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MODULAR DESIGN

Gone are the days when modular buildings were ‘a bunch of stacked boxes.’ With today’s techniques it’s hard to tell the difference between modular and conventional site-built projects.

WHERE STANDARDIZATION AND CUSTOMIZATION MEET

Modular design combines the advantages of off-site standardization while allowing for complete project customization.

Facing location, timing or budgetary challenges?
Modular is the right solution.

Modular construction is not only highly efficient, it dramatically increases quality control. Building in a controlled, dry environment protects materials from moisture, allows more effective inventory control and material recycling.

ADVANTAGES

Smarter
Smarter

Scheduling, planning and controlling a more efficient building process leads to greater cost efficiencies and innovative solutions to challenges.

Faster
Faster

When building modular, off-site construction happens at the same time as site work, so a project can be completed in up to half the time.

Greener
Greener

Building off-site allows for less waste, greater recycling and less site disturbance. Choosing LEED and Passive House technologies increases energy-efficiency.

Easier
Easier

From sub-zero climates to remote off the grid locations, modular projects can be built almost anywhere.

THINK MODULAR

The key to a successful project is deciding to go modular early on. This gets the team aligned around modular methodology and process.

Sustainable design meets cutting edge technology.

Not only can modular meet or exceed the same building codes and standards as site-built projects (equivalent to ISO 9001:2008), it significantly reduces waste and site impact. We can also build to LEED and Passive House standards for cutting edge energy efficiency and sustainability.

Volumetric Visionaries

Take a look at some of our most innovative modular building projects.

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