When agencies in the Western United States set up a large Incident Command Post many fire organizations haul in trailers of one type or another, but this video shows how the Parks and Wildlife Service in Western Australia gets it done.
Wondered what goes on behind the scenes at a #bushfire? Watch as our mobile incident control centre is set up to respond to a major #fire. Fully equipped with satellite comms and offices, this centre is where the incident controller leads the fire response. @dfes_wa pic.twitter.com/vpfrLgOrSJ
— Parks and Wildlife (@WAParksWildlife) December 31, 2018
I imagine the units are quite a bit less expensive to procure than rolling stock, and it looks like they could be set up rather quickly on flat ground. If the units have to be leveled, I suppose you could raise them with the fork lift and slip concrete blocks and/or layers of 2″ x 12″ boards under them.