REDwire Provincial Partitions guard house reflects clients’ commitment to quality

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The new guard house at Honda’s plant in Alliston, Ont., features a spacious, air-conditioned interior, a private washroom and a custom roof.

Vanbots Construction Corporation turned to Provincial Partitions when its client, Honda, required a guard house that reflected its commitment to quality. Vanbots knew that a custom solution from Provincial Partitions would meet Honda’s needs. 

The solution

The new guard house at Honda’s state-of-the-art plant in Alliston, Ont., features a spacious, air-conditioned interior, a private washroom and a custom roof that was craned into position onsite. 

Guard houses from Provincial Partitions are the ideal choice for a growing number of clients because they are functional and space efficient. They offer years of economic, trouble-free operation, and come complete with windows, a full electrical package, hinged or sliding door and exterior grade roof. Additional options include work counters, HVAC, overhangs or canopies. Provincial Partitions’ booths arrive finished and can usually be operational the same day.

Whether standard or custom, Provincial Partitions’ guard houses and kiosks are built to meet the customer’s specific requirements for space, cost, weight, appearance, maintenance and security. Another bonus: using prefabricated structures can reduce construction time by as much as 40 per cent.

A leading manufacturer

Flexibility and convenience make Provincial Partitions solutions the ideal space management choice. In addition to guard houses and kiosks, the Mississauga, Ont.-based manufacturer offers standard and custom in-plant offices, mezzanines, office and wire partitions, school portables, smoke shelters, cleanrooms, storage buildings and more. 

For details about the company’s unique solutions-oriented approach to modular structures, fill out an online RFQ form or contact Provincial Partitions directly at


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