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A.L. Gilbert Scale Office

Feed milling company, A.L. Gilbert needed to expand and add additional space for their scale house office building. A.L. Gilbert frequently looks to mobile offices as an attractive solution to accommodate their expansions because of the reduced construction schedule, the ability to reconfigure and relocate them for future needs, and the option for customization. As a longtime and loyal customer, they turned to Pacific Mobile to provide them with a 24X60 office building paired with a full turnkey furniture package.

Working directly with their sales representative afforded them a seamless process to view their office renderings in real time and pick out a furniture package that fit their needs. They were able to get a feel for what the layout would look like and really visualize themselves in the space.

Other notable details of this project include transaction windows which allow quick access to communicate with the scale office staff, premium non-slip linoleum, and a customized break room area. Each feature was custom designed to fit the specific needs of the customer, adding to the upgrades and customized features of this mobile office.

Mobile offices offer A.L. Gilbert the opportunity to have something built offsite that doesn’t disturb day-to-day operations, while empowering them with the option and ability to put offices in the locations that make the most sense for functionality and convenience.

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