Container builder SG Blocks Inc. is collaborating with developer Tavistock to build a unique entertainment venue at Lake Nona, a 17-square-mile community here that is one of the fastest growing in the US
McKinney, TX - SG Blocks, a leading developer of modular, steel-framed building units, recently showcased one of their 40’ repurposed shipping containers at this year’s Five Star Real Estate Conference in Dallas, Texas.
Under the terms of the agreement, SG Blocks - a New York-based designer and fabricator of container-based structures - will use Grimshaw as its premier design partner across its current projects and pipeline of future opportunities. In return, Grimshaw will incorporate SG Blocks’ container-based structures into its industrial design portfolio.
Talk about innovation. SG Blocks takes large steel shipping containers and turns them into apartments, hotels, restaurants, houses and stores — at a fraction of the costs it takes to build such structures.
SG Blocks, a designer, innovator and fabricator of container-based structures, is collaborating on an innovative new school in Los Angeles for HOLA at 625 S. Lafayette Park Pl. Paul Galvin, Chairman and CEO of the company, shared how the team came together and is assembling what will be Los Angeles’ largest container-based community school in Connect Media’s latest 3 CRE Q&A.
Real estate company Gold Key Group has partnered with shipping container company SG Blocks to propose a mixed-use development that could bring affordable housing to the northeast section of the Bronx, reports amNY.
Brooklyn, NY SG Blocks, Inc. has been selected by Elle Woodworking, an architectural design and fabrication group of commercial and residential projects, to design and construct a container-based seasonal cocktail bar.
Paul Galvin is a designer, innovator and fabricator of container-based structures, and he has hit upon an idea for using container technology as an affordable housing solution. To find out how the idea is progressing, read our exclusive interview.
In the spring, SG Blocks Inc. (Nasdaq: SGBX) got its building material, recycled steel shipping containers, approved and entered into international building code, said Paul Galvin, CEO of SG Blocks. Then in the summer, the company had an initial public offering and became listed on Nasdaq.