SCIF Modular Units
Don’t confuse modular construction with a temporary trailer. Our custom, commercial relocatable modular buildings meet and exceed IBC, NFPA, NEC, JAFAN 6/9, ICPG, ICD 705, DoD and other levels of construction that are required. Modular construction is simply manufacturing and assembling the major components of a building in a controlled factory environment. The biggest benefit of a modular unit is that it can be quickly constructed on-site without any limitations on size. Each modular facility is custom-designed and engineered to your specific requirements and has passed third-party STC 50 testing inspection.
Speed of construction, through simultaneously preparing the project site and constructing the building’s modules offsite in a factory, yields a 30 to 50 percent time savings over conventional construction methods. We can design a secure facility, an office, or a classroom. Just send us your unique requirements. Once the contract has been executed and the final design is approved, lead time is 90–150 days until immediate delivery, setup, and completion.
For Government Customers
For our government customers, modular SCIF or SAPF units are relocatable or permanent solutions for providing a secure facility built to JAFAN 6/9 and ICD 705 standards. SCIF or SAPF modular units are a custom design-build, turnkey solution to your specific requirements. You provide us with the size and specifications, and we do the rest. We can offer full customization from a 200 sq. ft. unit that can be placed inside a hangar to a 50,000 sq. ft. multi-level permanent facility.
SCIF Global Technologies will also assist with the Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC) and TEMPEST addendum, which is required for accreditation for all Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs) or for Special Access Program Facilities (SAPF). We will provide supporting documentation to complete all the forms and plans listed in the Technical Specifications for Construction and Management of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities necessary for accreditation.