STREAMLINE PROJECTS FOR SEAMLESS EFFICIENCY.

MODULAR AND PREFABRICATION CONSTRUCTION

McClure is always looking for ways to improve efficiency. We proudly offer design for both modular and prefabrication as innovative solutions for your next project. By simplifying the construction process, you will see faster erection and a greater return on your investment.

While the terms “modular” and “prefabricated” are sometimes used interchangeably, at McClure they’re each a unique process. Anything manufactured away from the building site is considered prefabricated, but modular construction is a little more specific. We’ll help you with the difference.

 

PREFABRICATION CONSTRUCTION

Prefabrication construction is a method in which components are finished ahead of time before being moved to the building site. “Prefab” components are typically for the walls, floors, and roofing. Other structural elements like elevator shafts and staircases can be manufactured this way.

Some prefab panels are left “open,” while others may include finished sections of your utilities, insulation, and ductwork.

 

MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Modular construction takes things a step further. A module is a finished room or space made entirely from prefabricated components, like a hotel room packed neatly inside a box. Modular buildings are versatile, with different modules stacked and arranged however you like. And since all the details have been taken care of beforehand, installation can be much simpler.

Because modular buildings require premade components, they are always considered prefabricated. Keep in mind the reverse isn’t true; prefabricated buildings don’t require a modular design or modular elements.

STREAMLINE PROJECTS FOR SEAMLESS EFFICIENCY.

MODULAR AND PREFABRICATION CONSTRUCTION

McClure is always looking for ways to improve efficiency. We proudly offer design for both modular and prefabrication as innovative solutions for your next project. By simplifying the construction process, you will see faster erection and a greater return on your investment.

While the terms “modular” and “prefabricated” are sometimes used interchangeably, at McClure they’re each a unique process. Anything manufactured away from the building site is considered prefabricated, but modular construction is a little more specific. We’ll help you with the difference.

PREFABRICATION CONSTRUCTION

Prefabrication construction is a method in which components are finished ahead of time before being moved to the building site. “Prefab” components are typically for the walls, floors, and roofing. Other structural elements like elevator shafts and staircases can be manufactured this way.

Some prefab panels are left “open,” while others may include finished sections of your utilities, insulation, and ductwork.

MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Modular construction takes things a step further. A module is a finished room or space made entirely from prefabricated components, like a hotel room packed neatly inside a box. Modular buildings are versatile, with different modules stacked and arranged however you like. And since all the details have been taken care of beforehand, installation can be much simpler.

Because modular buildings require premade components, they are always considered prefabricated. Keep in mind the reverse isn’t true; prefabricated buildings don’t require a modular design or modular elements.

WHERE WE MAKE AN IMPACT

 

McClure can help make your next building project a success.

WHERE WE MAKE AN IMPACT

 

  • Licensed in 48 States plus D.C.
  • Engineer of Record Architectural Services
  • Full Building Systems Designed with Cold-Formed Steel (CFS)
  • Complex CFS Framing with Radiused Surfaces
  • Reinforced Concrete including Precast and Prestressed
  • Storm Shelters and Hardened Structures
  • Specially Designed CFS Roof and Floor Open Web Trusses
  • Non-Bearing CFS Cladding and Wall Systems
  • Historic Rehab and Repurposing
  • Blast and Progressive Collapse Resistant Structures (D.O.D.)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Structural Services
  • Value Engineering Solutions including Design Build Experience
  • Special Analysis – Vibration, Instrumentation, Testing, High Seismic, etc.
  • Structural Evaluations, Insurance and Property Assessments
  • Peer Reviews and Expert Witness
  • Modular and Prefabrication Design