From private offices to locker rooms, modular in-plant buildings are a fast, affordable way to add space. Watch this short video to learn all the ways modular can be used to add productive space inside large facilities.
Unified Fire Services Area (UFSA) needed a new fire house for three full-time employees in Eagle Mountain, Utah. The building had to fit in a 24’ x 60’ area and it had to be ready in just 120 days. UFSA quickly realized modular construction was the best choice to complete the job on time.
ModSpace went to work on designing and building two 12’ x 60’ modular units that incorporated all of UFSA’s requirements; three bedrooms, two restrooms, a kitchen, a lounge and a space for a washer and dryer. They were delivered, installed and the building was ready for occupancy in less than 120 days.
“ModSpace was very easy to work with in getting changes and details into the plans,” said Cynthia Mathews, Regional Director of United Fire Services Area. “I was happy to have someone local to talk and meet with on the project.”
Keeping workers cool and comfortable commonly means keeping them productive as well. As temperatures rise during the summer months, air conditioners work around the clock to maintain lower temps. But that comes at a cost. Whether you’re in an office trailer, or any other building, a few simple steps can keep inside temps and corresponding electric bills low. Here are 7 tips to help you keep your office trailer cool this summer.
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We all know that modular buildings are a great way to add temporary office space quickly. That’s why the Department of Defense recently chose ModSpace and the ModSpace HQ™ for a highly customized and flexible temporary building at an undisclosed location.
This ModSpace HQ™ observation tower allows high-ranking DOD officials to observe the construction of a multi-billion dollar government project. The durable and energy efficient modular units were modified to meet the DOD’s strict specifications. The stadium-grade tower will be used for the next two to five years. It features floor-to-ceiling windows, custom decking and security improvements.