Carlos Vila, Southeastern Atlantic Detachment

Carlos Vila, Southeastern Atlantic Detachment

In the wake of Hurricane Maria one thing that has been in short supply on the island is hotel rooms and temporary accommodation. With over 32,000 relief workers staying in Puerto Rico the hotel industry has been stretched to its limit. A shortfall in rooms coupled with rising prices brings new headaches to those seeking to expand business on the island with temporary or contract based employment, certainly the film production  industry. 

This shortage has not deterred the film industry and its machinations with five productions announced recently in El Nuevo Dia newspaper for the start of 2018.

CereProds is pleased to announce that we can now provide working accommodation built to specification and demand, completely bespoke and fully mobile. 

 U.S. Customs & Border Protection & FEMA personnel deliver food and water to isolated Puerto Rico

U.S. Customs & Border Protection & FEMA personnel deliver food and water to isolated Puerto Rico

The temporary buildings available are not limited to living quarters, but can be customized as dressing rooms, costume/make-up/props rooms, AD offices, essentially any operational building a film production might need. There is no limit to the size and scope of your build, let us know the specs and we will do the rest. 

If you need to house film production crew, or require working quarters for your next production in Puerto Rico contact us now.