Veterans, community and sponsors take part in Run to Home Base at Fenway

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Every year, Triumph Modular supports veterans by participating in the Run to Home Base at Fenway Park. As proud sponsors again for the fifth year at the Run to Home Base, we are pleased to announce our Red Sox ticket drawing winners. We had many families of veterans try their hand in a corn hole game in order to become eligible for the drawing. First, about … Read More

The Future of Modular – Reconfigurable Campus?

Linda BeeModular Building, Modular Classrooms, Modular Construction, Modular Offices, Permanent Modular, Temporary Modular, Uncategorized1 Comment

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Modular Reconfigurable Campus Every day, we are asked where the future of modular building is headed?  What will a classroom look like in 2025?  Can an office complex be relocated from one location to another? What is the standard for healthy livable work spaces?  Do you have a relocatable building that can be leased for a couple of years?  Do these buildings meet … Read More

Veterans triumph in Run to Home Base at Fenway

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Run to Home Base and Triumph

Proud to be a Sponsor of Run to Home Base ~ Saturday,  July 23rd  – Triumph will be at Fenway Park on the concourse as a Sponsor for Run to Home Base. Since its inception in 2010,  Triumph has been honored to support the men and women who serve in the Military thru our involvement with Run to Home Base.    The Red … Read More

2016 Facilities Management Trends to Watch

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Facilities Management Trends – Overall we have seen a dramatic decrease in the amount of space allocated to each employee, mainly due to ever increasing flexibility and mobility with ability to bring devices to work or work from home. In addition, building operational efficiency is still important as well as the integration of systems; HVAC, boiler, lighting and the like … Read More

Modular is “Minimally Invasive” Construction

Rusty WilliamsModular Building, Modular Classrooms, Modular Construction0 Comments


“Minimally invasive surgery” may seem like an odd term to compare with construction, but it’s appropriate when considering the level of disruption construction can cause to your company or school. A minimally invasive medical procedure is designed to minimize the impact, pain and recovery time. Changing any aspect of your office or school facilities also causes disruption for your employees, … Read More

Temporarily Permanent Buildings

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We’re conditioned to think of modular construction in two distinct categories: temporary and permanent.  These two options even help to organize the information in our web site.  But these distinctions are blurring. There are a growing number of clients asking for a hybrid solution, or “temporarily permanent” buildings. Here are just a few examples: A rural liberal arts college needs … Read More

The Customer is #1

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The Triumph Philosophy is the Customer is #1. It’s baseball season. Fans in New England are sporting caps with the ever popular B. We recently conducted a survey where respondents had the chance to become a lucky winner of BOTH Patriots and Celtics season tickets this month. We offered coveted season tickets to encourage our customers and prospects to participate in … Read More

Space as a Service – The New SaaS

Rusty WilliamsIndustry Insights, Modular Building, Modular Construction0 Comments

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With the benefits of modular construction there are a growing number of reasons to think of space as a service, rather than a product. Borrowing a term from the technology world, Space as a Service is becoming the new “SaaS”. For technology professionals, SaaS stands for “software as a service” and refers to powerful applications that run in the cloud … Read More

Salute to Sears, a Pre-fab Pioneer

Rusty WilliamsModular Construction, Permanent Modular, Residential Development2 Comments

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The year was 1908.  Teddy Roosevelt was president.  Oklahoma had just become the 46th state.  And only the very rich owned automobiles.  But for around $1000 you could buy a house from a catalog.  That’s right.  A whole house, by mail order from Sears. Sears, best known for retail today, started in 1888 as a catalog selling watches.  By the … Read More

Leave No Trace Building

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Leave no trace. For campers and hikers this phase means enjoying the beauty of wilderness parks and trails without impacting wildlife and the environment. For Triumph, the mantra has important implications for how we approach many modular building projects. For traditional construction, this phrase doesn’t apply. Constructing a building is typically approached with the assumption that it will be in … Read More