Portable Athletic Equipment Rooms
BMarko Structures, based in Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in fabricating economical, highly functional custom shipping containers for nationwide clients seeking cost-effective solutions to their office and storage needs.
Our products make ideal athletic equipment storage sheds for all different kinds of sports teams. Need a place to store your Little League team’s bats and gloves? Perhaps your football team needs a place to store shoulder pads, uniforms, and practice equipment? Choose a modular unit for your athletic equipment storage building needs.
In recent years, modular construction has emerged as a popular alternative to conventional building techniques. Modular buildings are capable of providing durable quality at an attractive price.
No matter your budget and design requirements, we will work with you to develop a custom sports equipment storage shed that meets your specifications. Want to see what they look like first-hand? Click here to visit our gallery!
Complete Turnkey Building Solutions
Unlike other modular builders, BMarko will be your partner throughout both the design and the construction processes. During every step of the project’s development — from the initial drafting of your athletic equipment room to the final certifications — you’ll benefit from our experience and expertise.
Here’s how the process typically unfolds:
- We’ll meet with you to discuss your requirements. We’ll discuss a number of different topics pertinent to your particular project — including size, budget, and timeline — to make sure we cover every detail. Taking all these factors into consideration, we’ll draft an initial design and a comprehensive quote outlining all costs involved.
- Once you have approved the plans, we source the raw materials that go into each modular component. To save you money, we use shipping containers to form the shell of each athletic equipment storage building. Shipping containers come in various sizes — generally, 20 to 40 feet long and 8 feet in width — and can be connected together if required, giving us considerable design flexibility. In addition, we’ll determine whether a new, used, or retired shipping container would best fit your needs. Each condition level carries with it a set of cost and design advantages. We’ll help you decide what would best work for your project.
- Our team begins the process of turning each shell into a self-contained modular unit. We can add windows, doors, insulation, shelving, and other features based on your requests. Individual units can be wired or equipped with heating and air conditioning appliances. Our modular units offer the same range of interior design possibilities as a conventionally built structure. Chances are, we’ll be able to match exactly what you’d be looking for from a traditional unit. To learn more about the full range of possibilities, contact one of our representatives.
- The completed modular unit is delivered to your work site. Because most of the work has been done off-site already, the installation process is faster and less expensive than any conventional build. Often, all that we need to do is set the foundation and secure the unit to it. You’ll have saved a great deal of money in labor and material costs.
Once your new athletic equipment shed has been installed, we’ll arrange for any necessary municipal inspections or certifications required in your area. From start to finish, the modular build process is one of the fastest ways to add an outbuilding or extension to your property.
Why Build Modular?
Modular architecture creates the ideal base for any sports equipment storage shed, concession stand or other addition to a field, arena or ice rink. Prefabricated materials are affordable and readily available. We work with multiple suppliers to find the right size and condition for your project.
Materials are also available at several different price points to meet your budgetary requirements. While newer units will require less work to get into shape, even an older structure can be fixed up without a huge expense or hassle.
In addition, choosing a modular unit is an eco-friendly option that keeps perfectly usable steel out of landfills and encourages the creative re-purpose and re-use of existing building elements. It also discourages the manufacture of many toxic materials present in new construction, helping preserve our environment.