What is a modular building?

A modular building is constructed from two or more individual modules or bays. Each module is basically a portable cabin with only two end walls on that are then connected. This gives a larger building without having lots of internal walls thus giving a larger and more efficient open plan space internally. Each module can still be craned in by a lorry and then when each module or bay is sited they will have the electrical bay to bay and weather sealing joints completed. All the individual modules will need to be completed before you can use the building. A modular building can be double or triple stacked and as it has more open plan internal space than e.g. double stacked portable cabins, internal staircases and lifts can be fitted to give a more effective working environment.