Modular Buildings Overview

Reliant Asset Management specializes in commercial modular buildings that are factory-built to last, designed for relocation based on customer needs, and constructed to meet all federal, state, and local building codes.

On average, these non-residential structures are 60% – 90% completed off-site in a controlled environment, and then transported to and assembled at the building area. The individual modules can comprise an entire structure, or can be used as components and sub-assemblies with larger buildings.

Commercial modular buildings generally fall into two distinct categories

  • Relocatable Buildings: Designed and constructed to be transported and installed multiple times over their useful life, these modular structures can be reused in whole or in part at future sites, and work extremely well when there’s a need to build quickly.
  • Permanent Buildings: Factory-built and transported to the building site, these modular structures are virtually indistinguishable from traditional construction properties and can be configured for any layout, including those requiring multiple stories.

Benefits of Modular

Green: Modular structures have less impact on our environment because they’re built in a controlled factory environment that produces less waste. Additionally, the on-site construction process when they’re installed is significantly streamlined. Just as importantly, modular buildings can be disassembled and reused, reducing the consumption of raw materials and minimizing the amount of energy used to construct a new building.

Faster: Building a modular structure is much faster and more efficient than traditional construction. The time from design to occupancy can be 50% quicker than the standard building process since modular construction occurs simultaneously with site/foundation work, and factory assembly eliminates the usual weather delays.

Quality: Modular structures are built to meet or exceed the codes and standards of on-site construction, and use the same materials – wood, concrete, and steel – as traditional buildings.