Our Modular Building Systems
We pride ourselves in providing the highest quality products and services in the industry!
It starts up front with the responsiveness of our sales team. When a project is launched, sales, project management, and engineering work closely to develop a modular solution that achieves all design and functional criteria. We then initiate a review that incorporates input from each department to affirm the systematic construction plan. A set of construction prints are then engineered in-house and submitted for State and customer approvals.
Once released to production, project managers continue their involvement while our quality control (QC) staff works hand-in-hand with each department to monitor specifications, materials, and workmanship.
State or State-certified Inspectors visit our factories during construction, as they do traditional jobsites, to verify each structure meets applicable building codes.
Finally, when the project is completed we look at results from a "closed loop" perspective. Simply put: we believe we learn something from each project that helps us improve our future methods, products, or pricing.
When compared to on-site methods, the integrity of modular structures is proven inherently more rigid and performs better than conventional framing.
When it comes to durability, both methods utilize identical - or comparable - materials and plan-specified windows, doors, fixtures, hardware, trim, and finishes. Both methods conform to the same regional, state, and local building codes and requirements.
A key benefit of modular wood framing is that construction takes place indoors, where lumber and other materials are kept clean and dry. Quality is improved as there is less opportunity for moisture to get trapped inside structural cavities, which can cause floors to buckle and squeak, walls and ceilings to crack, and mold and mildew to grow as moisture dissipates. Building indoors also accelerates the entire construction process eliminating weather delays and lowering your overall costs.
All framing lumber is assembled on flat, square, engineered jigs then assembled using mechanical fasteners and adhesives to prevent loosening or separation. Sections are then insulated and carefully lifted into position with hydraulic cranes. This process produces quality that simply cannot be duplicated on a job site.
This building system is our solution for non-combustible construction, or regions where a wood frame is more susceptible to boring insects, mold, and mildew.
With its superior strength-to-weight ratio, and fastening system that utilizes screws, bolts, and welds, the cold-formed steel frame may also offer better performance under seismic stress and high winds.
Benefits of Our Steel Frame System:
CONCRETE FLOOR SYSTEM: (Option)
Nothing is quieter under foot or more stable than a solid concrete sub-floor!
Our sub-floor systems consist of steel frame and cross members, insulation, a ribbed steel composite deck, cast-in welded wire or fiber- mesh reinforcement, and regular or lightweight mix concrete. The total slab thickness will vary depending on load requirements.
Concrete floor systems are designed to integrate with our wood or steel frame systems. Concrete floors are used to meet various construction classifications, including the non-combustible class, load requirements, or simply a personal preference.
To complete this system choose standard or designer floor tile, carpeting, real or composite wood, slip-resistant or other chemical coating.
One of the oldest & most advanced modular building companies!
Corporate Offices: PO Box 277, 51687 CR 133, Bristol, IN 46507 ph: 574.825.5851