Imagine that you are part of a growing company. You started out in a small building that comfortably fit all that it needed to, but as time went on that space became more and more cramped. More employees came in, more departments formed, and before you knew it you were expanding the whole place.
Growth in a company is a wonderful thing. It’s what we strive for. However, if proper preparations are not made it can become complicated and tiring. There is already so much work going into handling extra clients, new employees, and possibly new materials and machines. The last thing you want to worry about is finding space for everything.
This is where the modular office comes into play. Imagine what you could do with an office that can be taken down, moved, and put back up. Unlike your average warehouse office that stays in one place and has to be built around, in-plant modular offices are flexible.
Over the next five years, E-commerce is expected to grow at a compounded average rate of 10 percent, creating tremendous opportunities for owners and developers of warehouse and distribution space. Currently, more than 166,000 men and women in the United States work in the storage and warehouse leasing industry.
Since 2000, the amount of occupied distribution and warehouse space has increased by more than 86 percent and the need for warehouse space isn’t going down any time soon. If you or your company is looking at leasing a warehouse or leasing space to build warehouse offices, here are some helpful things to keep in mind: