Oklahoma State Department of Health purchased 9 of these Mobile Exam 36FW Trailers with the goal
of bringing a full-spectrum medical clinic that can be readily available anywhere throughout their state.
Oklahoma City County Health Department is now equipped with 2 Mobile Medical Sprinters. They will be
using this Sprinter Van as a way to get immunization and vaccinations out to their community efficiently.
We recently completed two custom Mobile Command Centers for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Both units are
our Command 42-8WS model. The Command 42-8WS is a 42-foot length trailer with 8 workstations on the inside.
A Command-3WS Ford Sprinter Van was recently received by
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. This unit will
serve as a controlled mobile space to authenticate, analyze,
and report digital evidence.
Heather Wilson, the Secretary of the Airforce, visited Offutt AFB after
recent flooding and toured their Mobile Emergency Operations Center
that was manufactured by us.
(U.S. Air Force photos by Charles Haymond & Tech. Sgt. Rachelle Blake)
Cattaraugus County Emergency Services Director Chris Baker (right) shows County
Legislators Barbara Hastings and Frank Higgins the interior of the department’s new
Mobile Command Post. It will vastly improve emergency communications capabilities.
(Photos/Article by: Rick Miller/Olean Times Herald)
Westmoreland County PA Department of Public Safety purchased this Command 39-5WS Slideout to replace a retired Motorized command center
We designed and manufactured a Mobile 29-6 Console Recruitment
Trailer for the West Virignia National Guard. This trailer will help
assist with their recruitment efforts.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection department is now equipped with a new Mobile Command and Processing Center (MCaP). This 42-foot trailer will be used for emergency situations and mission capabilties.
The New York Police Department NYPD drop shipped
us a Freightliner Sprinter cargo van to be upfitted as a
Technical Assistance Response Unit (TARU). We installed
all necessary surveillance and technical equipment needed
for on-scene investigations, which include computer forensics
and tactical support.
The Pennsylvania National Guard Civil
Support Team used our factory facility
for a disaster training exercise on
September 11th. Our factory is located in
Mt. Pleasant, PA, 45 miles south east
The Full Mission Bridge Trainer was a
collaborative effort between the U.S. Navy,
Northrup Grumman, SwiftShips and Mobile
Concepts. We repurposed and fabricated 2
empty shipping containers into 1 large
classroom featuring the bridge of a
Navy vessel with simulated navigation
and operational training.
US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) delivered three
53 foot trailers with tractors to our facility for upfitting as
a Mobile Processing Center. This project included integration
of government furnished equipment and intensive fabrication work.