Triumph Selected as UCANE’s Associate Member of the Month

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Utility Contractors’ Association of New England (UCANE) Features Triumph’s Mobile Office Big Room in May Issue of Construction Outlook The Utility Contractors’ Association of New England (UCANE) is comprised of over 250 major contractors and associated businesses who perform underground utility construction projects in Massachusetts and throughout New England. A longstanding member of the Association, Triumph has provided field offices and storage … Read More

Triumph Modular – Mobile APP hits handheld devices April 2017

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Triumph Modular Mobile App

Apps Make Life Easier! Congratulations Linda Bee and Triumph Modular.  This blog is to memorialize a major milestone – to thank Linda Bee and our marketing department for giving our customers the ability to contact our company via handheld and other mobile devices with the newly launched Triumph Mobile App.  I don’t want to soon forget this accomplishment and the gratitude … Read More

Effective teamwork boils down to some rather “touchy – feely” ideas

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modular collaboration

Here are some how to’s  and ideas we have about effective collaboration and facilitation: Develop a close relationship with each person on the project team, get to know them. Lead with humility. Leave other people better for having been in your company. Always allow the other person to save face. Be empathetic and curious, be grateful and kind in your … Read More

Pagliuca Life Lab at Harvard University and NRB Win “Best of Show” at the 2017 Modular Building Institute Awards of Distinction

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Pagliuca Life Lab at Harvard University receives top honors in international modular competition. Triumph Modular Incorporated, and manufacturing partner NRB Inc., both long time members of the Modular Building Institute (MBI), an international modular trade organization, were awarded First Place, as well as the prestigious Best of Show in the permanent modular category for the Pagliuca Life Lab at Harvard ... Read More

The Scoop from SCUP – College Planning Conference Recap

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The Society for College and University Planning — known as “SCUP” — held its North Atlantic regional conference at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). The campus was the perfect setting for the conference theme — “Building Bridges:  Co-ops, Consortia and the Collaborative Economy”.  WPI is one of the first colleges to emphasize project-based learning and has formed strong relationships with the city … Read More

Marketing Center – Boston Seaport 2017 – Developer Leads with an example of LEED GOLD

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Quick to Deploy Buildings at Boston Seaport

Modern, quick to deploy buildings demonstrate vision for the future in Boston. Triumph Modular worked with the development team at Berkshire Group to help them bring “the new Boston” to life in the thriving Seaport District of Boston. Berkshire wanted a temporary marketing space that would accurately demonstrate their vision for the world-class residential and retail experience that will set the … Read More

Emergence of 10-Year Buildings for Long-Term Campus Planning

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The January/February 2017 issue of Facility Manager Magazine features an article titled “The Surprising Emergence of 10-Year Buildings for Long-Term Campus Planning.”  It’s written by Rusty Williams whose focus here at Triumph Modular is educational and special-use buildings.  The article explores how colleges and universities are turning to modular construction for much quicker time-to-occupancy, and to have the option to … Read More

The Value of Concurrent Construction

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Time is money.  It’s an old adage but more applicable than ever — especially with the long lead-times required for most construction projects. The duration of a project impacts the ultimate value. If an apartment complex can be completed four months earlier, it translates into four months’ worth of additional rent. If a new dormitory can be completed a semester … Read More