Harnett County Emergency Services is Mission Ready

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Harnett County Emergency Services in North Carolina recently accepted delivery of their new 42-foot Mobile Command Post. First responders are now ready to fulfill their mission to protect the citizens and environment of Harnett County from the effects of disasters and emergencies through a unified and comprehensive emergency management program of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery by local, State, and Federal partners, private industry, and volunteer organizations.

Zach Shean, Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator, states…

Harnett County researched the different options of what would fit our needs best in regards to budget, capabilities of a command post and longevity of the product. With all of that we felt that the 5th wheel option would be the best avenue due to our past experience with “Bus” style command posts. The unit we went with from Mobile Concepts allowed for 2 slide outs for a larger accommodating command area, multiple work stations throughout the two other functional areas of the vehicle and the biggest factor was the ability to sit down with Mobile Concepts staff and layout all of our desires and intentions and see where things could be integrated to meet our needs. This vehicle will meet our needs in numerous ways mainly from a response and support avenue for many years to come.

To learn more about the features of this Mobile Command post please visit our product page or call us at 724-542-7640.

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NAVFAC Receives Two Mobile Offices

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The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) in Everett, WA is now equipped
with two Mobile Office trailers designed and manufactured by Mobile Concepts. 
The mission of NAVFAC is to:
  • Plan, build, and maintain sustainable facilities.
  • Deliver environmental, utilities, and other base services.
  • Acquire and manage expeditionary combat force systems and equipment.
 
Mobile Office-22 highlights include:
  • Compact, durable exterior gel-coat construction
  • High efficiency split air conditioning/heating system.
  • Ample interior space with LED interior lighting.

 

Click here for more specifications.

 

 

 

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The City of Ottawa is Now Prepared to Teach Fire Safety

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This 35-foot Original SCOTTY Fire Safety House built in our Home Décor (HD) exterior which included white vinyl siding, a mansard roof line, and black shutters was delivered to the City of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada and features real life smoke simulation and bleacher style seating for 15-20 students.

Fire Safety House highlights included:
  • Bilingual (English & French) interior labels and signs
  • Bedroom with two escape routes including a sliding window with escape ladder and smoking outlet
  • Heated door with electronic temperature display and audible alarm
  • Hand held wireless controllers to activate the smoke machine, CO alarm, and smoke detector

 

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NAVAIR Receives Mobile Electronic Warfare Laboratory

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The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) recently picked up their Mobile Electronic Warfare Laboratory (MEWL) at our facility. Built on a 2017 Mercedes Benz Sprinter 3500 4×4, this top-of-the line unit will be utilized as a fully functional radio frequency laboratory for field and range testing.

NAVAIR has military and civilian personnel stationed at eight locations across the continental United States and one site overseas. Their mission is to provide full life-cycle support of naval aviation aircraft, weapons, and systems operated by Sailors and Marines. To ensure mission-readiness, we provided in-depth standard operational training on the MEWL-4WS.

For more information and specifications click here.

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Help Students Get a Mobile Tech Lab

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Make a difference in a child’s life simply by voting! We are proud to announce that our local school district in Mount Pleasant has made it as one of the top 15 finalists in the Dream Big Teacher Challenge sponsored by Farmers Insurance Thank America’s Teachers initiative. This nationwide contest awards up to five $100,000 educational grants for those teachers who dream of making an even bigger impact. Mount Pleasant’s proposed Mobile Technology Incubator would feature two areas- a “think tank” area for brainstorming ideas and a “technology” area with a 3D printer, laser engraver, vinyl cutter, CNC router, and educational space for students to work on laptops. Voting runs now through October 30, 2017. Join us in voting and help make the Mobile Technology Incubator dream become a reality. To vote for Mount Pleasant please go to: https://www.farmers.com/thank-americas-teachers/vote-for-a-teacher/vote-100k-proposal/#

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