Modular Construction is a Process not a Style
A misconception exists that “modular” refers to a type or style of homes and buildings. Modular actually refers to a construction process in which large components are pre-built in a manufacturing facility and then shipped on carriers to the project site. Architecturally, modular construction is not limited to simple ranch style homes; it can be used for a variety of housing styles and commercial structures.
Off-site Construction Advantages
Building off-site in a controlled environment has many advantages. Modern component construction processes combined with a team of skilled craftsmen allow us to fabricate a stronger and more durable structure. Building materials and finished modules are protected from weather-related damage that can lead to costly rework. In addition, modules are continually inspected throughout the building process to ensure they are built to the appropriate residential or commercial building code and meet our quality standards.
Snake River Cabins
Snake River Cabins, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Solutions to On-site Problems
Modular building provides solutions to many problems encountered on-site. With approximately 80% of the structure completed in the factory, there are fewer delays from inspections and bad weather at the building site. The chance of material theft and vandalism is minimized, fewer subcontractors are needed to complete the project and stress upon the surrounding community is significantly reduced.
Whether you’re building commercial, single- or multi-family homes, subdivisions, government buildings or urban infill, Champion can provide a modular solution for your project. Request more information on our modular construction solutions.