WHO WE ARE
In the mid-1990s, American Petroleum Institute (API) published API RP 752, “Management of Hazards Associated With Location of Process Plant Buildings.” At that time, the traditional method to design a blast-resistant building was with steel-reinforced concrete, which was permanent and constructed onsite.
In 1999, Hallwood Modular’s predecessor company pioneered, designed, engineered, tested, and introduced the modular steel blast-resistant building concept that is commonly used today not only in the U.S. but also throughout the world.
Hallwood acquired MBI Leasing in 2011 and has made tremendous investments to expand HMB capabilities, making it a one-stop-shop solutions provider to its customers looking to protect people and sensitive equipment.
Peace of Mind that Saves you Money!
Turnaround Planners and Managers have attempted to drive efficiencies through operating workforces off-site, which are later proven to be less efficient, riskier for personnel, and caused costly delays in the project.
Let us share how we can provide safety and peace of mind while helping bring your project in under budget.