Engineering Your Protection
Designed and engineered with high performance composites and the latest permanent modular construction methodology, the UWPS is changing the way people look at modular. Customizable based on threat assessment requirements and aesthetic needs, our wall design can look and perform to your specifications.
THE UNIFIED WALL PANEL SYSTEM CAN BE USED IN A VARIETY OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, INCLUDING TRADITIONAL STICK BUILD, RETROFIT AND PERMENT MODULAR OR PANELIZED BUILDS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT OUR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, ALLAN MANGOLD AT:
(760) 468-3241 or AMangold@PTGus.com
Has met AT/FP requirements per UFC 4-010-01 and is commercially available.
Has met UL Level 8 ballistic protection with the use of our ThreatStop panel (up to 7.62mm NATO).
Provides protection from high wind, seismic and fire.
Simplified and faster off-site construction means on-site installation can be accomplished without skilled labor or heavy equipment which equates to cost savings.
Components of the UWPS are recyclable, have high yields meaning little to no waste, and are non-toxic to produce and use.
The UWPS has a very long service life (50+ years) and is easy to maintain or replace.
The UWPS can be used in traditional new-build, retrofit and modular (panelized) build projects. It has been proven to be a successful alternative to traditionally framed walls (see page 2 of our UWPS flyer below and the bottom of this page for a construction video for a successful example that garnered a first place award by Modular Building Institute)
The UWPS is an aesthetically pleasing solution for both the interior and exterior as both can be sheathed in a wide variety of materials to meet client's desire. (see examples of exterior cladding below)
A modular build at Murray Middle School at NAWS China Lake in Ridgecrest, California using the UWPS saved our client $3M in labor costs alone. Murray was awarded First Place for Permanent Modular Education by Modular Building Institute. That same year, it survived 6.4 and 7.1 earthquakes with no damage. The school was used as a shelter in place for refugees/first responders and the home base for World Kitchen Organization who fed both.