“The building is designed and built to support the Marine Corps Supporting Arms Virtual Trainer (SAVT) Program"
Fallbrook, CA (PRWEB) February 9, 2010
Universal Modular Building Solutions, Inc. announced the delivery of a 1600 square foot After Action Review facility to 29 Palms, California, marking an important step in implementing cost-efficient training facilities to the United States Marine Corps' largest base.
“The building is designed and built to support the Marine Corps Supporting Arms Virtual Trainer (SAVT) Program,” said Rick Bartolotti, President and CEO of Universal Modular Buildings, Inc. “This building is the first of three to be delivered. The next two will be delivered to MCB Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.”
The addition of this type of training facility will provide increased savings to the US Marine Corps through cost efficient and effective training. Construction of these buildings is very rapid at modern production facilies staffed by a skilled labor force, advancing our troops’ access to necessary training facilities.
About Universal Modular Buildings
Universal Modular Building Solutions, Inc is a California-based modular building construction company with over 30 years of experience in creating safe, reliable and cost-efficient building solutions within the Commercial, Education, Military, Correctional and Healthcare markets. Universal Modular works closely with government contractors, government project managers, technical reps, contracting officers and end users to develop a large range of modular buildings and prefabricated building solutions.
For more information about Universal Modular's projects, please go to http://www.umodular.com/
Universal Modular Building Solutions, Inc.
1713 Tecalote Drive
Fallbrook, California 92028
Mobile: (610) 952-1714
Office: (760) 645-3226