Palomar Modular Buildings Announces Multi-use Dining Facility for Oilfield Housing Camps

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Oilfield housing companies have been asking for more flexibility with dining facility designs. Palomar Modular Buildings with their latest layouts have found a way to encompass recreational areas, workout areas, laundries, and mud room/locker rooms in their designs.

Palomar Modular Buildings,, a Texas based direct manufacturer of custom commercial modular buildings has announced the development of a multi-use dining facility for remote oilfield housing camps. The series of designs will allow food service companies and property management groups to provide man camps with an all in one building that provides an industrial kitchen, dining area, snack bar, recreational canteen, workout area, laundry, and mud rooms with individual lockers.

Palomar president John Martin said these buildings will serve the fast growing camps in Colorado and Wyoming with a much more efficient and economical answer to the expanding comfort needs of the growing oil field workforce.

Martin, said "The company’s studies have shown that providing a building with these varied amenities assures a camp site will have a positive impact on worker well being during downtime."

For more information about modular construction contact Palomar Modular Buildings, LLC toll free at866-312-4032or 469-727-0727. Email requests to the following address: info(at)palomarmodular(dot)com

About Palomar Modular Buildings, LLC
Palomar ( is a leading manufacturer of custom commercial modular buildings focused on the oil field housing, government, education and health care industries. The Palomar team has built several million square feet of custom portable buildings and modular building space across the country. Palomar’s mission is to deliver quality facilities on schedule and within budget while providing customers a high level of building expertise and doing so in a manner that achieves customer satisfaction.


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