With modular construction, build times are accelerated, which means you can potentially reduce borrowing costs and accelerate the return on your investment. The results mean improvements and efficiencies that should improve your margins and increase your profits.
Faster builds. Greater margins. Higher profits.
Modular construction uses the same quality materials as traditional site-built structures, but considering that up to 70% of the structure is built and inspected off-site, the amount of time required for on-site construction is dramatically reduced. Less construction on-site reduces the chance of weather delays, material damage and costly change orders. Security issues related to theft are also reduced.
A typical modular structure is built on a fixed cost contract, which reduces the chance of cost overruns.
Since your responsibilities are typically limited to site preparation, foundations, equipment scheduling, utility hookups and other finishing operations, you have fewer subcontractors to manage. Fewer subcontractors means fewer headaches and reduces your general conditions, as well as often overlooked costs, such as waste removal and insurance costs.
Tighter structures, better energy performance
Through a tightly controlled manufacturing process, Champion is able to construct tighter structures with less air infiltration. As a result, Champion-built structures have proven to be more energy efficient than comparable structures constructed using traditional site-build methods.
Modular construction earns points from most major Green accrediting agencies for use of recycled materials, tight building envelopes, waste reduction, and innovative building practices. We will work with your design team and your goals.