Modular buildings - Like building Lego
In a modular arrangement, the modules are already manufactured and have pre-defined dimensions. Each supplier of modules has its own modular systems that can vary in size, colour, age, quality and performance. The modules are available in a number of predefined types. Some contain a kitchenette, others have a toilet, some have walls for private offices, while others are completely open. Using these variations, we can create a range of alternative layouts for different interiors and uses. Most requests can be accommodated, but by sticking to suppliers ready standard solutions both costs and commissioning times are kept to a minimum. The finished buildings can be free standing or connected to existing buildings if you prefer.
We make the joints between modules disappear with welded seams in the floor and hidden transitions in walls and ceilings.
A project manager manages the entire process from commissioning to decommissioning including operation and maintenance so that our tenants can sit back and relax.
Hiring modules is not the same as constructing building on site. The modules are already manufactured and simply put together on the installation site. It is therefore difficult to use the standard templates and regulations for the construction industry, such as the Terms and Conditions for General Contractors, as these are largely based on the fact that the house is built on the site and on completion is transferred into the buyer's possession. That is not the case when you hire a temporary modular arrangement for a few years.