Whether it’s a prefabricated aluminum guard booth or booth for multiple uses, installing the prefabricated aluminum booth is simple and easy. Because the aluminum construction is light in weight, all you would need is a forklift onsite to offload the booth from the flatbed truck. When installing the guard booth, the best thing to do is to offload the unit of the truck and then place it on wood blocks so it can be easily moved. Once you’ve forklifted the booth to the final installation site, you would place the unit on the concrete on top of the blocks to ensure that any conduits or stub-ups through the floor of the booth in the concrete are correct. Once everything is ready to go, then go ahead and pick up the unit again with the forklift, remove the blocks and place it directly on the concrete and level the booth. Shim as necessary to make sure all the doors operate properly. Once it’s down on the concrete, anchor the booth through our anchor clips with a wedge anchor directly into the concrete. The size of the concrete slab and size of the anchor clip should be decided by a local engineer familiar with local site requirements. After this is done, then go ahead and connect your electric to our load center panel and you are up and running.