When construction began 15 forty-five foot long ISO shipping containers were positioned in the manufacturing facility and the cutting began. With the customers specifications in hand the shipping containers were cut to suit the needs for what now holds full height, access control turnstiles, x-ray machines, metal detectors, GE Entry Scan Puffers that detect explosives, and a ballistic (bullet proof) guard office. As with almost all MSSI shipping container modifications this unit was built to be climate controlled, fully insulated, electrically wired, and data ready.
Once construction at the manufacturing facility was complete the individual modules were pulled apart and covered with a protective wrap and tarps to maintain the modules as they were delivered to the site.
As the individual Modular Access Control (MAC) modules arrived onsite they were reassembled and integrated with the access control detection devises needed to secure the facility. Much like security checkpoints at major airports around the world, the completed shipping container, turnstile combination now operates as a high security entrance that was supplied to the site significantly cheaper than a traditional stick built structure.