Pittsburgh-based L.B. Foster Co. reports that its subsidiary, CXT Inc., has been awarded a new five-year agreement with the U.S. Forest Service and a
Pittsburgh-based L.B. Foster Co. reports that its subsidiary, CXT Inc., has been awarded a new five-year agreement with the U.S. Forest Service and a five-year extension of a previous U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) agreement to supply its CXT Concrete Buildings nationally. These contracts allow various federal government agencies to purchase the modular buildings under favorable terms.
Notes CXT National Sales Manager Gary Burger, Our concrete restrooms are fabricated with high strength precast concrete to meet all local building codes and textured to match local architectural details. All of our buildings are designed to meet A.D.A. requirements and to withstand snow, wind and zone-4 seismic loads. The all-concrete construction also makes the buildings easy to maintain and withstand vandalism.
The Company’s various restrooms, showers and concession buildings are available in multiple designs, textures and colors and delivered complete and ready-to-use, including plumbing and electrical where applicable. With over 10,000 installations nationwide, we believe that we are the leader in prefabricated concrete restrooms.
These agreements make it easy for federal government agencies to purchase our precast concrete buildings. In turn, we can process and expedite their orders very efficiently, adds CXT Vice President David Steiger. We view the federal government as a key customer of our go-to-market strategy to aggressively grow our business in the future.
Beyond work with federal agencies, CXT holds numerous contracts that allow various state and local agencies to purchase modular structures directly as well. The producer fabricates the buildings at Spokane, Wash., and Hillsboro, Texas, plants. In addition to the modular units, CXT Inc. is a key player in prestressed concrete railroad ties, operating plants in Grand Island, Neb., and Tucson, Ariz.