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Prefabricated Building Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Santa Ana, CA 800-394-7699

    As a manufacturer of modular buildings, including inplant modular offices, exterior steel buildings, guard buildings, fork liftable and crane liftable buildings, multi-level buildings and mezzanines, Abtech offers turnkey installations or packages for install by end user. Our modular structures are constructed of steel, are free-standing & manufactured under strict quality control methods.

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  • Harrison Township, MI 586-468-2947

    For prefabricated buildings on which you can rely, go with the company that has been in the business for over 60 years. Par-Kut International has been manufacturing portable steel buildings since 1954. Our prefabricated buildings include steel shelters, modular aluminum, bus, smoking and operator shelters, offices and booths. To bring you these high quality products, we combine heavy duty, low maintenance material with uncompromised workmanship. Invest in Par-Kut.

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  • Livermore, CA 925-453-3193

    For over 40 years, Mobile Modular has been a leader in the modular building industry. We offer a wide range of modular buildings, including mobile offices, modular complexes, and blast-resistant modular, as well as customization options to build the best modular buildings for our customer's needs. Mobile Modular also offers temporary and permanent modular buildings to meet the needs of a wide range of industries, including industrial, commercial, and construction.

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  • Utica, NY 888-632-0247

    Serving contractors and architects, we offer customized structures to fit your specific needs. We build aluminum buildings, steel buildings, aluminum and steel shelters and bullet-resistant structures. Austin Mohawk and Company's dedication to excellence sets us apart from the rest.

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  • Corona, CA 800-959-0878

    If you are in need of a modular building then you have come to the right place. Customer satisfaction is paramount to our company and we take extra steps to make your experience with us a positive one. We are recognized as a business leader and our success is based off your success. Contact us today for your next project and let us add you to our list of satisfied customers.

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Prefabricated Buildings

Prefabricated buildings, sometimes called "prefab buildings" for short, are structures that are largely or entirely built off-site. Because of this system, very little construction actually has to take place on the site where the building will stand. In fact, it is not unusual for the only construction that takes place on the building site to be the laying of a small foundation, such as a concrete slab, on which the building will stand.

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Uses of Prefabricated Buildings

One way to think about prefabricated buildings is to compare them to tents. Tents are shelters made of a few simple parts that can be assembled quickly and easily to make a temporary or semi-permanent living structure. Prefabricated buildings operate off of the same idea. Though prefabricated buildings are frequently used as portable offices and workspaces, they have become and continue to become quite popular as living spaces as well. A common prefabricated building is the trailer, which is often used as a permanent residence or as temporary living and working spaces for professionals such as actors, construction workers and archaeologists working in remote areas. Trailers can be purchased in complete form and moved from place to place as needed, making them quintessential prefabricated buildings.

Another form of prefabricated building that has been rising in popularity is the "tiny house." Tiny houses are easy to move and can be assembled, generally, in two to five days. Their relative affordability, ease and speed of construction and small carbon footprint make them favored both by some proponents of affordable housing and by those following the minimalist movement. They can be ordered with "green" materials, such as solar panels, prefabricated structural concrete insulated panels (SCIPS), recyclable steel frames and other low-energy and recycled materials. Prefabricated buildings have also served as invaluable assets in disaster areas. After a flood, hurricane, fire or any other disaster, they may be assembled quite quickly and used as a place of temporary housing and relief for survivors or as a workspace for disaster relief workers. Consumers may also purchase prefabricated homes that are significantly larger than a trailer. They may be as tall as two or three stories high. Such a home will be delivered in numerous large but complete parts. Walls, for instance, are frequently delivered with the windows already installed.



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