Designed by Contractors, Built for Construction Sites!
The UMC way
Flexible solutions for any location
Supporting our local communities has been at the core of UMC’s values from the start. That's why we developed a custom line of manufactured products that inspires you, our clients, and community partners to create a positive impact on the move.
Designed for your budget
Custom branding available
Built to last
Options for any location
Plug, place, and hydrate!
Portable Bottle Filling Station
Quench your thirst in any environment with your own portable hydration station. Have the convenience of a chilled water supply system for any occasion that also aids in eliminating site waste.
No water? No problem.
Discover the simplicity of easy-to-use machines. With 18 models to choose from, all stations are ideal for handwashing needs in semi-remote locations. Budget-conscious, water with no required supply connections and a wide variety of accessories to choose from? Win-win-win!
Portable and plumbed.
Ditch the cramped buckets and opt for a spacious shak instead! Sani-shaks are the perfect solution for those needing temporary restrooms for on-site projects. Complete with a porcelain toilet and a handwashing sink, these shaks are perfect for nearly any construction site location!
Two at a time!
Dual Sink - Warm Water
Experience the luxury of warm, pressurized wash stations. Whether desired or required, these back-to-back sinks dispense warm water at your disposal and are designed to stand up to the harshest environments.
Accessibility for all.
ADA Handwashing Units
Long-lasting and accessible to all. Our stand-alone dual ADA Handwashing units are designed to be deployed for a minimum of a week with absolutely no servicing. Built to last!
UMC is partnering with the Washington State Family Child Care Association to provide handwashing stations to help meet the needs of child care providers for cleaner and safer environments.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce published an article featuring UMC's mobile handwashing stations that were developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for increased capacity of functional handwashing stations.
Q13 Fox covered the ribbon-cutting ceremony launching New Hope Resource Center (New Hope)'s mobile resources providing basic needs to the homeless in Pierce County.
The Tacoma News Tribune featured UMC's custom mobile hygiene stations.
KIRO7 TV News was back at UMC to talk about how our portable handwashing stations are getting our employees back to work.
The One-Stop Sink - Published in PHCPros