Triumph is the leading specialty contractor for mobile and modular buildings throughout New England. We rent and lease high quality temporary buildings such as classrooms and we have a permanent modular construction division. Our focus is on raising the bar and elevating the design and performance of both temporary and permanent building space.

We are Redefining Modular   ®

With more than 34 years of experience, Triumph Modular Inc. has worked with owners, architects and engineers to design and build custom modular buildings.  Today we operate in two distinct markets.

modular classrooms

Our “Relocatable Buildings” division provides temporary space specific to the needs of our repeat customers throughout many industries.  Examples of temporary modular construction include construction trailers, office space, temporary school buildings and emergency housing.  It is our opinion that space can be efficient and innovative even when utilized short term.

modular childcare center

In our “Permanent Modular Construction” (PMC) division we oversee and manage the design, fabrication and installation of permanent custom buildings.  Buildings are built to near completion in a factory and then installed on site, a process that is inherently less site disruptive than other forms of project delivery.  Our experience has moved in lock step with other early adopters of “modular” who together have arrived at today’s deepest understanding of the do’s and don’ts involved in this process.  Triumph’s permanent modular construction team members have over 95 years of combined experience with “Modular Buildings”.

Regardless of whether a building is permanent or capable of relocation, our proving it possible that complex building construction can be accelerated without compromises to design or quality is among our top goals as a company, second only to developing a close knit team of people internally.

View our project portfolio to learn more about some of our award winning modular buildings.

  • A 5,800 square foot Green Child Care Center in Cambridge, MA 2011 winner of USGBC Massachusetts Innovation in Green Design award.
  • A permanent, 6,000 square foot classroom addition at Oak Hill Middle School in Newton, MA one of the first public bid projects requiring green design.
  • A 38,000 square foot 35 classroom project in Needham, MA winner of the National Modular Building Institute awards “Best in Show” and “Best Green Building” in 2011.

With several LEED professionals on our team, we seek and gain knowledge in the areas of lean construction, green design and the integrated team building approach of modular delivery. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work with the best factories, architects, engineers, and contractors.