Though modular construction only consists of less than 3 percent of all new construction in the U.S., it is slowly gaining popularity. And with good reason. For commercial business like offices and factories, modular construction is an economical, green solution.
Sustainable construction is a big reason why modular construction has become so popular in recent years. Because modular construction is sustainable and reuses materials when it is redesigned, construction waste is reduced. This reduction is attractive to those businesses who wish to reduce their environmental impact. As a result, they will often choose to retrofit their existing buildings with modular solutions.
A Variety of Applications
Another benefit of modular construction is that it is very flexible and can be used for a wide range of applications. For example, modular buildings can be used for any application from grow rooms to modular offices. With such flexibility, you can easily find the right product for your needs. Our professional, experienced engineers and consultants are always available to discuss construction options with you.
Reduced Construction Times
Businesses cannot afford to lose valuable work time because an area has been closed off, a downside to traditional construction. That is also where modular construction stands out from the competition. Not only is it cleaner than traditional construction, it can often be built in less than a day. With reduced construction time, workplaces can resume their normal activities sooner.
Reduce Construction & Workplace Injuries
Unlike traditional construction, modular construction can help reduce workplace and construction injuries and illnesses. Unlike traditional construction, all of the components of a modular project are created offsite and shipped to the construction site. Thus, a cleaner environment is created. As such, workers aren’t exposed to dangerous environments nor have the chance inhale construction dust, which can linger long after traditional construction has ended.