Modular objects, or in this case modular halls, are distinguished, as the name suggests, by their modular construction. It consists in building a facility from individual repeatable modules, which give us basically unlimited possibilities with standard, proven solutions. Modular industrial buildings are built from solid steel construction, and the roof and walls are usually covered with sandwich panels – unless the investor wishes otherwise. However, sandwich panels are the ideal material for this, due to their thermal insulation properties and ease of installation. Industrial buildings are equipped with various types of doors, gates, wall windows and skylights – everything depends on the investor’s individual needs. So, on the one hand, we have standard ready-made modules and, on the other, a lot of flexibility in creating objects. Also regarding the external appearance and colours, there is a lot of room for manoeuvre, thanks to which our industrial facility can distinguish itself from others and thus attract attention.
Modular construction of buildings, in spite of appearances, offers great flexibility. As we mentioned earlier, on the one hand, specific already defined modules are used for construction, on the basis of which the design of the industrial building is created. On the other hand, however, regular construction provides opportunities for later reconstruction and expansion of the building. If we need more space as our business develops, we can easily extend the modular hall by adding additional modules. This also allows disassembly, relocation and re-assembly if necessary.