Good things come in small packages and modular buildings are no exception. Small modular buildings can meet the needs of many residential, commercial, industrial and government applications and provide a fast solution when you need more space.

Modular buildings are extremely flexible, aesthetically pleasing, cost-effective, and offer “green” benefits. Single and multi-story designs, from under 1,000 sq. ft. to more than 20,000 sq. ft., can be designed to suit any conceivable purpose, with exterior finishes such as brick, stucco and other architectural surfaces. Small modules are exceptionally well-suited to:

  • Classroom Swing Space
    Simple to design and straightforward to install, small modular buildings are ideal for use as temporary classrooms when there is a sudden change in enrollment, displacement of students due to building renovation, or a natural disaster, as they allow teaching to continue uninterrupted without having to relocate. Small modules can be added to accommodate temporary or permanent science labs, libraries, media centers, gymnasiums and bookstores. They are also well-suited to corporations that need temporary employee training centers or call centers.
  • Portable Offices
    Get your business up and running and generate revenue without waiting for completion of or exhausting your budget on traditional construction. Modular offices are ideal for real estate sales offices, law offices, medical/dental labs, jobsite/ construction offices, security offices, or any other permanent or temporary office you can imagine. They can be designed and delivered 40% faster than conventional office space at significantly less cost.
  • In-Plant Offices
    If you have adequate roof height inside your warehouse, small modules can be installed for use as in-plant offices. They provide managers and staff with easy access to the manufacturing floor and improve productivity. Many plants also need safe and sterile cleanrooms where dust, airborne particles, and chemical vapors can be kept under control, and modular solutions are the perfect choice. They are also well-suited for machine enclosures, and can be configured with wall openings for conveyor belts, piping, and other components.
  • Jobsite Living Space
    Public and private contractors often need to quickly deploy temporary living quarters on construction sites. Long, drawn-out site-built structures are inconvenient and expensive, especially when faced with urgent needs in remote locations. Small modules can be used as military barracks, bunk houses, modular man camps, retreat centers, campground staff housing, and anywhere else you need flexible, functional living spaces with the comforts of home.  They are scalable, enabling you to add on additional structures as your workforce expands.

Small modular buildings can meet the needs of many residential, commercial, industrial and government applications

There are an infinite number of other uses for small pre-fabricated buildings, including guard houses, press boxes, ticket offices, retail concession buildings, temporary workshops, and more. Whether you are looking for a permanent or temporary solution, no other method of construction can provide as much flexibility. Most modular manufacturers have in-house architects or relationships with outside architectural firms to accommodate all of your design requirements.

Today’s innovative modular buildings provide a quick solution at a fraction of the cost of traditional design-bid-build construction and allow you to manage your costs without sacrificing quality. They are also “green” solution and provide a cost-effective means of complying with the highest green building standards, including LEED® certification.  If your budget won’t accommodate new construction of any kind, consider small modular buildings that can be moved to a new location and reassembled, if required.