Guide to Architectural Design in Modular Construction

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5 Whys Booklet - Guide to Architectural Design in Modular Construction

Learn About the Five W’s of Modular/Offsite Construction — WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, HOW — with this Guide to Architectural Design in Modular Construction

At Triumph, we have exclusively used modular practices to build commercial buildings for over twenty years. We have learned many things through direct experience during this time. Most important has been recognizing the experts in the field who are most credible to assist owners in maximizing the use of standardization and offsite construction. Modular is a very logical, and today, a well-recognized advancement which reduces the complexities of construction. But because it’s a specialized process, it requires specialized skills and a different approach.

One of our goals it to help teach these skills. We are available to conduct lunch ‘n learn sessions with architects and owners to discuss their projects. We found this new booklet from the Modular Building Institute covering the “Five W’s” of modular construction a good resource for architects and owners interested in accelerated modular construction.

This online “flipbook” version includes:

  • Definition of Modular Construction

  • Design Considerations

  • When to Use Modular

  • Primary Markets Served

  • Pre-Construction Planning

Architectural Design in Modular Construction

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A graduate of Boston University School of Law (90), Glenn left a legal career for Triumph in 2003. A LEED AP (USGBC) he works with clients primarily in preconstruction to form healthy foundations for successful projects. Glenn advocates for the value proposition in prefabricated forms of construction, believing in the many benefits of “activation space” or “swing space” as well in the “modularization” of permanent building construction. He also enjoys an active curriculum in architecture and building science.

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