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California Highway Patrol partners with Design Space to Build Housing in the Desert

In a very remote area of California’s vast desert plains lies a long stretch of a busy highway.  And in the midst of the endless dirt flats, there’s a small community of homes where three California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers reside with their families.  Design Space was selected to rebuild this community.

Interstate 15 connects California to Nevada border and moves 45,000 vehicles each way (Source: Nevada Highway Patrol).  These travelers often require emergency roadside support, or for some risk-taking fast drivers, requires law enforcement to keep them under safe speed.  Although these areas are miles away from major towns, there are dedicated Highway Patrol officers protecting and serving the thousands of civilians driving through.

These desert heroes require local residence to limit daily commute and maximize their time in the areas they serve.  Design Space partnered with California High Patrol to rebuild their aged mobile home trailers they call home.

Design Space was tasked to replace these old mobiles with (3) new 24’x60’ HUD manufactured homes built to the latest codes and compliant with all current fire and safety regulations.  To accomplish this, there had to be new landing, driveway, sidewalk, and a new 10,000 gallon fire water tank equipped with a separately housed commercial pump to protect all three new structures and its resident family members.

With the goal for the project requiring quick turnaround and short displacement for its residents, Design Space was put to the challenge and got it done fast once again.  Using prefab buildings customized to CHP design, each resident was displaced for 30~45 days max during entire construction period.

State of California wanted it fast and safe, and once again Design Space delivered for these law enforcement heroes!

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Design Space Selected Once Again to Build Custom Shelters by Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti to Fight Homelessness – Venice Beach, CA

In continuing efforts by the Mayor of of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti to fight homeless problems, Venice California became the new site to build a temporary home to local homeless population.

The initiative, called “A Bridge Home” project, demands a quick turnaround from its partners capable of building safe and functional facilities while meeting its legal and environmental standards.


Mayor Garcetti and his team selected Design Space once again to build the state of the art facility that features multiple modular trailers at its Venice site.

In a short period of time, deliveries of custom complex structures provided housing, hygiene, and counseling all within one site. Through this program, support for mental health, employment, addiction, housing placement, and wellness resources were given to all its 154 occupants to help them get them back on their feet.

Design Space creates solution for anyone needing custom space in an aggressive time line, whether small or large.

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Design Space & Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Team Up To Create Permanent Homeless Shelters

Several dozen homeless people chosen by outreach workers will enter a cluster of new trailers close to downtown’s historic El Pueblo this month, the primary step toward getting them into permanent housing.

For mayor Eric Garcetti and Design Space Modular Buildings, the move-ins also mark a first step of more housing units to come.

Design Space supplied Los Angeles city with three trailers for housing 30 men and 15 women, as well as two alternative trailers that will supply showers, bathrooms, laundry, office space and consultation services.

This is not the first time Design Space has answered the bell when it comes to homeless shelters. We have previously supplied trailers to Los Angeles on other occasions, Boise, San Francisco, and Orange County.

Garcetti’s shelter program comes amid growing national attention to the tents and sordidness on LA’s sidewalks, alleys and expressway underpasses. With the shelters, the city is looking for relief for homeless individuals.

These trailers are not standard shelters. We’re creating spaces designed to be as safe and comfortable as possible for the homeless population.

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Design Space’s Buildings Spotted All Across New Williston Basin International Airport Site

Williston, North Dakota, the epicenter of the Bakken shale boom, has experienced exponential growth over the last decade. Technological advances in oil and natural gas extraction industries, including horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, have contributed immensely in the quest of energy independence for our country. “Boomtown, US” was in desperate need of a new airport to support increased air traffic. Those of us flying in and out of Williston can attest to that!


In conjunction with the FAA, the City of Williston and State of North Dakota began construction of a new $240 million airport to meet the regions burgeoning needs. The Williston Basin International Airport (XWA) will replace the current Sloulin Field International Airport (ISN) later this year. XWA was the first brand new airport started in the country since 9/11.

Design Space was among the first contractors to mobilize equipment on this site in October 2017. Alongside the surveyors, earthmovers, and infrastructure companies, we delivered modular office space for the airport engineer, general contractor, city officials, inspectors, security personnel, and other contractors on site. This included a 48×60 office, 36×60 office, two 12×56 offices, two 8×10 guard shacks, storage containers, handicap ramps and auxiliary utility services.


As the new airport nears completion, Design Space is pleased to have assisted with this project, which remains “On Time and On Budget.”

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Boise Idaho Daycare Enlists Design Space to Quickly Deliver 4 Classroom Modular Building

Design Space supplied a 48′ x 72′ modular daycare building to a local daycare in Boise, Idaho. This large modular building has 4 separate classrooms along with multi-use restrooms and a single interior corridor.

This was an efficient way to quickly expand their childcare facility, all while maintaining the flexibility to relocate or expand further to accommodate ever-changing needs.

Like all of our modular classrooms, our modular daycare building meets and exceeds all codes. Design Space manufactures all of our buildings in the US to avoid lengthy and costly transportation costs to help keep our client’s projects On Time and On Budget.
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With an Immediate Need for Restrooms, JCSD Called on Design Space and They Delivered!

The Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD) was in need of Men’s and Women’s public restroom facilities for use at the Riverwalk residential area in Eastvale, CA.  The previous restrooms were destroyed by fire and vandalism.  JCSD needed an immediate replacement and a supplier they could count on.  They reached out to Design Space Modular Buildings.  Design Space provided new restroom facilities installed and ready for use in just over 60 days.

Design Space’s past projects with JCSD include the Harada Neighborhood Community Center and Community Concession and Restroom trailers at Riverwalk Park in Eastvale, CA.

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In Only Five Months, Design Space Delivers 3600 Sq Ft of Custom Office Space to ICCU


Idaho Central is the premier credit union in Idaho and offers 33 full-service locations throughout the Treasure Valley, Magic Valley, Eastern Idaho, and North Idaho. They continue to look for expansion opportunities in order to meet the needs of their members. While growth is vital to success, ICCU remains focused on their mission, Helping Members Achieve Financial Success, by providing exceptional service and diverse products to their membership.

Design Space Modular Buildings recently helped by providing 3,600 square feet of custom modular office space at the headquarters in Chubbuck Idaho.  With the help of their prime contractor and Design Space, Idaho Central is adding administrative space to the main campus, as well as landscaping, fountains, and a basketball court.  The modular space will be used to house online financial staff and construction services.  This building at some point may be relocated to other locations as they continue to grow.

Total project was five months from start to finish.  Custom finishes included Kraus Searchlight carpet tile and base, Armstrong Dune Second Look ceiling tiles, and Kawneer Full Lite store front doors with electric strike and panic hardware.

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Modular Shelters for the Homeless

Design Space has contracted with several cities over recent years as part of their efforts to support the homeless in their respective communities. Boise, Santa Clara, Fresno, and now Los Angeles are among the cities Design Space has served, with interest in the approach continuing to grow. Above is a recent news clip illustrating one of these programs. As mentioned in the report, Design Space is planning to participate with additional buildings at other locations. The buildings serve as dorms, offices, restroom & showers, and kitchen facilities. The various cities primary requirements include a facility delivered quickly, for a somewhat temporary duration, safe and code compliant, and also have the flexibility to be relocated from site to site where property is available and the need is the greatest. All attributes they can get with modular buildings and office trailers from Design Space Modular Buildings.
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Turnkey Modular Construction

Design Space Modular Buildings is in the midst of another turn-key modular construction project. This project is Phase 4 in the development of the master plan for Crean Lutheran High School in Irvine, CA. Project entails developing 1.5 acres of the NE portion of the campus. The total of the building footprints are 22,500 square feet. There is a 4,500 square foot pre-engineered metal building that will house the schools new fitness center. The balance of the building are primary dedicated to performing and visual arts. Design Space is the general contractor on the project. Construction is progressing smoothly with an expected completion date of April 2018.
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