Winston-Salem State University needed additional office and classroom space to temporarily house the school’s staff and students until the Anderson Center renovations were complete. The University needed to find a solution fast before displacing hundreds of students. They turned to a leading supplier of mobile space solutions, Williams Scotsman. The company’s reputation for quick time-to-occupancy, knowledgeable sales team, and flexible options made them an easy choice for Winston-Salem.
The Williams Scotsman Solution:
Within two weeks of the order date, Williams Scotsman delivered an 11,400 sq. ft. complete Redi-Spaceä Solution to the campus and in less than one month, Winston-Salem students and staff occupied the building. Williams Scotsman’s knowledgeable sales team recommended Redi-Space to the University’s architect as a quick and affordable option when temporary space is needed. The solution consisted of a ten-piece Redi-Plex building outfitted with 950 linear feet of Redi-Walls, five modular classrooms, and a toilet trailer, making it the first Redi-Spaceä complex installed in the state of North Carolina. The Redi-Plex building and Redi-Walls created 49 offices for university staff. The exterior was finished with seven aluminum ramps.
Williams Scotsman delivered a great product and timely installation to the Winston-Salem State University without exceeding the school’s budget… not to mention that this was the first and only building project that has been completed on time for the University! The temporary classrooms and
offices were well received by both staff and students. David Hall, project manager of Facilities Planning and Engineering for the University stated, “Williams Scotsman provided us with the solution we were looking for within budget and met our deadline for installation, allowing us to operate our entire Education Department without delays. All comments from our staff concerning relocation and their new working space have been positive.”