Modular Construction and Environmental Benefits

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modular construction environmental benefits

Does Modular Construction have environmental benefits? We would like to explore modular construction environmental benefits.  In a recent article by Jess Shanahan of Construction Global, one of the largest sources of waste is from the construction industry, it’s estimated that 25 to 40% of solid waste in the USA is from construction and demolition, with only 20% being recycled. Generally, a new … Read More

Offsite construction methods become more popular in 2016

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Offsite Construction

Offsite construction methods is one of the top 10 trends to watch in 2016 according to Construction Dive Offsite — also known as modular or prefabricated — construction has been gaining ground as an alternative building method that offers the benefits of reduced construction time, less waste and possible cost savings. As companies struggle to staff job sites and stick to difficult schedules, many have started to turn to … Read More

Modular Construction Advantages in Urban Areas

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With 30-50% faster completion time, and less time needed on the construction site, it’s becoming more difficult to ignore modular building. Not only are modular construction practices efficient, they are making an impact in urban areas like San Francisco, New York, and major cities overseas. Modular building in urban areas offers builders better quality control, reduces production costs, and due … Read More

The Stages of Volumetric Modular Construction

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The Stages of Volumetric Modular Construction There are four stages that take place with volumetric modular construction. Design approval by the owner, architect, developer and any authorities having jurisdiction over the project. Next, assembly of module components in a controlled factory setting. Then transportation of modules to the project site where they will be assembled to create a building.  Lastly, … Read More

Triumph Modular’s Lean Journey: Becoming a More Efficient Workforce, Delivering Greater Customer Value

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triumph's lean journey team

At the Lean Construction Institute in January 2015, Triumph President Cliff Cort attended a Lean training, facilitated by Haley & Aldrich, an environmental and engineering consultancy that applies Lean principles to help their clients realize powerful results. After this training, we understood Lean and its “hidden power” in a whole new way. With this new understanding, leadership at Triumph decided … Read More

DETERMINING CODE COMPLIANCE FOR RELOCATABLE MODULAR BUILDINGS

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DETERMINING CODE COMPLIANCE FOR “RELOCATABLE MODULAR BUILDINGS” More help for relocatable modular buildings coming in 2018 International Building Code First, did you know that relocatable buildings (RB’s) also referred to, as industrialized buildings are different than permanent modular buildings? RB’s are designed and constructed with the primary purpose of being used multiple times and travel from one place to another, … Read More

Every Child’s perspective is improved 50 yards offshore!

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Courageous Sailing

Not your typical classroom education ~ Triumph is a proud supporter and friend of Courageous Sailing.  A few years ago we donated a small Modular Office Building along with some storage space.    This year we helped wrap a container to help Courageous build brand identity and awareness of its cause.   Courageous is a great Boston company for which we are proud … Read More

Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Helping to Build a Stronger Economy

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Triumph awarded workforce training grant

Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Helping to Build a Stronger Economy As a citizen of Massachusetts and co-principal of a small business here in the State I don’t recall the last time our State government did something so positive that I would I would want to write about it. The Baker-Polito Administration Award $9 million in Workforce Training … Read More

5 Modular Construction Myths

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Modular construction is mythical but not in the way you might think. There are plenty of modular construction myths regarding what modular construction is defined as and what it is capable of. Today we will dispel five of the common modular construction myths and misconceptions. MYTH #1: Modular means no design flexibility. There is NOT a one size fits all … Read More

PowerPAD the Pop-Up Retail Solution

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pop up retail

PowerPAD – Pop-Up Retail Solution What is a pop-up retail solution? Triumph’s PowerPad is an industry first, lock-up, 8’ x 20’ mobile space equipped with solar power, and battery storage. It is flexible, can be used as a temporary or permanent facility. Use it anywhere no need to be tied to the grid! The PowerPAD is secure, ready-to-operate, convenient, quick … Read More