As car maker/manufacturer Faraday Future prepares to unveil their first prototype car of the future, we reflect back to the car company’s recent press release announcing their plans of building a new battery manufacturing facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Building out their spaces using traditional stick-built, high energy consuming, long schedule, and resource draining methods. OR
- Use a modular/demountable wall of higher quality, better/stronger engineering, more long-term sustainability, efficient, cost effective, and resource saving wall with shorter installation and reusable options.
Facilities, which lack the abilities to pivot quickly, often experience a serious roadblock to innovation and efficiency. Modular/demountable and environmentally friendly wall technologies allow any facility to pivot quickly. Companies such as Faraday and Tesla, who rightfully tout their eco-conscious/energy saving product foot prints could further tout an energy efficient footprint in their facilities, which tend to be the biggest offenders of energy consumption.
How so you ask? Companies like Lada Cube are creating wonderful modular wall technology that offers one of the most environmental friendly architectural accomplishments to come along in recent years. A wall that looks, feels, and functions like a traditional wall with the benefits of being reconfigurable and relocatable. According to McGraw-Hill Financial, “modular building is the fastest growing area in the new construction segment” and there are reasons why.
As companies like Apple, Tesla, Faraday, Google and Amazon work towards revamping their campuses and building new headquarters, it’s time to reconsider how walls are being used. The century old stick and roll insulation built structure model has long been overdue for radical transformation. Lada Cube technologies are leading this new modular/demountable model with walls that offer much more flexibility as well as 134% more energy efficiency for huge savings. We sincerely apologize to traditional walls, as it’s not even a fair fight. Seriously.
"WE SINCERELY APOLOGIZE TO TRADITIONAL WALLS, AS IT'S NOT EVEN A FAIR FIGHT... SERIOUSLY"
Search engine giant Google is on the verge of becoming the leader in modular/demountable wall design with their newly planned modular HQ, which will contain movable walls, so that rooms can be re-shaped and re-designed according to what people’s needs are.
For example, two or three smaller offices can be merged together to create another conference room or vice-versa, a conference room could be turned into multiple offices in case there’s a shift in Google’s floor plan needs. This modular/demountable wall build-out for the new campus HQ’s will be absolutely huge. The campus and the modular HQ structure is yet another push from the company trying to emphasize that Google has long gone past being just a search engine.
With large new facilities and corporate campuses for the companies listed above, either planned or in the works, modular/demountable companies like Lada Cube, are on the cusp of tremendous growth. Modular/demountable walls will save these companies and many more, millions of dollars in time, energy, and resources.
"MODULAR/DEMOUNTABLE WALLS WILL SAVE THESE COMPANIES AND MANY MORE, MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN TIME, ENERGY, AND RESOURCES"
As the plans for these new campuses have been or are being submitted, we’re going to begin to see major changes to the infrastructure of how walls are used and how leading companies like Google rethink spaces. According to the Wall Street Journal, "Google’s planned new buildings are modular, so interior walls can be moved to change the size and shape of rooms. This would give Google flexibility to alter work areas as its needs change."
Lada Cube is a perfect example of construction improved through technology.
The specific benefits of modular/demountable walls on construction projects are:
- Higher degree of quality assurance and quality control
- Accelerated timelines to completion
- Better control of costs
- Waste reduction
- Reduced team traffic on job site
- Drastically reduced weather delays
- Factory conditions that allow for more precise cutting and assembly, and for more frequent and complete component inspections
- Improved ability to address the challenges of structures within a factory controlled environment
- Internal channels for electrical and data needs
- 134% higher energy efficiency leads to lower energy costs
- 7-year depreciation through the MACRS (Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System)
Additional benefits of prefab and modularization on construction projects are:
- Workers can address unique requirements of infection control and HVAC systems without space limitations
- Better flexibility when additional space or new technologies are needed as new modular structures can be attached to an existing building more easily and less expensively
Modular construction is even more attractive as major challenges in building facilities exist in finding skilled workers. Instead of the tradesmen needing to be where the project is, the structure is prepared where the tradesmen are.
It’s time to make the change to modular/demountable wall solutions. Contact us today for more information on how your company can gain a competitive edge and save resources.