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SG Blocks building hospitality prototype

SG Blocks, a designer and fabricator of container-based structures, is building a prototype for mobile hospitality units.

When fully completed, the total project revenue is estimated to be approximately $4 million

The total order, expected to be 45 proprietary production units, will be delivered to an initial location in Hudson Valley, New York.

The 55-acre area is currently under renovation and is poised to become a leading eco-resort in the region.


“This prototype marks the beginning of a new chapter in the hospitality industry, offering guests hotel suites that can be seasonally moved,” said Paul Galvin, chairman and CEO of SG Blocks. “We are excited to see the Developer’s vision come to reality.”

SG Blocks utilizes code-engineered cargo shipping containers to construct and provide safe, durable and environmentally-friendly modular structures. It was the first container-based construction company recognized by the International

Code Council with an ESR number. Clients have included Starbucks, Marriott, Taco Bell, Aman, Equinox and several branches of the U.S. military.

The new prototype will be delivered to Hurley in Hudson Valley, New York, where Arizona Investissements has acquired the Twin Lakes Resort and is transforming the property into a new eco resort. Added Galvin, “We are thrilled to partner with them on this cutting-edge venture that is expected to create a new niche in hospitality, offering guests hotel suites that can be seasonally moved to best accommodate customer needs.”

“We anticipate this to be the first in a series of SG Blocks orders for these unique modular mobile hospitality suites,” said Jordan Bem, Principal of Arizona Investments.

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