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Why Build modular?

Why Choose Modular?

Modular buildings are everywhere. The global construction landscape is changing fast and modular buildings are becoming increasingly popular with developers, contractors and architects on projects all around the world.

Modular buildings are revolutionising the way we build. They save you significant time on site, are more economically friendly when compare to traditional construction, save you money, offer greater flexibility and much more.

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The benefits of modular buildings

The benefits of modular buildings

Modular buildings have some real advantages over conventional construction techniques, in terms of:

  • ✓ Cost
  • ✓ Build time
  • ✓ Carbon footprint
  • ✓ Quality and consistency
  • ✓ Flexibility
  • ✓ Running costs

Build costs

Modular buildings are significantly cheaper to create than conventional structures – a new modular building can be up to 35% cheaper.

This is because the modular building process is:

  • ✓ Faster
  • ✓ Less labour intensive
  • ✓ Not impacted by bad weather
  • ✓ Conducted off-site
  • ✓ More efficient – using fewer materials and creating less waste

This creates cost savings throughout the process in terms of:

Labour, Fuel & transport, Delays and site disruption, Waste and Material costs.

In many cases, modular buildings can also be reused, repurposed and relocated.
By choosing to purchase a used modular building, it’s possible to make savings of around 50% on the cost of building a traditional structure from scratch using conventional methods.

Where can modular buildings be used?

Think of modular buildings, and the first thing that probably comes to mind is portable classrooms and temporary welfare buildings. In reality, it goes far beyond that.

Modular buildings are extremely versatile – they can be used instead of conventional methods on a huge range of different projects. Today, modular buildings are commonly used for the construction of temporary, long term and permanent buildings across a huge range of different sectors, including:

  • ✓ Education
  • ✓ Healthcare
  • ✓ Housing
  • ✓ Public sector
  • ✓ Apartment blocks, offices and mixed-use buildings
  • ✓ Hotels
  • ✓ Industrial facilities
  • ✓ Commercial and marketing buildings

Simply put, it can be used in place of traditional construction or alongside conventional construction methods in pretty much any project, across a full range of industries, and in a full range of environments.

Where can modular buildings be used?

Case Studies

When looking for a new building whether it be purchasing or hiring your need confidence that company can deliver.

Our case studies demonstrate the diversity of projects we have undertake, the quality of our building and importantly the customer care we provide.

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