Trends in Modular Construction

Off site modular construction
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Written by Matt Banes
Trends in modular construction

At iModular, we read rhythms of articles about modular construction and how it is becoming popular amongst architects, engineers, and conventional contractors around the globe. This is a welcome trend and a much-needed move toward a smarter way to solve space needs in literally every type of business, medical facility, government facility, school, or church.

If you are an architect representing an organization that has plans to design and build a new structure or if you are a business owner researching a better way to build, the article below has some compelling information for using modular construction as your building method. While this article is sponsored by Elliot Modular Building Solutions and does reference a project in the United Kingdom, the modular construction concepts described apply anywhere in the world.

Off-site Modular Construction: Building for the Future

Since the construction industry began to rebound in 2013, demand for modular off-site construction has increased. Between 2014 and 2017, the market is estimated to have progressed by 26% and is set to grow another 4% per year from 2018 to 2020.

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Matt Banes modular building information source

Matt Banes

Since 1998, I have assisted numerous businesses, schools, and churches in buying, renting, and selling various types of modular buildings, mobile offices, and portable classrooms suitable for diverse space needs. One of my core success principles lies in my accessibility via phone to provide prompt assistance, answer queries, and aid in the search for cost-effective space solutions that align with your facility goals. So, why wait? Call me directly at the Modular Building Help Line (800) 806-7485.