Progress in modular building design has enabled constructors like MTX Contracts ultimate flexibility in producing flexible buildings for a variety of purposes. Modular buildings are ideally suited to modern or high-tech purposes, ranging from healthcare infrastructures like clinics, hospital wards and specialist MRI and CT rooms to laboratories and clinics.
The positives of modular buildings are growing as demand grows for technologically advanced, high spec and customisable buildings that can be integrated easily into existing constructions, without the need for long-term construction sites. For expanding businesses, modular buildings offer a newfound flexibility when compared to their traditional counterparts.
Speed and Efficiency
Firstly, modular buildings vastly decrease construction time. Modular buildings can actually be produced more quickly than it takes to draw up formal architectural drawings. Primarily, modular buildings are built off-site, avoiding construction bottlenecks and delays on construction sites. There are less transportation and logistical problems to solve as materials will not need to be transported and unloaded at the site.
Furthermore, because modular buildings are produced in factories off-site, their timeframes for construction are reliable and not subject to delay through poor weather or other issues. Modular building construction methods meet the demands of expanding businesses, who can fulfil their infrastructure requirements in tandem with their other expanding business activities.
A rapidly expanding business can even order more units whilst the current ones are in production or can make swift decisions on their building requirements as they develop during the construction phase.
With enhanced speed and efficiency, expanding businesses can avoid getting bogged down in drawn-out construction tasks which don’t ultimately meet their exact requirements. Ultimately, the quicker construction tasks are carried out, the quicker you can make a return on your investment.
Flexibility and Customizability
Modular buildings are flexible in both price and format. Because expanding businesses can add as and when they need, there is no need to engage in long-term, large-scale contracts. Saving through reduced labour and materials, expanding businesses have access to infrastructure without being placed under the thumb of long-term site construction.
Modular buildings can be rearranged in accordance with an expanding business’ development, enabling businesses to add to their building needs on a timeline which suits them. Relocatability really is a unique offering of modular construction, as re-purposing buildings for different uses has always been a real challenge. Modular buildings are designed to be transported by road and therefore they can easily be moved around the country if a business’ premises are moved.
Modular buildings are durable and tough but are also portable due to their use of high-tech materials which are lighter in weight than stone, brick and mortar. In the present day, customisable building layouts are an amazing choice for expanding modern businesses who have rapidly changing demands in office spaces or other workspaces. They can add rooms when they are needed and move pre-existing rooms without engaging in an enormous hard-building task that requires an entire on-site building team.
Modular buildings offer an unprecedented level of flexibility which can really match the tempos of rapidly developing areas.
Durability and Physical Characteristics
Modular buildings have enhanced durability as each module is designed to withstand the task of transportation independently from each other module. Once they are manoeuvred into position and sealed together, they form an incredibly strong structure. This benefits any business including expanding businesses, who do not need to worry so much over the weight-bearing characteristics of their building plans.
Modular buildings are also ideally suited to modular interior design, where amenities like gas, electricity and plumbing can be set-up in a way which is reroutable and editable on the fly. Amenities in modular buildings are easily maintained, with enhanced accessibility for maintenance workers or DIY repair.
Off-site construction means managing quality is an in-house task for the manufacturer. Materials are safely stored in the manufacturer’s warehouse and the risks of theft, deterioration and damage are reduced to practically zero.
Stringent quality control guidelines mean that expanding businesses can count on modular building constructors, enabling them more freedom in pursuing other business activities. Because of the rigorous quality control and inspections carried out by companies like MTX, who produce their buildings to heavily researched specifications, modular buildings aren’t subject to the same construction errors as brick and mortar constructions meaning higher quality for longer.
Using state-of- the-art materials and methods, modular buildings are sustainably built to the high modern standards frequently demanded by modern businesses. They are also sustainable in their use, as redundancy is not an issue, removing the chance of dilapidation, neglect and decay. Modular construction is inherently environmentally friendly versus traditional construction as there’s less material wastage, less land ruination from access and construction site demands, less traffic and pollution and less environmental impact from sourcing materials.