Mobile Command Centers
Command Center Trucks and Trailers, Mobile Offices
A Chevy Work Van was transformed into a mobile office to work on the scene. It is equipped to run off batteries or if you plan to stay longer it has a generator backup.
When an emergency occurs, or you just want to work on the road, a command center or custom trailer can give you the ultimate advantage. GGT's custom command centers are equipped with advanced features to help your team respond and perform at their highest ability. We custom build each unit to fit your needs whether it be for monitoring gases, setting up a command center for police or fire, or just setting up a remote location for your office, we can handle it.
Design your mobile command center with multiple workstations, awnings or slide-outs to maxumize your work area. Our service bays offer custom cabinetry, metal fabrication and full custom interiors. Our units can be self-containing with optional restrooms, showers and sleeping quarters, allowing your team members to remain on the scene of a disaster or emergency for an extended time.
Be sure to check out more examples of our command centers on our photo gallery.
Chevron Mobile Command Center
This unit was used for mobility and use of an office on the road. Installed a central office with a flat screen TV for presentations, a server rack to network the computers that were installed and a satellite to communicate with the base operations.
Gaston County Police Center
This unit was built for a mobile command center for the Gaston County Police Station. This is used in emergency situations where the unit needs to respond quickly and have a way to monitor other units. Equipped with custom cabinetry, monitors, server rack, and fully networked.
Mecklenburg County Police
This trailer was built for the police department to be able to set up a command center where ever needed in emergencies. This trailer was modifed to fit for multiple work stations and facilities to work on the scene. It is also fully networked for multiple computers.