We source out the best manufacturing fit for each project, both in Canada and the US. Factors such as location and size specifications of the units determine which manufacturer we contract for projects. Some plants are closer to the build site, so it lowers the cost of transport and makes for an easier move, while other plants can handle bigger units. This method of construction also produces a building with control and quality – control at the work stations and a strict adherence to craftsmanship and rigorous quality inspections. There is greater accountability by using a manufacturing plant that provides a warranty for their product rather than by separate contractors, on-site, with a traditional stick build method.
Throughout the building process, every module is inspected continuously to ensure they comply with the appropriate building code, and are built to high quality standards. We ensure strict quality control by touring the plants ourselves. Production of “system built” buildings often exceeds code minimums, by default of using the standard modular construction approach.
On-site construction components, assembly and completion of the building, up to occupancy stage, is closely monitored and scrutinized by all of the involved consultants - architects, structural, mechanical, and electrical. The result for the end user is the second to none quality that is virtually impossible to achieve through conventional construction methods.
Your modular building is extendable and relocatable. If you anticipate future expansion, or possibly moving to a new site, both tasks can be further accommodated by our design team