Sunday, November 18, 2018

Modular Building Planning - Site Selection, Delivery and Installation

Modular building site planning and installation
Select the best site location for your modular building.
Modular building is amazingly fast when compared to conventional construction but there are some location based "hurdles" that need to be considered in the early stages of your facility planning to avoid costly delays.

Modular buildings are manufactured in sections and delivered to your site by experienced transporters using specialized trucks. The modular sections are then offloaded either by unhitching or by using a large forklift or crane. This process requires plenty of space for the trucks, heavy equipment and manpower to jockey each "module" into place and onto the foundation before interconnection and close up take place. The installation process moves quickly and can be very smooth barring weather delays so watch your local forecast and try to plan accordingly.

Here are the Top 3 Tips for modular building site planning:

Monday, October 15, 2018

How Long Does It Take to Install a Modular Building?

How long does it take to install a modular building on site
Modular building delivery and installation is fast!

How long does modular construction take?

One of the most common questions we get in the modular building industry is about the time it takes to deliver and install a used modular building or portable classroom. Understandably so - when most people looking for temporary space usually need it in a hurry.

Depending upon the size and scope of work and assuming that a supplier has the floor plan available for sale or rent, modular building construction can take one day, one week, one month or longer. For example, a standard 24' x 60' modular classroom can be delivered and installed in one day if the resources are available and the site is ready and close to the supplier. A much larger 60' x 60' prefab structure consists of more pieces (or "sections" as we call them in the business) - this amounts to more transportation time, more labor and more materials for close up. All of which can command a week long installation schedule.

Using a modular building is far quicker and more convenient than finding real estate or building more space on your property...just keep the following items in mind if you choose a prefab:

1. Be sure you have permits first.Visit your local building and safety department for details.
2. More space requires more time for the supplier to prepare, deliver and install.
3. Weather can delay installation for hours or days.
4. A level site with easy access is ideal for quick installation.
5. Utilities need to be ready for connection by licensed contractors.
6. Setting up a handicap ramp and stairs for access will require additional labor and time on site.
7. The set up contractor will need to close up the building at the roof, end walls and floor. This involves connecting electrical, mechanical ducting, hanging ceiling tiles, seeming carpet and wall finish materials and clean up.
8. Furnishings - always add time to the schedule for furniture delivery and set up. This is often overlooked.

For more information or assistance planning your modular project feel free to email info@imodular.com or use our free pricing and assistance form online.



This post was approved by the Senior Editor of www.imodular.com, a GBM Marketing, Inc. web property.

Monday, October 8, 2018

Best Places to Buy a Used Modular Building in Texas

Used modular buildings for sale in texas
Typical used modular building in Texas.

Find quality Modular buildings in Texas

Finding a good quality used modular building or portable classroom in Texas can be a time consuming task if you are in need of space. Fortunately there are several companies in Texas that have large inventories of used structures and are willing to sell individual models for fair and sometimes rock bottom prices. Here is some information that should help you save some time and money.

Popular companies with local offices and large inventories of used modular buildings:

1. Williams Scotsman
2. ModSpace
3. Satellite Shelters
4. Acton Mobile

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Emergency Response Planning with Mobile Modular Suppliers

FEMA Emergency response planner
FEMA Emergency Response Planner

HAVE A PLAN AND BE READY TO MOBILIZE MOBILE MODULAR STRUCTURES FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

Whenever a natural disaster or major emergency happens people's lives depend on emergency response teams and essential resources for medical care, shelter, communications and food. This is why it is important for you to have a plan and reliable contacts that can help you and your team rapidly mobilize mobile and modular structures in and around the most critically impacted areas and get to the business of saving lives.
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