The world of construction is changing, both here in the United States as well as in many other places all throughout the world. Methods of modular construction are growing increasingly popular with each passing year, with more and more modular buildings like the typical prefabricated office space or warehouse office popping up all throughout the world. As a matter of fact, up to 90% of all engineers now utilize modular construction methods to create not just the prefabricated office space, but living spaces, hotels (Marriott International already pledged to make 13% of new developments through modular construction methods back in the year of 2017), and more. And up to 76% of architects and more than 80% of contractors have done the same.
A modular in-plant office is a prefabricated room designed to be installed in virtually any manufacturing facility or industrial space to create an isolated and controlled workspace away from potential dangers in the factory. Usually, a modular office can be installed and ready to use in a matter of days, as a standalone structure or incorporated into a preexisting building on the walls.
Attractive and highly customized, modular offices are used to create ideal workspace within the facility’s operations and also take advantage of the unused warehouse or factory space that you pay for in terms of rent. They are durable, highly flexible, and versatile for a wide range of applications such as restrooms, inspection rooms, laser rooms, equipment rooms, laboratories, and break rooms.
If you’re considering installing a modular in-plant office in your facility, here are som