Use EverBlock® To Build All Types of Modular Structures
Walls are created by connecting our panels to create in-situ offices and in-situ rooms with options to cables an add doors and roofing to suit.
Everpanels® are designed to be modular, so you can create a variety of temporary buildings and structures and change, expand, or disassemble them as required.
Panels can be stacked, staggered and turned to create all types of modular buildings. From temporary offices to housing facilities, and from meeting rooms to security posts, you can construct all types of customized structures to meet your specific needs.
You aren't limited to any particular configuration or design and can construct buildings that vary according to specific site needs.
- In-Plant Offices
- Modular Buildings
- Housing Units
- Guard Shacks
- Ticket Booths
- Equipment Enclosures
- Interior room dividers and pony walls
Create all types of modular structures, ready for simple insertion of replacement windows and doors.
Create in-plant offices that can be relocated or reconfigured at a later date. Add doors and windows as needed as well as lighting and other accessories.
Single-handedly create incredible modular buildings inside and outside, using EverBlock modular building blocks. Alternate colors to match corporate or factory themes and to build beautiful interlocking structures that are durable yet may be re-configured and moved.
Add doors of various types inside and outside your structures to create extra spaces and privacy within your structure, and when you get tired of a certain layout just move it and adjust it to your needs.
Create unique modular structures and modular buildings for decorative and real-world use
Modular offices at construction sites, drilling sites, and especially remote sites, are all possible with EverBlock, which ships compactly to the site. The above unit ships on 6 standard 40"x48"x72" pallets. Fit 3+ units in a standard 40ft ocean container and 4+ units in a standard 48ft or 53ft truck.
EverBlock is durable and you can even use them as supports for most RV's and modular homes, in place of cinder blocks. They are a great alternative to traditional plastic leveling blocks.