As a business owner, making the most of the available floor surface is key to increasing your production and managerial efficiency. Adding more production machines in a factory or introducing new rack configuration in your warehouse will help you efficiently maximize your floor space.
Building modular inplant offices within your plant is also a great way of transforming unused space in your plant into something more functional and useful like a warehouse office or a storage room for equipment.
Quick Installation and Disassemble Inplant Offices
Prefabricated office spaces are designed to be assembled within an industrial space to create a climate- and sound-controlled working environment. These spaces may be permanent or relocatable and they can either be incorporated into preexisting walls or build as a standalone structure.
Best yet, modular constructions reduce energy consumption during the building process by around 67% and reduce energy costs later on for occupants.
Also, since 60% to 90% of all prefabricated construction occurs in a warehouse or factory, projects can be completed much faster when using these methods. The installation process is made easier and faster without much interruption on your day to day business operations. And their modular nature makes them also easy to disassemble, adjusted or relocated, if necessary.
Custom Inplant Offices for a Controlled Workspace
The good thing about custom modular offices is that they can be designed to your requirements and everything you need can be installed to your liking. Off-site manufacturing allows more custom window and door options in terms of size and design for different office needs.
HVAC systems, ceiling diffusers, modular ductwork and electrical work can be designed in a modular office in a matter of days or weeks, at a much affordable cost. For this reason, you need to work with a reliable modular contractor to help you choose the most ideal customizable options for your style and needs.
Standard Modular Office Features
Even as you’re looking for customized options, all in-plant modular offices must include a variety of standard features that are acceptable in the market. Ensure your materials meet the standard market requirement and you can start by checking the wall — it should 4 inches thick for quality temperature and sound control.
Wall thickness determines the structural integrity of the office in terms of standard seismic and structural code requirements. Other standard features include a poly-coated aluminum framework, high-grade industrial doors finished with acrylic paint, industrial-grade steel door frames grid ceiling and roof.
Inplant offices are also used other industrial application cush as:
- Sound control rooms
- Observations rooms
- Elevated offices
- Quality control offices
- Equipment store
- Server and Data Rooms
Features and Benefits of Inplant Offices
- Easy to install, disassemble, expand and/or relocate
- Good structural integrity
- Versatile in application
- Multiple color options
- Customizable fire protection systems
- Customizable HVAC systems
- Customizable mechanical system solutions
In-plant modular offices are manufactured off-site and quickly installed on-site without the mess of conventional construction as well as disassembled and relocate in need be. Versatility is also a key benefit of modular inplant office — they can out of reinforced extruded aluminum or steel.
When it comes to aesthetics modular inplant offices are generally attractive with a range of custom designs to choose from per your unique specifications.