New Construction Made Easy – PortaFab Modular Building Systems

When changes in your business creates a demand for in-plant space utilization, PortaFab’s modular systems allow you to respond quickly.


When changes in your business creates a demand
for in-plant space utilization, PortaFab’s modular systems allow you to respond quickly
and cost-effectively by removing the challenges that often keep a new construction project
grounded. For instance, there’s no need to hire designers
or engineers to specify plans when using modular. You also won’t need to find reputable contractors
to complete the work, and you won’t need to send out multiple RFPs to get an estimate
for the project. Using our in-house engineering and design
teams, we will determine your needs, and configure a system to meet your particular application. Then, we will coordinate the entire installation
project using our nationwide network of modular installers. It’s that easy. Need a standard sized building quickly? No problem. PortaFab’s line of standard quick-ship buildings
come in thirty different sizes, and can typically be delivered and installed within two weeks
of an order – A level of speed that is unmatched in our industry. Looking for a customized solution? Then look no further. With the industry’s most extensive line
of modular systems, we have the ability to mix and match a wide variety of interchangeable
modular components in order to provide you with a custom modular solution based on your
exact needs. At PortaFab, we make new construction easy. Feel free to check out our other videos, or
call 1-800-325-3781 or visit us at www.portafab.com to remove the hassle from your next construction
project.

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  1. office open plan panels had the wiring installed in them in the factory. In 1980, I went to a union negotiation meeting of the electric wiring as part of the office module system, just like the gypsum wallboards were used first time by my boss I.M. Pei's Kips bay Plaza  housing project. Progress is not avoidable. and then AutoCAD taking over my drafting trade, little by little, until I was unemployed in 2001. George Wu, AIA, ARCHITECT, NCARB 2017-7-10

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