Why Modular?

3 Reasons to Choose Modular

When you need a building and you need it fast, a modular solution offers three key advantages over traditionally-built projects: 

Time savings = cost savings

Modular construction enables your project to be operational 30-50% faster than built sites since site preparation and construction takes place at the same time. 

In addition, much of the modular building construction is completed inside a factory, which mitigates the risk of delays in your project timeline due to weather conditions. These time savings also save you money.
30 - 50% time saving
Advances your project timeline by 30 – 50 percent on custom-designed buildings.

Flexible. Fast. Relocatable.

Flexible- Modular buildings offer flexible temporary and permanent building solutions that can be configured to suit your specific needs. Complexes can be expanded or decreased in size to meet your changing requirements, and can also be added on to existing non-modular building structures. This makes modular buildings suitable for diverse applications, including portable offices, storage, first aid/medical clinics and more.
Fast - In an emergency, such as in a major natural disaster, or when your project needs to be up and running fast, modular buildings can be delivered and ready to go within days.

Relocatable – Modular buildings are also portable buildings, meaning when you need to move on, your building can move with you. 
Buildings That Can Move With You
Modular buildings are designed to meet your ever-changing requirements.

High-Quality. Built to Code. Greener.

Modular buildings are built to meet or exceed the same building codes and standards as site-built structures. The same architect-specified materials (wood, concrete and steel) that are used in conventionally-constructed buildings are also used in modular construction projects.

Because most construction takes place in a factory, on-site traffic is greatly minimised between workers, equipment and suppliers. This means less disruption and noise for community residents or on remote roads.

Architect-specified Materials
Modular buildings use the same architect-specified materials used in traditional construction projects.