In the last two decades or so the uses of modular buildings on campuses, particularly around the New England states can be summarized into three different examples:
Short term temporary classroom rentals: Often our modular classrooms serve a short term use, (under three years) during times of renovation, bulging enrollment or while longer term plans are under development. Short term spaces can be utilized at a relatively low cost affording schools opportunity to try a new space as a lab or offices for staff, while they complete design or funding of a permanent facility. These units are typically not customized, affording the added benefit of very fast deployment to site and occupancy.
“Three to Five year” – Intermediate Term classroom leases: can endure well beyond the users short term needs when necessary. Typically, Triumph uses existing inventory but works with the client to customize and modify to meet their needs.
Permanent buildings – Capable of being leased: Many schools have seen examples of modular “trailers” that are made of steel, concrete, glass and brick and do not lack the custom features and high quality of a “90” year building, at the same time they see the value in leasing such a space. Finishes are chosen by the school, similar to those in newly constructed facilities.
The differences in these spaces are found in the speed by which they are designed, the extent of customization, and the costs. We work with you to find the category for which you are comfortable.