Set up is relatively simple. The first step is to truck
the building to your site. The building could be one
self-contained unit or dozens of modules arriving in
convoy or at predetermined intervals.
It may not be obvious in this photo, but there is a
significant time savings here: while crews are preparing
a foundation we are already building your structure.
Try that with old style construction! Concurrent construction
allows you to save up to 50 percent of the time needed
for conventional construction.
Once our modules arrive a crane moves each unit quickly
into place. In a very short period of time your building
Teams begin installing units and covering seams while
modules are still being craned into position. It goes
quickly. (Note: If you need to reconfigure your building
it can be dismantled and reassembled, unlike conventional
Another advantage of modular construction is the modules
arrive weather tight. If a storm hits your site Whitley
buildings are ready and you won’t be faced with expensive
delays and damage. Same goes for vandalism. The buildings
are ready to lock when they get to your site. No inviting
piles of lumber, no unsecured equipment.
You can finish the outside of a modular building to
look like any other building. In fact buildings you
pass everyday are modulars. Choose brick, stucco or
newer, more weather resistant materials to clad your
finished result is a building you can be proud of.
We are proud of this, our headquarters in South Whitley,