Where Xtreme Innovation Meets Xtreme Versatility
Xtreme Cube™ custom-built modular structures meet the same code requirements as traditional buildings, yet they offer unlimited applications and mobilizations that conventional buildings, trailers, portable shelters and containers, used for similar purposes, simply cannot match.
Portable, durable and entirely customizable, Xtreme Cube™ structures are multi-story capable and available in lengths up to 60 ft. All Cube configurations start from a structural steel space frame that can be customized to exact requirements, including walls, doors, windows, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, data, décor and furnishings, and are delivered turnkey with plug and play utility connections.
Xtreme Cubes are easy to transport and reconfigure, which means that a single Cube structure can be utilized for various projects in different locations, multiple times. All Xtreme Cubes have a versatile corner design for easy pick-up, connections and anchoring on-site. They also feature integrated forklift pockets for ease of movement, without requiring specialized equipment.
- Welded structural steel frame enhances overall strength, increases options for customization and supports multiple mobilizations.
- Cube lengths and widths are available in increments of 8 ft., 10 ft., and 12 ft. The standard cube height is 10 ft., but an optional 12 ft. is also available.
- Modular wall panels can be customized with a variety of doors, windows, outlets, and other options.
- Each cube is engineered to withstand the specific environmental requirements of the location.
- Premium components are utilized inside and out for durability and long life.
- Utility connections are preconfigured for a convenient and simple ‘plug and play’ installation.
- Fast installation. When delivered, Xtreme Cubes can be set in position and typically are ready to use in one to two days.
It all starts with a space frame
Thinking Inside the BoxAll Xtreme Cubes begin as a structural steel space frame, available in 8 ft., 10 ft., and 12 ft. widths and lengths. The standard Xtreme Cube height is 10 ft., but an optional 12 ft. is also available. The heavy-duty welded steel space frame provides the entire structural integrity for the building, offering complete flexibility with the choice of wall, floor and ceiling panels – they can even be left open or built with glass walls. All Xtreme Cubes have a versatile corner design for easy crane pick up, connections and anchoring on-site. They also feature integrated forklift pockets for stability while moving and transporting. The welded steel structure and high quality components used in Xtreme Cubes permit an unlimited number of mobilizations and a long usable life.
“Off-the-Shelf Concepts” for all your business requirementsFast-track the design process by selecting a pre-designed Xtreme Cube from the options below. Planned by the design experts at Xtreme Cube, these scalable configurations deliver practical turnkey office, data, storage or restroom facilities with a minimal lead time.
Meet The Team
Xtreme Cube Specialists
Brandon joined Xtreme Manufacturing in 2008 as Vice President of the Xtreme Cube division. He was promoted in 2015 to President for Xtreme’s manufacturing operations in Nevada and California, and in 2018 was promoted to CEO of the Xtreme Cubes Corporation. Brandon has a strong background in Mechanical Engineering, and is a licensed Professional Engineer (Mechanical) in the State of Nevada. Prior to Xtreme, Brandon operated his own engineering consultancy. He is also a commercial pilot.
Ernst WiegandDesign Manager
Ernst is a 25 year design veteran who started his career in tool and air handler design engineering. He then moved into specialty structures as GM of Dratter Electric Motors and designing projects for Las Vegas’ Wynn resort. Ernst joined the Xtreme Cube team in 2015 as Project Manager overseeing team production and operations. He attended the University of VA Polytechnic School of Architecture, Monterey Peninsula College and ITT Technical Institute.
Kelly HaeffeleProject Manager
Kelly joined Xtreme Manufacturing in 2012 as Assistant Project Manager working within the Xtreme Cube division. Kelly manages and facilitates the Xtreme Cube customer process from proposal to onsite delivery of Cubes. She excels at building rapport and helping customers to develop their ideas into a comprehensive final product that meets their exact needs. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from University of Nevada, Reno.
Patrick FisherFabrication Manager
A native of Batesville, Indiana, Patrick brings 33 years of fabrication, machining, equipment coating and assembly of machinery experience to the team. He started with Xtreme Manufacturing’s Cube Division in 2006 as a Production Manager. Patrick’s responsibility is to oversee all aspects of Cube fabrication, including production, coatings of all individual Cube parts and final Cube assembly.
Austyn has been a member of Xtreme Manufacturing in the Cube division since 2013. As a Cube Designer he creates the structural designs for the prints that are used to build the actual Cube structures. Austyn learned computer assisted drawing (CAD) in high school and has become an experienced drafter since joining the team, working on such projects as the Cube Cabin and Pawn Plaza.
Andrew RiondaLead Drafter
Andrew started in 2010 working with Ahern Construction and moved to Xtreme Cube in 2011 as the Lead Design Drafter. Andrew manages and designs projects from conception to completion ensuring they meet customers’ design intent, while maintaining Xtreme Cube Department standards for accuracy and quality. Andrew took architecture classes in high school and immediately began working for Tippetts Mechanical as a Draftsman in 2009.
Daniel Popescu Drafter
Daniel has been a drafter with the Xtreme Manufacturing Cube Division since 2016. He creates realistic presentation drawings for customers including architectural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing renderings. Daniel has an architectural background in high-end custom residential homes and light commercial projects, using various software to create computer generated architectural models.