Modular Offices | Stockton

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Raymond West is one of the largest warehouse equipment suppliers in the West.

We offer complete modular office systems for warehouses and other industrial applications.

Call us today at (800) 675-2500

What Are Modular Offices?

Modular workspaces are semi-permanent or temporary pre-built structures that are used in industrial or commercial environments. Panel style modular structures utilize a panel system that enables fast and easy installation into an existing warehouse or manufacturing facility.

In warehouses, distribution operations and production facilities throughout the country, modular workspaces are put in place to permit desk workers to operate in spaces that are principally industrial in nature. These flexible systems can add noise shielded, secure, temperature controlled space to nearly any commercial structure, and can usually be assembled in less than a day.

Why Choose Modular Offices vs Standard Construction?

Modular structures offer significant advantages over constructing standard structures inside your building. Because they’re constructed using prefabricated elements, they’re far more flexible than permanent construction and can quickly be expanded, moved, reconfigured or demolished. These structures may also be eligible for shorter term depreciation under the Section 179 deduction, enabling a 100% write-off in the course of the purchase year. This is a significant tax windfall in comparison with a typical depreciation timeframe. Moreover, modular construction is sometimes 50% of the cost of permanent construction.

There is generally no need for architects, structural engineers or builders when setting up a modular office; kits are prefabricated and simple to assemble.

Modular Office Uses

Although the label “modular office” implies that these structures are designed specifically to be used as office space, they are commonly employed for a broad variety of purposes. If you’re considering an industrial building purchase, relocation or reconfiguration, here are some potential use scenarios for modular construction.

Modular Employee Cafeterias or Break Rooms

Having a hospitable, climate controlled, brightly lit oasis for your employees to relax and recharge during breaks and lunch hours can boost morale and contribute to a productive and happy workforce.

Shipping and Receiving Departments

Many facilities need shipping and receiving departments. Modular offices are well suited for enclosing these areas and segregating them from the plant floor or warehouse. They can also be expanded or reduced as demand fluctuates.

Modular Conference Rooms

For meetings, trainings, or client reception, modular offices are the perfect solution. Almost all businesses need a collective meeting area and adding a modular conference facility can make a significant difference in your daily business environment.

Modular Electronic Equipment Room Enclosures

Production facilities and storage facilities can be inhospitable environments for onsite computers, servers, routers and switching equipment. To keep sensitive equipment secure in dusty or dirty conditions, server room enclosures can offer security and protection while keeping costs in check.


Very often, engineering, production, and scientific departments require separate spaces, or laboratories, for designated activities. A modular office can easily be added to house a fully operational lab.

Modular Offices Near Me

To get more information about modular office capabilities and options, get in touch with an industrial facility specialist at Raymond West today! Our team of of highly trained experts can help with the design and specification of a wide range of industrial and warehouse modular office solutions.

Raymond West's Stockton facility serves much of the northern Central Valley, including Stockton, Lathrop, Lodi, Tracy, Modesto, and Merced.

Raymond West | Stockton Material Handling Equipment Supplier

19107 Christopher Way
Lathrop, CA 95330
(800) 675-2500