CoverSix is a division of RedGuard, the industry leader in providing protective structures to the oil and gas industry, which is known around the world for its blast-resistant buildings. The company has made a name for itself creating a worldwide network of products and services serving the oil and gas industry, both onshore and offshore.

The CoverSix division is dedicated to working with government, military, and security customers. CoverSix provides its customers with a wide variety of structures for protection and security. Capabilities range from hardened structures designed to be blast-resistant, ballistic-resistant, and forced-entry resistant to custom-outfitted ISO containers to be used as portable storage facilities and mobile command centers. CoverSix has delivered challenging projects globally for agencies such as the Department of Defense, the U.S. State Department, the Department of Energy, and others.


RedGuard, LLC has been in business since 1998, supplying modular and relocatable structures. The company’s expertise is in the engineering, design, manufacture, sale, and lease of these buildings. The largest portion of RedGuard’s business comes from blast-resistant modular buildings and other hardened prefabricated structures.  RedGuard is headquartered in Wichita, Kansas with over 100,000 ft2 of manufacturing space and operates facilities in eight other locations including Canada. The RedGuard family includes several divisions such as SafetySuite, CoverSix Shelters, and SiteBox Storage. 

RedGuard is the largest provider of lease ready blast-resistant modular buildings within the petrochemical industry. Also targeting the petrochemical market, its SafetySuite brand are customizable buildings engineered and manufactured to meet site specifications. These facilities have been manufactured to include control rooms, tool cribs, kitchens, bathrooms, offices, laboratories, data centers, and locker rooms just to name a few. Customized SafetySuites have been delivered to sites throughout the world and have been manufactured to create modular complexes which have exceeded 12,000 ft2.