If you are in the market to buy or rent a modular building you are not alone. Thousands of businesses, schools and churches use modular buildings and portable classrooms to solve temporary and permanent space problems. Some choose to use a modular building to house employees or students during construction or after a natural disaster while others choose modular construction in place of traditional building because of the design flexibility, speed and environmentally friendly aspects of prefabricated building.
Modular building suppliers have evolved from “trailer” companies into very capable general contractors that use sophisticated modular construction processes to deliver functional and modern spaces for various types of occupancy. Here are the most popular uses of modular structures in the United States (not in order by volume).
K-12 and higher education classrooms
After school / homework centers
Locker and change rooms
Real estate sales office
Church classrooms and offices
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