We’re one of the largest commercial modular construction companies in North America and we’re changing the way companies approach construction.
Our quality control comes from building in a factory environment, which minimizes risk in a number of ways. Centralized labour reduces dependence on unreliable or unavailable trades and ensures consistency, leading to a better quality product. Plus there’s less site impact, reduced waste, fewer concerns about site security and no delays due to weather.
Our process allows us to minimize uncertainty through detailed up-front planning. Our goal is to have a project with little to no change orders so timelines are more easily controlled. If there are changes, timelines and budgets are often not affected. This results in an exceptionally well-built, high-quality product that’s ready when you are.
Off-site modular construction eliminates many of the issues often found with traditional on-site builds, resulting in several benefits including compressed timelines and freedom from managing subtrades. With less management required, modular projects can be completed up to 50 percent faster than on-site construction. This means you can move on to the next project quicker and, in turn, complete more projects each year.
Modular doesn’t mean cookie-cutter. You’ll enjoy the same freedom in design that you’re used to with traditional construction. The modular process can be adapted to most types of projects, providing tremendous building benefits. Our in-house drawing capability means we can easily partner with your team to help bring your design to life.
We’re here to complement you, not compete with you. We’re open to partnering with you in various contract forms, whether as prime contractor or in a subcontractor role. If your internal design or labour resources are maxed out, we’ll help you break though that bottleneck, allowing you to take on – and complete – more projects.
Our designers use a holistic approach to every project. We look at the total picture before hammers ever hit nails to ensure every detail has been planned out in advance, resulting in far less material waste. Building in a factory setting allows us keep on-site disruption to a minimum, so the surrounding area stays safe and intact.
Trinity Western University needed to expand student housing, but timing was tight. With just 9 months from contract signing to students moving in, Trinity turned to Metric Modular to ensure the timeline would be met.