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U.S. Government Contracts

 

Guardian Modular has partnered with Total Quality Systems out of Roy, Utah to offer our products to the U.S Government via U.S. Government Contracts.  Total Quality Systems has over 20 years experience and expertise in providing an innovative process with an emphasis on product improvement.

Total Quality Systems is a Veteran-owned and operated small business recognized nationally by the 2011 Small Business Administration (SBA) Tibbetts award.

    Since 1994 Total Quality Systems has provided solutions that have saved their clients               hundreds of millions of dollars and projected over 1 billion dollars in saving by 2030.

    Our partnership with Total Quality Systems allows us together to offer the U.S. Government       all of our products, and a value added service fulfilling multiple aspects of a projects                   requirements including project management and much more.                         

    Together Guardian Modular and Total Quality Systems have the experience, knowledge and      ability to offer our products and services to the DoD, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S.                  Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. Coast Guard and other U.S.Government entities.

    Together we can fully service all of the requirements and specifications of any size             project for Modular In-plant Offices, Security Guard Buildings, Portable Offices, Prefab           Mezzanines, Warehouse Divider Walls, Floor to Ceiling Partition Walls, Equipment                 Enclosures, Noise Suppression Enclosures, Environmental Rooms, Clean Rooms, Modular Exterior Utility Buildings and many other prefabricated modular enclosures and applications.

 

Contact us for more information and a Guardian Modular representative will be happy to assist you.  

 

Find additional information about Total Quality Systems products and services on their website, www.tqsinc.com

 

Noise Suppression Enclosure and IFDIS Used Successfully by U.S. Navy in Engineering Investigation of F/A-18.

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