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HOUSTON, May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hunter is the #1 global industry leader in the design and manufacture of blast-resistant buildings, and a proud member of the American Fuels & Petrochemical Manufacturers, Economic Alliance Houston Port Region and many other great associations.

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HUNTER REVOLUTIONIZES HOW THE WORLD VIEWS SAFE, IMPACTFUL BUILDING STRUCTURES.

Since its earliest days, Hunter has established a strong global brand identity. Our award-winning products have earned a reputation for quality and excellence that few can rival. Our corporate mission and positioning, as well as our brand platform, reflect that heritage.

Hunter's strength is not born from steel – but from stories that reinforce our core mission. There's a world you are fiercely protecting – a campus or an embassy; a refinery or a hospital. It's about safeguarding those lives and resources, so that we can all thrive beyond the trauma. Together, we make better sense, better safety and a better impact.

Hunter is supporters of many programs campaigning for youths to become excited about Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics. (STEM)

This year, Hunter began their Youth Program. Every Year, Hunter is planning to invite some of the top students in local schools to their facilities to see how engineering, science and manufacturing all come together.

Since 1999, Hunter has specialized in engineering, designing and constructing, blast-resistant modular buildings, FEBR buildings, storm shelters, and offshore quarters. Their buildings make use of the latest technologies and use on average 30% more steel. Having executed thousands of complex projects in a variety of challenging environments, including war zones, conflict areas, deserts, offshore rigs and the frigid north, Hunter understands that lives depend upon reliable products and on-time delivery. To this end, they have developed an extensive global network to provide intelligent, efficient and effective turnkey services worldwide. Whether you are working on an offshore project in the Gulf Coast or a production facility in North Africa, Hunter can supply custom designed temporary or permanent modular buildings to meet your needs and detailed specifications. These buildings can be leased or purchased.

All orders include:

  • Custom Design
  • Full Service Installation
  • Thermostatically Controlled HVAC
  • Low Leakage "Safe Haven" Dampers
  • Phone & Internet Connectivity
  • Class I Division 2 Electrical
  • Extended Warranties

Hunter leads in innovation, capacity and safety, meeting International Building Codes:

  • Blast Tested
  • Ballistics Resistant
  • U.S. Department of State Certified FEBR
  • API (American Petroleum Institute) RP 752 / 753 Compliant
  • Certified for a Blast Rating of 8 psi
  • API RP 752 Compliant

Hunter invites you to measure their worth by how they value yours.

If you are attending Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) next week, please stop by Hunter's booth #8725.  Hunter will also be at the REGION VI VPPPA
Little Rock, AR

Hunter is located at 14935 Jacinto Port Boulevard, Houston, TX 77015, and they can be reached at + 1 281-452-9800.  http://www.hunterbuildings.com/.

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