The UpGrade Modular Building System is a high-quality, modular, steel-framed structure designed for permanent placement, with the unique ability to be physically relocated multiple times to new sites while maintaining the same quality standards and integrity as a new structure. Installation requires only a few laborers, an on-site crane, and a concrete slab or screw piers to serve as the foundation for the building. The sections arrive to the site on flat bed trucks, stacked two to three units high. This building is available in two types: an Industrial version and a custom Commercial version.
• 12 and 14 foot wide sections
• 40 to 66 foot span • 15 to 24 foot ceiling height
• Set-up in days rather than months
• Pre-installed electrical systems
• Optional heaters and other utilities available
• Optional bridge crane available
• Suitable for both permanent and temporary applications • Concurrent construction timeline allows for rapid completion • Custom finishes and material selections throughout the interior and exterior of the building • Reduced foundation costs (especially in areas with poor soil conditions).
RAD Technology Medical Systems Temporary Radiotherapy Vault (TRV)
Through a partnership with RAD Technology and Perkins + Will, Whitley Manufacturing produced an innovative and contemporary facility. This treatment vault was designed to be easily relocated multiple times throughout it’s lifespan.
Swedish Cancer Institute Radiotherapy Clinic Achieves LEED Silver
Whitley Manufacturing is proud to announce the LEED Silver certification of the Swedish Cancer Institute Radiotherapy Clinic. Designed by Perkins + Will and built for RAD Technology Medical Systems, this is the first building of its kind to achieve LEED certification.
A new two-story office building is being assembled in Mount Vernon, Ohio for Roll-Royce Energy Systems, Inc. Whitley Manufacturing partnered with Satellite to provide Roll-Royce with a nearly 36,000 square foot building to supplement the current office at their manufacturing plant. Progress on the building is moving at a rapid pace. Currently, all 53 of the modules have been installed, and interior close-up work is moving swiftly. The employees can look forward to inhabiting their new office space very soon.