June 20, 2019

When to consider a modular solution for expansion or remodeling

Modular construction can provide a quick, clean and professional way to expand or remodel, due to the use of factory-produced, pre-engineered “modules” or building units that are delivered to your site and then assembled.

Modular construction, whether it’s for office space within a manufacturing facility, or to enclose equipment or clean rooms, follows the same codes and standards as conventionally built facilities, so there is no sacrifice of safety or quality.

There are specific situations in which a pre-engineered, modular solution may be the best fit for your needs.

I didn’t have to manage individual projects and multiple contractors. With all the other projects I’m working on, having that one source to go to saved me a lot of time and let me focus on other things.

Ed Bryzelak | Project Manager
AAM (FORMERLY MPG Form Tech) | Fraser, MI

You might consider a modular office or building when:

  • You need maximum flexibility
  • You need an economical way to expand or remodel
  • You need the space completed very quickly
  • Reduction of work site disturbance is critical

In addition, because modular is considered equipment rather than property, you can take advantage of a variety of financing options not available for conventional construction, including benefiting from the new tax laws that allow for the 100% deduction of equipment in the year you buy it.

When a manufacturing plant or office has an expansion or remodel project that calls for this unique approach, Rudolph Libbe Group, an authorized Starrco modular systems distributor, offers a wide variety of modular solutions, and a construction services team can make it a reality for projects such as:

  • Offices
  • Break rooms
  • Enclosures
  • Booths
  • Partitions and Walls
  • And more.
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To talk with an expert about a modular installation at your facility,
please contact 866.720.2700 or solutions@gorudolphlibbe.com.

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