Temporary Modulars and How They're Transported

Temporary Modulars and How They're Transported

Temporary Modulars and How They're Transported


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Innovative Modular Solutions offers temporary modular building solutions throughout all of our sectors; education, healthcare, commercial and government. Temporary buildings have the ability to be moved and relocated to multiple locations as the need arises. These buildings, although normally used for short term projects, are built to the same standards and longevity as permanent buildings.


Temporary buildings can be quickly relocated to serve the needs of construction, education and emergency response industries. School districts utilize our temporary classrooms during district wide renovations due to the ease of mobilizing them between campuses as their permanent facilities are completed.

Transportation and installation of a temporary building

Prepping your new site location

Once we have determined where the temporary building will be located, we work with local subcontractors to prepare the site.

We level and grade the area where the new building will be housed. We install temporary footings for the building to sit on, either ABS pads or concrete piers, depending on how long the building will be in place and what the local building department requires.

Electrical is run to the modular site, as well as sewer and water lines if the building has plumbing.

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Transportation of the temporary building

We work with a transportation company to bring your temporary building to the site. The building consists of modules which are constructed on steel frames with running gear.  The modules are typically 12’-14’ wide and up to 76’ long, shipping approximately 14’ high when on tires and axles.


Installation of temporary building

Building modules are set on the foundation, blocked about 3’ above grade and anchored.  The crawl space is enclosed with siding material.  ADA compliant decks, steps and ramps are installed to access the exterior doors.  A main distribution panel is provided and connected to the sub-panels to power the building.  If the building has plumbing, the fixtures are manifolded in the crawl space and connected to city sewer and water.  Gutters and downspouts are installed for roof drainage.    The building comes equipped with rough-ins for the customer to install any low voltage systems such as phone, data, security and fire alarm systems. 



You can take a look at our available building list to get started on the installation of your temporary modular building or give us a call for more information!

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