Temporary Buildings for Transportation and Service

A building that you can lug from one point to the next is very convenient especially for a business. This is one of the reasons why they have rapidly gained popularity. In addition, they are a lot cheaper to build and take a less time than conventional buildings.

Temporary buildings are built to last for years. However, they are rarely used for long-term projects. When a company or institution is short of space they opt for temporary buildings such as the ones provided by Smart Space Instant Buildings for the benefits they present.

These buildings are quickly dispatched to the client once they are complete and can be put to use as soon as they are assembled. Any industry or institution stands to gain a lot in terms of time and money when they invest in temporary buildings.

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How is the transportation done?

There are a few steps that we will break down to better understand the process of relocating an entire building to a new location.

On-Site Preparations

To begin with, the skirting material is removed from around the base of the building. This is the material such as vinyl and decorative material which covers the base at the foundation. This allows the builders to access external connections and disconnect water and other utilities.

Once the base is done, the decks, ramps and steps which are on the outside are taken away. Then they remove the exterior walls, roofing and disassemble gutters if there are any.

The following are removed from the interior: ceiling, flooring, and interior wall finish. Other disconnections include security alarms, internal cross-seam ductwork, electric and sprinkler systems. They then commence removing individual module sections from the foundation.

Preparation at the New Site

While one crew is dismantling the temporary building for relocation to your premises, another crew is at the premises preparing the site. These are the services you get to enjoy with a reputable company. Whatever needs to be prepped will be ready in time for the delivery of your new building. The necessary utilities and walkways will also be set up.

Transportation to the New Site and Assembly

Your building will be prepared for transportation to its new site. The crew attaches the modules to axles, wheels and hitches if they are needed. The open sides of the walls are supported with sure-walls and weatherproof plastic is wrapped around the walls to keep the building safe from the elements.

The modules are then hooked up to trucks and transported to the new site to be assembled and installed.
A crew takes over to assemble your temporary building in its new site. The crew sets the units with precision on the foundation. Interior seaming materials are set into the ceiling floor and walls. Also, the ductwork, electric, sprinklers and security alarms need to have cross-seam sections made in the interiors.

Outside, the modules are connected to water, sewer and utilities. The decks, ramps and steps are also installed. Finally, the skirting attached to the base. Once any other needed finishing touches are completed, your building is ready for use.
The transporting of your temporary building accompanied by appropriate services is a smooth process that is carried out by expert builders.