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Black Owned Construction Company Is Disrupting The Building Industry

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A Black owned company is disrupting the construction industry. They are building residential and commercial structures out of shipping containers. Much like Legos we played with as kids, Mobu Enterprises uses containers to build everything from single family homes to commercial high rises and does so in less than 30 days, not months. These homes and commercial buildings are made to withstand winds up to 150 mph, and also are fire and waterproof, creating a safe haven for your next project. Mobu Enterprises does it all while actually reducing environmental waste, with a completely green approach that helps communities reduce their carbon footprint. Best of all, they do it much cheaper than traditional construction. Mobu Enterprises is a force changing the way construction is done. The company understands the future of construction will shift to their methods, and for this, they are ahead of the curve. 

Shipping containers carry goods from overseas to the US and upon arrival, they sit. Containers sit, get stacked, and literally waste away because there is no other use for them. It’s wasteful, to say the least. Mobu Enterprises uses those containers to frame the buildings they construct. Traditional construction takes months and is far more expensive because it utilizes wood framing. Not only is the process more expensive and drawn out, wood framing is harmful to the environment: it requires us to cut down more trees. Imagine getting a structure that is greener, safer, and dramatically cheaper, in less than 30 days– you’d be imagining the work of Mobu Enterprises. For less than the cost of renting an apartment, this Black owned company can build the home of your dreams, in less than 30 days.

A 3500 square foot home in Atlanta would take 4 to 6 months to build and cost up to half a million dollars, if built with traditional construction methods. That same home, built by Mobu Enterprises, would take less than 30 days and can cost as little as $200,000. Not only are their projects greener, safer, and cheaper, the company is also determined to make an even greater impact, by investing in people. Mobu Enterprises has a federally registered green construction apprenticeship program. Through the program, the company seeks to create more jobs for our most underserved populations, ex-offenders and veterans. Graduates of the program are fully prepared to take the exam that qualifies them to become general contractors within 2 years and will become partners as subcontractors upon graduation.

Mobu Enterprises is a 100% Black owned company with a team that has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry. They are ready to work with clients worldwide to build whatever dream home or commercial space you desire: cheaper, greener, and much safer than what’s currently on the market. Generally, pricing ranges from $69 and up per square foot, compared to $150 and up a square foot with wood framed buildings. They also specialize in the highest quality roofing services, making them one of few Black owned companies to offer specialized services in green construction and roofing. 

Mobu Enterprises offers a solution that is much more environmentally friendly, faster, and ultimately, financially feasible. They are offering hope to ex-offenders and veterans along the way, also. It’s time to move on your dream, and with them remember the company’s motto, “The sky is not the limit.” Contact Mobu Enterprises today for your green construction and roofing needs. Please look out for their coloring book on why green construction helps the environment and “How to” book on how to build your own superior workforce through the use of apprenticeship programs, coming August 2020. 

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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