Innovative Modular Solutions Blog
Modular design and construction in the commercial market has become a revolutionary solution with benefits of lower cost, sustainability and faster construction times. As modular becomes popular and a cost efficient resolution to strict financial obligations and a need for smaller carbon footprints; stunning new concepts and designs are popping up all…
The actions taken following a disaster are critical. When it comes to needing space for schools, healthcare facilities, and businesses during recovery efforts, modular can be the answer to get the space quickly and efficiently.
When you see a modular building out in the wild, you usually see steps, decks, or ramps leading to the door. So what is the difference in a standard modular building set and setting the building at grade level? And like many clients ask, what is the best option to fit within a budget?
Should you lease or purchase a modular building? It all depends on the situation, so let's take a look at the top three benefits of leasing a temporary building:
Innovative Modular Solutions is excited to announce that a 30’x50’ Diagnostic and Imaging Building (MRI) has officially been added to our portfolio of modular space solutions on our GSA Schedule. In September of 2013, a 15’x57’ Diagnostic and Imaging building (MRI) was added to the IMS GSA schedule. Check out the original announcement of the modular…
Modular buildings can provide temporary and permanent space for a wide range of uses, but what if a client needs the building(s) to join an existing structure or campus? The answer is the connecting corridor.
What are UFC Codes? The Department of Defense (DOD) developed the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) program to streamline all technical criteria and standards that apply to planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of facilities at Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DOD Field Activities. Prior to this, each branch had…
Modular construction offers the ability to reduce and reuse, creating an inherently greener construction process. We’ve covered reuse, now let’s take a look at how the construction process can help “reduce.”
In the wake of disaster, rapid response is critical.