Innovative Modular Solutions Blog
As you may already know, modular construction is a process in which a building is constructed off-site, under controlled plant conditions, using the same materials and designing to the same codes and standards as conventionally built facilities – but in about half the time. The building is made up of modules that are constructed in a factory,…
New or used, leased or purchased, a modular building is a big investment for any organization. Both temporary and permanent modular buildings are built to withstand the test of time, but just like conventional construction, modular buildings also require periodic maintenance to protect your investment.
Many schools at the beginning of their research for portable classroom options worry about the ease of access their students will have to restrooms. Will they have to go to the main school building to use a restroom? Or is there even an affordable option to provide extra classroom space for their school that provides students with the same…
There are modular building companies, and then there are modular manufacturers. But how do they work together, or why should you even work with a modular dealer?
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:
Construction projects can be overwhelming. That's why we've put broke down the modular construction process into a timeline of 5 steps to help you plan for your modular building.
Teamwork makes the dream work, even in modular construction. Five key members make up a modular building project team during a design - build project. Here's a look at the team and what their responsibilities entail:
You’ve researched the options for your next project and maybe modular construction has come up. But what really is modular construction, and how can you know if it may be a better fit over traditional construction for your next project?
There is enough room for the building to delivered and installed and the site is level, now what? Here are 7 factors to think about as your plan for a temporary building.