Off-site construction. Prefabricated construction. Modular construction.
Whatever you call it, don’t let the name fool you. These are not the manufactured homes you are used to hearing about but represent a building technique trend that has been adopted by several construction industry leaders as an alternative to traditional on-site construction methods.
There are several advantages to this technique. The indoor controlled manufacturing environment and material staging allow for a higher level of precision and less waste during the manufacturing process. The value of prefabricated construction lies in its ability to streamline the construction process and produce buildings in a fraction of the time compared to conventional construction.
Some use cases for Modern products include Portable Classrooms, Classroom Complexes, Permanent or Temporary Campuses, Classroom Expansions, Gymnasiums, Cafeterias, Libraries, Restroom Facilities, Lobbies, Science & Computer Labs...Learn More
Job Site Offices, Sales Offices, Stackable Offices, Storage Trailers, Co-Location Multi-Plex OfficesLearn More
Parks & Recreation Facilities, Post Offices, Transportation, Public Safety Facilities, Military Camps, National Park Facilities, Public Health Service Buildings...Learn More
Hospitals, Clinics, Dentist Offices, Training Centers, Rehabilitation Centers, Physical Therapy Facilities...Learn More
Sales Offices, Coffee Shops, Dispensaries, Boutiques, Gift Shops, Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores, Inventory Overflow Space...Learn More
Off-site construction utilizes a more efficient timeline compared to traditional construction. A parallel production schedule is used to reduce approximately 60-90% of the building construction activity from the site location. On average...Learn More
Modular construction allows for fewer disturbances on-site and an increase in overall safety for the employees working on the project. This is a great advantage for schools, hospitals, or other active businesses that need to reduce on-site activity...Learn More
There is virtually no limit to what one can build at an off-site construction facility. Modules can be built to match the exterior of existing buildings and built to withstand the same environmental constraints equal to traditional site-built...Learn More
Off-site construction uses the same materials and designs to the same codes and standards as traditional construction. In addition, prefabricated buildings are built stronger than most conventional constructed structures because each...Learn More
Prefabricated buildings can serve as a temporary or permanent space. If you need a portable building, a temporary factory built building can later be taken apart, transported, and reassembled at a different location. This can prove to be a...Learn More
Factory built buildings have a more favorable depreciation schedule which can lead to tax savings. While traditional building costs are generally amortized over 35 years, factory built buildings can be on an accelerated depreciation schedule...Learn More
The accumulating benefits of off-site construction ultimately result in more money back in your pocket. Less time on-site means the cost of paying for prevailing wages and the tax-payer burden is minimized. Building in a controlled...Learn More