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.”
LA football fans were dancing in the streets when the LA Rams announced their return to Southern California 22 years after they left the city for St. Louis. While fans celebrated, the Rams organization had a mountain of work to do. They contacted ModSpace to build an NFL-caliber modular training facility in Thousand Oaks, CA.
Timing was extremely tight. ModSpace had just four months to take the project from concept to completion. The finished project includes 54,000 square feet of administrative and training space, plus two official-size football fields. It was delivered on time, as promised. Watch this short video and see where the Rams get ready to take on the best of the NFL.
Modular construction employs simultaneous in-factory fabrication and site preparation to cut build schedules by up to 50%. Watch this time-lapse video of a project by the ModSpace Franchise and Retail Team to see the process side-by-side.
Floorless modular construction offers several benefits for both builders and owners. These benefits include cost savings, flexibility, minimal site disruption, monolithic slab foundations and structural steel. See the installation process in this short time-lapse video of a floorless modular classroom at the Jesse Kaplan School in West Nyack, NY.
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Modular buildings can be used and reused for almost any temporary or permanent need, from administrative offices to hospitality suites to remote medical facilities. Small modular facilities can be operational in days, while larger modular structures are commonly ready in a few weeks, and for less than building new. Watch this brief video to learn why businesses choose used modular buildings to add space quickly.