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Modular Buildings History

Modular Buildings History

Modular buildings are made up of sections called Modules, and are designed to create large open plan areas, suitable for school classrooms, offices, large canteens, hospital wards and so on. This type of building has been around for many years and called many different names, one of which is a prefab, and really this is a good description as these buildings are pre-fabricated in a factory and then transported to a pre-prepared site and erected in a fraction of the time that it takes to build a traditional building.
Modular Building Manufacturers

Most modern Modular Building Manufacturers, e.g. Yorkon Ltd build to a very high standard, using materials you would find on modern construction projects, e.g. steel frame buildings clad in Plastisol steel outer walls. Windows are UPVC or Aluminium and are double glazed and meet the latest building regulations. The internal finishes are similar to that of traditional buildings with plasterboard walls, suspended ceilings, air conditioning units, IT networks, glazed internal walls and mostly anything you would expect to find in a modern office.
Uses of Modular Buildings

Modular Construction has now moved to another level where you will find Hotels, Airports, Train Stations, Schools and even McDonald’s Restaurants built using Modular Building Systems, with Brick Cladding Systems on the external walls to give a sense of permanency and more traditional feel.

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