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Modular construction is a widely used building method. The two primary kinds of modular construction are permanent and relocatable. If you need to create separate spaces within a large warehouse for different purposes or for different tenants, consider modular warehouse partitioning systems.

The Advantages of Modular Construction

Modular building is faster and more economical than traditional building methods. Modular components are built in a factory and come to you ready to put into service. If you choose reusable partitions, they can be moved between different locations. When you move your warehouse, you take your warehouse partitioning systems with you. You can reconfigure your modular components as the needs of your company change over time.

The Need to Divide Warehouse Space

Often, a sizable warehouse will need to share space with different production processes. Difficulties can arise because multiple industrial processes may not be able to share work areas without also sharing contamination and noise.

The work environment and the safety conditions of each work area should be preserved by enclosing areas in separate parts of the warehouse through the use of warehouse partitions. Demising walls, a type of prefabricated wall, offer clean warehouse partitioning at a lower cost and with less disruption than traditionally constructed walls. They can be installed quickly and moved to suit your changing warehouse needs.

Controlling Work Environments with Modular Demising Walls

Warehouse partitioning systems that use modular demising walls can control all of the following:

 

Traditional curtain dividers commonly seen in warehouses offer only visual separation of work spaces. They do not seal the gaps between work spaces and so they let dust, noise, air, and light travel from room to room.

The Installation Benefits of the Modular Demising Wall

With faster installation, you need fewer workers to install modular demising walls, and you'll waste less construction material. The parts of the walls are already assembled and built to fit your space. You won't have to deal with the waste and mess of traditional construction. Modular demising walls are sealed tightly to the floor, overhead curtain, and walls, closing up all spaces. You can add doors and windows, as well as roll up doors and bigger door openings to accommodate worker traffic and devices such as forklifts.

Installing a Modular Office in Your Warehouse

Consider using an in-plant modular office with a load-bearing storage roof for your warehouse. You can use the storage roof for essential equipment or boxes. Constructing a permanent office structure using traditional building methods can be costly, but a modular office will save you money and allow you the flexibility to move the structure as needed. Your office will consist of a roof, walls, and a ceiling, and you can add doors, windows, stairs, and other desired features.

Since the parts are designed to be reconfigured, you can easily make changes to your office space. Choose from an array of textures and colors. You may also be interested in steel facing. If your office must comply with particular safety guidelines, it can be altered to satisfy these requirements.

We can accommodate all of your warehouse partitioning needs. Contact our team today for a free consultation.