Many schools are now turning to transportable building systems as a solution to their space issues. These buildings are also known as modular buildings or portable classrooms.
One of the biggest advantages of using portable buildings is the short construction time. These buildings can be assembled and ready for use in only a few weeks. Additionally, as opposed to traditional buildings, the construction process doesn’t interfere with the daily activities of the school.
Another reason schools are choosing portable buildings is their flexibility. These buildings can be expanded or dismantled to meet the changing needs of the school. They can also be moved from one location to another with ease.
In terms of cost, transportable buildings are more cost-effective than traditional buildings. They require fewer materials and labour hours, which results in a lower cost per square foot. Additionally, as these buildings can be completed in a shorter time period, there is less labour cost involved.
Aside from the cost benefits, portable buildings are also environmentally friendly. Since they are constructed in a factory-like setting, waste is minimized and can be recycled. When the building has served its purpose, it can be disassembled and the materials can be reused or recycled.
More and more schools are turning to transportable building systems as an alternative to traditional buildings. The cost-effectiveness, flexibility, and environmental friendliness of these buildings make them an attractive option for any school in need of additional space.