Two Types of Modular Construction

Permanent Modular Construction

Permanent Modular Construction (PMC) is an innovative, sustainable construction delivery method utilizing offsite, lean manufacturing techniques to prefabricate single or multi-story whole building solutions in deliverable module sections. PMC modules can be integrated into site built projects or stand alone as a turn-key solution and can be delivered with MEP, fixtures and interior finishes in less time — with less waste, and higher quality control compared to projects utilizing only site-built construction.

“Manufacturing building components off-site provides for more controlled conditions and allows for improved quality and precision in the fabrication of the component.” – National Institute of Standards and Technology and the National Research Council

Relocatable Buildings

Relocatable buildings are designed to be reused or repurposed multiple times and transported to different building sites. They are utilized for schools, construction site offices, medical clinics, sales centers, and in any application where a relocatable building can meet a temporary space need. These buildings offer fast delivery, ease of relocation, low-cost reconfiguration, accelerated depreciation schedules and enormous flexibility. Relocatable buildings are not permanently fixed but are installed in accordance with manufacturer’s installation guidelines and local building code requirements. These buildings are essential in cases where speed, temporary space, and the ability to relocate are what the client needs.