Lower capital and operating costs
Our solution is based on a phased approach that enables owners to spend only what they need now, delaying future capital expenditures until they are actually required.
Reduced site work and exceptional quality
Due to the controlled environment, free of inclement weather challenges, modular construction allows for better quality control, improved supervision of labor, easier access to tools, fewer material deliveries, fewer work-crew scheduling conflicts, better sequencing of craftspersons, reduced requirements for on-site materials storage, and more.
Scalability and flexibility to add capacity as needed and when budget allows
Owners can install only what they need now, without risking additional capital outlays on possible future requirements. As needs dictate, owners can easily expand and install additional modules to match the current demand.
Improved schedule control and quick-ship capabilities
Modular construction involves the fabrication and assembly of systems and components at an off-site enclosed facility. Labor is moved to the fabrication facility, reducing time, manpower and activity on the site.
Exceptional customization and exterior aesthetic options
Central Utility Plants can be designed for primary secondary; variable primary; or fixed primary operation and can be customized to special requirements for component type, manufacturer and model. They can be enhanced with an architectural wall or façade that blends with the environment.