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The California-based company is focusing exclusively on manufacturing modular walls for COVID-19 containment rooms
April 02, 2020

Vista, Calif. (April 2, 2020) – A maker of McCain Walls, McCain Manufacturing is now utilizing 100 percent of its manufacturing capabilities to quickly build and distribute COVID-19 containment spaces across the United States. The walls, which can be made with an antimicrobial coating, are being manufactured around the clock at the company’s headquarters in Vista, California.

“We are committing all our available manufacturing resources to help tackle one of the world’s most immediate needs, which is containment,” says Jeffrey L. McCain, founder of the company. “Helping those on the front lines — like health care providers and first responders serving at our nation's many ports of entry — in their efforts to contain this dangerous virus is our priority.”

The dust-free walls can be created within minutes, installed within hours, and are easy to disinfect without jeopardizing the integrity of the surface. In fact, it takes two installers just 30 minutes to build an 8-foot-wide by 16-foot-long containment room.

The company’s past work includes wall systems for healthcare facilities such as the VA San Diego Healthcare System, University of California San Diego Healthcare, and Johns Hopkins Medicine, airports like San Diego International and Los Angeles International, and several corporate offices nationwide.

For more information about the modular walls, which are composed of more than 90 percent recyclable metals, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit containment walls

Vista, California-based McCain Manufacturing specializes in modular wall systems and modular accessory dwelling units.

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