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Modular offices have long been gaining in popularity. If you are in the manufacturing sector, an in plant office may be something you’re considering. This makes sense because about 90% of engineers, 76% of architects, and 84% of contractors make use of prefab or modular construction. There are several reasons why this is the go-to option for so many professionals.

 

They Go Up Fast


Time is money. When we waste time, we are allowing a valuable resource to slip away. The speed at which a modular structure goes from being a concept to a reality is one of the main reasons so many contractors use them. The less time you spend away from work, your desk or other important operational responsibilities, the more efficient you will be. Any kind of construction is disruptive to a certain extent. When you add dust and debris to the relocation that is often needed, the project can pose a significant disturbance to business operations. With an in plant office, most—if not all—of these disruptions are avoided. A portable office wall, for instance, can be attached as easily as you would an erector set. When it is pre-ordered, it is sized to fit just right, eliminating the need for messy, time-consuming cuts and adjustments. An in plant office is a ready-made solution.

 

They Are of High Quality


The days of “modular” meaning “cheap” are long gone. An in plant office can have the same level of overall quality as a more traditional one. The components fit together to provide sturdy strength that you can rely on for years to come. The materials are of high quality and feature durable manufacturing methods that you can have confidence in. As in plant offices gain popularity, the race to produce solid, long-lasting units has intensified. The consumer is the beneficiary. Prefabricated offices are not only convenient and quick, they also are of a quality that befits your business.

 

They Cost Less


Often, things that are quick and of high quality are viewed as having a high price tag. Like they say, “I can do it quick. I can do it well. Or I can do it cheap. But I can only give you two out of the three.” Well, if there’s one product that violates this principle, it’s the in plant office.

 

The cost savings are two-fold. First, the materials needed to make the office can be obtained inexpensively by the manufacturer due to bulk pricing models. Those savings get passed on to the consumer. Second, because they take less time to erect, the labor costs are a small fraction of what they would be otherwise. An in-plant modular office can be put up during your lunch break. More complex ones may require more time, but either way, the commitment is minuscule in comparison to building an office the old fashioned way. With current labor rates, this means you are saving a load of cash by getting a modular system. Even if you erect if yourself or with the help of a buddy, the opportunity costs are significantly lower than those of having to hire somebody to construct an office.

 

Lots of Design Options


When it comes to the design of an in plant office, the sky is the limit. With the flexibility made available by the manufacturing process, there is no reason to think you are confined to an overly simple structure, particularly if you have diverse needs for your office space. A consultation can help you ascertain both your needs and how to fulfill them with an in plant office. You are not limited to a “standard” office setup, so there’s no reason to feel you are sacrificing functionality or design for lower cost, and greater speed and quality. You can get the best of all worlds because the number of options is nearly limitless.

 

A prefabricated office is a great solution for anybody looking for something that is of high quality without the high quality price. Also, if you have limited time, it can minimize the interruption to your business. There’s no need to sacrifice functionality and comfort when choosing a pre-fabricated office.

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