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CPS designers and engineers work with customers to create the solution that matches their specific needs.

Canadian Portable Structures (CPS) builds quality accommodations for customers across Canada. Solutions can add extra space to an existing structure or be totally free-standing. They can be a short-term solution to space problems or made as permanent as any conventional structure.

The company offers flexible solutions to suit the needs of many industrial companies — from in-plant offices, guard houses and high-tech buildings, to storage units, mezzanines, protective barriers, relocatable offices and more.

CPS designers and engineers work with customers to create the solution that matches their specific needs — a solution that is often less expensive than traditional construction because it is built in a controlled facility.

“Our product line has been developed with your needs in mind,” the company says. “We can guarantee a first-class product, delivered on-time.”

In fact, CPS offers a wide variety of new, refurbished and used buildings in stock for immediate delivery. These often become available at the end of a lease or rental agreement, or when customers wish to exchange existing office units for larger or smaller offices as their needs change. Typical buildings available from stock are small CPS portable plug-in plant offices in the following sizes: eight feet by eight feet; eight feet by 10 feet; 10 feet by 12 feet; or 12 feet by 20 feet. The company also often has relocatable offices and classrooms in sizes from 24 feet by 32 feet or larger.

CPS offers both buying and leasing options, and is confident it has — or can design and manufacture — the solution needed to meet its customers’ needs.

To learn more, contact Canadian Portable Structures.

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