Permanent Modular Buildings:
HOSPITALITY & RETAIL
OFFICE & ADMINISTRATION
INDUSTRIAL & ENERGY
Industrial & Energy
The market for industrial modular buildings is growing rapidly as the benefits offsite construction can provide over onsite construction are becoming more widely known: accelerated project timelines, more economical pricing, greater flexibility, the ability to service remote locations, and a safer, greener construction process.
Industrial buildings can be customized for any need and are constructed with the same materials to meet or exceed the same building codes as site construction. Industrial sites can include permanent modular buildings such as change facilities, office buildings, equipment building or operation centers, as well as temporary facilities such as man camps and site offices, among others.Modular construction is the method-of-choice by industries that require massive inlays of infrastructure to support a labor force. Examples of this are the oil mining industries of Canada, as well as disaster recovery set-ups in areas like New Orleans. Because temporary living quarters can be constructed to code and delivered in a very short period of time, workforce housing remains a large market for commercial modular construction. MBI members can provide everything from single-unit relocatable buildings to complete “man-camps” that include all the building space and amenities needed for a community. With these facilities, workers can enjoy comfort and convenience while miles from home. Click here for a printable PDF on workforce housing.
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Blast Resistant Building by Black Diamond Group. Case study here.
Permanent Modular: LEED Gold
Xstrata Nickel by NRB Inc., a 60,000 sq. ft. LEED Gold certified building.
Written case study here.
Leismer Lodge by Northgate Industries Ltd. Case study here.
Sunday Creek Lodge by Black Diamond Group. Case study here.
Mount Milligan Project by Black Diamond Group. Case study here.
Super Executive Case Study