BOXX Modular continues to grow as it opens a new branch in Ottawa in addition to its existing branches in other markets. According to Trevor Haynes, the chairman, president and chief executive officer of BOXX the company is aim at providing services to markets that are high in demand for ongoing public infrastructure and construction development.
Although construction site offices are the most common among customers, Boxx Modular also rents, leases and sells temporary and permanent modular buildings, including mobile offices, office complex, classrooms, lavatories, medical centers, banks, blast-resistant buildings and storage containers to customers from government, education, hydro-electric and manufacturing sectors including the construction industry.
BOXX Modular is also found in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Toronto and Stoney Creek as well as Ottawa.
Hynes went on to explain that when BOXX Modular moves into a new market, majority of the modular buildings are newly constructed. Furthermore, “given the closeness the company’s two Ontario branches, we are able to optimize asset distribution within the province and also have access to existing buildings to include in the new market.”
In the Canadian modular building sector, BOXX Modular is one of the four leading suppliers. The company also has smaller regional sections.
BOXX Modular is also established in the US with branches in Dallas, Houston and AUSTIN, Texas, Oklahoma City, Okla., Tallahassee, Fla. and California.
In the modular industry, BOXX boasts to be one of the best in terms of quality. The company builds a relationship with clients and buyers and goes a long way to invest in the communities hey operate in.