Modular buildings meet both temporary and permanent space needs.
In contrast to conventional site-built buildings, modular construction offers you the flexibility to have temporary facilities constructed and relocated or quickly removed when they are no longer needed. Temporary buildings are also an ideal solution to short-term space demands:
- Shortage of office space
- Influx of students, visitors and personnel
- Swing space to stage organization units during major renovations
- The need for critical facilities to be up and running quickly in support of disaster recovery
- On-site construction offices
- Oil & gas field labs
Modular buildings can also serve as permanent applications. Forget the image of modular buildings as boring, box-like structures. Whatever the ultimate end use, Williams Scotsman’s permanent modular buildings allow unmatched flexibility and adaptability, proving that form need not be sacrificed for function. Designs can be tailored to your individual needs, with unique elements and details that enable usability, as well as configurability, and re-use over time.
Consider a few examples that illustrate the unlimited possibilities of today’s permanent modular buildings:
- Building complexes with adaptable interiors that can be reconfigured as needs evolve over time
- An inviting signature sales center for an exclusive luxury home community
- A health-care center equipped to provide all medical services from radiology and lab tests to eye and dental care
- Multi-story school building additions with exteriors that aesthetically blend in with existing facilities
- School buildings in remote places
Cenbu Sync™ process brings your vision to reality by utilizing the same high quality building materials as conventional building methods but in nearly half the time.
Whether a facility is temporary or permanent, it must conform to the same codes as conventionally constructed buildings. The only differences are in the types of materials used as well as the construction and operating expense-saving measures used in constructing a temporary facility compared to a building with a 50-year life expectancy.