See what modular construction can do
Take a look at the projects we’ve completed and throw away any myths or misconceptions you might have had about modular construction. Your Pacific Mobile building can take on the aesthetics of its surroundings, incorporate the latest materials and finishes, and be virtually indistinguishable from site-built.
Modular projects by industry
Why turn to Pacific Mobile for your project?
A licensed general contractor, and staffed like one
Site superintendents, project managers, engineers, estimators, and site crews are all in-house. Experienced with hundreds of built-for-purpose projects across all industries, we handle a wide scope of projects in terms of size and complexity, and have the financial backing to take on the largest builds.
Best-of-both construction methods
You have the advantages of the condensed timeline, transportable strength, and improved quality control of factory-built, off-site construction. We combine modular with traditional site-built methods where they’re a better fit for key elements of your project.
Structures delivered 30-50% faster than conventional
We can execute virtually any one- or two-story building design as a modular project, where site work and factory construction happen simultaneously. In many cases, you can also cut weeks or months of red tape by procuring your structure through one of our high-volume cooperative purchasing contracts.
Cooperative purchasing contracts
If you’re a public-sector entity, you might be able to procure your building through one of our cooperative purchasing contracts. Engaging us through one of these contracts — when available — allows you to choose Pacific Mobile to supply your building while complying with your state’s procurement requirements.
Permanent Modular Construction is a building process in which a structure is constructed off-site, in a controlled factory environment, utilizing the same materials and designed to the same codes and standards as stick-built structures in half the time. While the building is constructed in “modules” off-site, the foundation is simultaneously built on site. When both are complete, the modules are transported and assembled on-site to reflect traditional stick-built structures’ design intent and specifications without compromise.
Yes. Permanent modular buildings are built to meet or exceed the same building codes and standards as traditional stick-built structures.
Yes. Because the construction of the building and the site and foundation work occurs simultaneously, projects utilizing modular construction are completed 30% to 50% sooner than traditional stick-built construction.
ARE THE FINISHES AND MATERIALS IN PERMANENT MODULAR CONSTRUCTION DIFFERENT FROM THOSE USED IN CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION?
No. Permanent modular constructed buildings are built with the same architect-specified materials used in traditional stick-built construction – wood, concrete, and steel. Permanent modular constructed buildings are virtually indistinguishable from stick-built buildings.
Yes. Permanent modular construction results in a potential cost savings of up to 20% to 30% of a typical construction budget. Because modular construction utilizes more factory workers rather than individual tradesmen, labor costs tend to be less. (FACT CHECK. Here’s my source: https://constructionglobal.com/construction-projects/modular-construction-rising-10-reasons-why)
IN ADDITION TO COST AND TIME SAVINGS, WHAT ARE THE OTHER BENEFITS OF PERMANENT MODULAR CONSTRUCTION?
In addition to cost and time savings, modular construction also offers many other benefits. Modular buildings can be disassembled and relocated or refurbished for alternative uses. Modular buildings also produce less material waste by recycling materials, controlling inventory, and protecting building materials. Because permanent modular buildings are built in a controlled factory environment using dry materials, the threat of mold-causing moisture getting trapped is eliminated. Indoor construction also lends itself to the reduction of accidents and resulting liabilities for workers. Additional benefits include a better-engineered building and Building Information Modeling, as well as limitless design opportunities.
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