Mobile Classroom, Container House, Containerized Storm Shelters, Mobile Showers, Modular Classrooms
Welcome to IDS
IDS manufactures & deploys temporary mobile shelters, emergency housing and personnel support solutions to assist government, not-for-profit, and private entities before, during, and after natural and man-made disasters.
IDS also custom manufactures mobile containerized solutions including school classrooms, jail facilities, restrooms, and more. For a full list of the units IDS has available click here.
Kuparuk Alaska, 2012 - Housing For ConocoPhillips
In May of 2012 IDS assisted in the installation of supplementary housing modules that IDS manufactured for Williams Scotsman in 2011. These units will be providing housing for ConocoPhillips and Udelhoven Oilfield Support Services Capital Projects on the North Slope of Alaska. These containerzied mobile units were installed in a single day and can house up to 42 workers in any conditions.
Galbraith Alaska, 2011 - Arctic Grade Remote Camp Facility
In May of 2011 IDS Contracted with Alaska Interstate Construction (AIC) to build and permit a 12,000 square foot, 76-Bed remote camp facility to be placed at Galbraith Alaska on the Dalton Highway more than 350 miles North of Fairbanks Alaska and above the Arctic Circle. IDS completed the build and installed the camp on location fully permitted in 90 days. The modular design and construction coupled with the efficient transportation and installation process demonstated the power of our product.
Gulf Coast, 2008
After Hurricane Gustav and Hurricane Ike hit the Gulf Coast, IDS was on-site in Louisiana and Texas assisting with recovery efforts. IDS mobile Barracks modules, Continuity of Operations Housing modules, mobile Shower modules, Laundry modules, and Command Center units were deployed to several locations. IDS crews provided full services and support to hospital officials and restoration crews during the first critical weeks following the storms. More on location images...
Kotzebue, Alaska October 2009 (Container House)
Follow our schools from our plant in Macon, Georgia to their future home in the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean.