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Floors are constructed on a jig to ensure the floor system is square and joists are properly spaced.
Roof sections are built on jigs using engineered trusses designed for the specific snow and wind requirements.
Modules are built together to ensure easy set up on the jobsite and that all interior walls line up consistently.
Modules are separated at the end of the production process and prepared for shipment to the jobsite.
Once completed, the units are wrapped with a protective covering to ensure they are dry and in good order when they arrive on the jobsite.
Units are staged at the production facility until they are transported to the jobsite just in time for set-up.
Cranes lift the modules into place on the foundation where they are secured in accordance with the engineered prints.
What Is Modular Construction?
Unlike manufactured homes that are built to HUD Code, modular structures are built to the same building codes and requirements as other forms of construction, such as IBC or IRC. Modules are built in a controlled environment by expert craftsmen using high quality materials. Modules are inspected multiple times by independent inspectors at the building facility and approved before they are transported to the job site. Once they arrive, modules are assembled on site into a complete building according to the local and state code requirements. A qualified general contractor then finishes the building and turns over a completed project.
- Buying power and efficiency can lead to lower costs
- Earlier completion means lower general conditions and less interest on construction loans
- Engineering and design work included in the modular scope reduces architect fees
- Faster occupancy generates revenues sooner
- Less than three percent scrap means less material going to landfills
- Tighter construction means improved energy efficiency and better indoor air quality
- Minimal job site disruption
- Building in a climate-controlled environment reduces potential moisture issues
- The use of tables and jigs for walls, ceilings, and floor systems guarantee consistency
- Multiple inspections throughout the process ensure a quality product
- A more predictable schedule due to off-site construction
- Reduced potential for theft at the job site
- Guaranteed price and fewer change orders
- The chance of injuries on the job site is greatly reduced