It’s no secret that things can sometimes get a messy in warehousing and industrial facilities. Keeping this in mind, there can be several areas in the facility that need to be separated from the rest of the operation. And as your company grows over time, the fluidity of your operations is another important consideration to make when thinking about area separation. So, are permanent walls the best solution? Not really. Perhaps something less permanent yet highly functional is what you need. Rather than conventional stick built permanent walls, you should consider investing in modular buildings
. They allow you to define operational areas and work zones, while keeping functionality at an optimal level, without incurring the disruptions and expenses that come with conventional construction.
Reduced Labor Costs / Shorter Construction Time
Modular buildings help you save money through reduced material and labor costs. Because the walls and framework ship pre-finished and cut to size, installers are able to install quickly with minimal disruption to the surrounding workspace. Each modular office comes with a detailed CAD drawing, material list and individually labeled components for easy identification of parts, all of which help reduce labor costs. They
can reduce construction time by more than 50%, allowing quicker occupancy, ultimately better cash flow. They are a proven cost-effective and highly functional solution that can meet the needs of any warehouse facility.
Because modular offices can be fully dismantled, relocated, and reassembled, they are considered “tangible property” and can be depreciated over a period of 7 years. Conventional stick built construction on the other hand, are permanent structures and considered “real property” which are depreciated over a period of 39 years.
and buildings are built in state-of-the-art facilities that combine the best practices in workflow and design. Not to mention, as they are required to meet the same stringent building codes, rest assured you will get the same longevity, quality and durability as you would with stick built construction.
Flexibility of Use
The relocatability and flexibility of modular buildings add up to its cost-effectiveness over the course of time. Most companies can build both temporary and permanent modular buildings based on the needs of your warehouse facility. Being relocatable, secure and durable makes them perfect for both permanent and temporary applications. These are just some of the many reasons why more warehouses prefer modular buildings over conventional construction! So, if you want to separate any areas within your warehouse facility, why not check out modular buildings? They are the perfect solution to separate spaces without expensive and time-consuming construction. All in all, they are a cost-effective and convenient option for any business that wants to designate or quarantine specific areas of their overall facility, that too without any hassle.