There are 3 reasons manufacturers choose modular building construction.
1. Cost overruns
2. Schedule delays that increase cap-ex costs and delayed cash flow from new production
3. Unexpected results upon completion
Building a new manufacturing facility and even upgrading an existing manufacturing facility comes with significant risks; and you already know these risks, but what can help mitigate them?
Consider the method of modular building construction for key stand-alone areas of your manufacturing facility.
• Locker Rooms
• Control Rooms
• Scale Houses
• Training Classrooms
• On-site Health Clinics
• Trucker Lounges
Did you know that modular building construction is up to 50% faster than conventional construction? Furthermore, it is safer, more cost-effective, and has better quality control.
1. Contain Cost Overruns
Modular buildings are constructed using proven assembly-line processes, making each phase of fabrication transparent for quality control inspection along with engineering, code, and design compliance verification.
2. Mitigate Or Eliminate Schedule Delays
Modular buildings are built in a factory that has a weather-controlled environment, causing building construction weather delays to evaporate. In addition, site preparation is performed independently of the building structure fabrication, so your structure can be built at the factory even while there exist unworkable site conditions for any period.
3. Get Exactly What Was Anticipated
Modular building assembly-line workers perform the same tasks daily, forming a foundation of continuity in their process and quality in their workmanship. Familiar tasks and a predictable work environment create comfort for modular building craftsmen, so they can perform their best work every day.
Those are the 3 reasons manufacturers choose modular building construction, but there are also many additional benefits of building with modular.
Manufacturers all over the country are taking advantage of building with modular because they understand the value of efficiency, speed, and consistency. They also like the ability to lease their modular building space, because it helps them continue to invest their financial resources in their people and products rather than capital building expenses.
Modular buildings continue to deliver unmatched space solutions in almost every industry because the construction methodology used to build them is cost-effective, and they provide unique flexibility for entities that use them. Modular buildings are leasable, relocatable, expandable, and built-in about half the time; so that is why modular buildings are preferred by manufacturing and so many other industries in the United States and around the globe.
Is your manufacturing business planning a new facility, renovation, or expansion? Consider how modular construction could benefit your company before moving forward with your next construction project, and request a quote today, or connect with one of our modular building experts.