Innovative Modular Solutions Blog
Charter Schools Receive Federal grants to Help with Growing School Districts
There are a lot of misnomers out there in regards to modular construction and modular buildings. We have listed the top 5 that we come across on a regular basis and how they can be the best and most cost efficient solution for your project!
For clients that no longer have a need for their portable buildings, and would like to recapture a portion of their investment, IMS can assist in remarketing efforts and may even repurchase the modular building.
A refurbed or used modular building does not mean it will arrive to your organization in the same state as it left the previous lease. At IMS, we have a team on staff who can restore the buildings to a “like new” state before they are delivered to the new site. Here’s a look into where our refurbed buildings come from, and what they go through before…
It's no secret that the speed and efficiency of modular can be a great fit for growing charter schools. Here's a look at four Tennessee charter schools that used modular to create more classroom and administrative space on a short timeline.
If you’re a public school in Michigan, you are probably aware of the new ICC 500 storm shelter requirement. With this new requirement came a 6-month waiver period which may not allow enough time to build a new school, but it does allow enough time for a school to get the classroom space it needs through modular.
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.
In booming areas, it can be hard to keep up with the building space needed to accommodate growing schools and businesses. Both temporary and permanent modular buildings can be the answer to providing space quickly and efficiently.
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.