Modular Offices | Seattle
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.
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What Are Modular Offices?
Modular workspaces are a type of industrial or commercial workspace that is prefabricated offsite and is temporary or semi-permanent in nature. Panel built modular workspaces employ a panel system that enables fast and convenient installation into an existing warehouse or production facility.
In warehouses, distribution operations and production facilities across the country, modular office spaces are put in place to permit desk workers to collocate in spaces that are principally industrial in nature. These versatile systems can add quiet, sheltered, climate controlled workspace to just about any commercial building, and can oftentimes be erected in a matter of hours.
Why Choose Modular Offices vs Standard Construction?
Modular offices maintain enormous benefits versus building out standard structures inside your building. Because they’re constructed using prefabricated components, they’re much more flexible than permanent construction and can quickly be expanded, moved, adjusted or taken away. These structures may also be eligible for shorter term depreciation under the Section 179 deduction, permitting a full write-off during the year of acquisition. This is a significant tax windfall in comparison with a typical depreciation schedule. Additionally, modular building can be a fraction of the cost of traditional construction.
In general, there is no requirement for architects, structural engineers or builders when setting up a modular office; kits are prefabricated and straightforward to put together.
Modular Office Uses
While the phrase “modular office” implies that these systems are meant only to be put to use as office space, in reality they are used for a wide spectrum of functions. For those contemplating a warehouse acquisition, relocation or redesign, there are several possible applications for modular systems.
Modular Employee Break Rooms & Cafeterias
Having a comfortable, climate controlled, well-lit area for your employees to take safety breaks or lunch hours can improve employee satisfaction and contribute to a productive and happy workforce.
Shipping and Receiving Departments
Quite often, industrial facilities need shipping and receiving offices. Modular offices are well suited for isolating these areas from the plant floor or warehouse. As demand fluctuates, they can also be sized accordingly with very little effort.
Modular Conference Areas
Modular conference rooms are ideal for employee training, meetings, and client reception areas. Almost all businesses require a shared meeting area and adding a modular conference facility can make a huge difference in your daily business environment.
Modular Electronic Equipment Room Enclosures
Manufacturing floors and warehouses can be less than ideal environments for onsite computers, servers, routers and switching equipment. For delicate equipment that needs to be deployed in dirty or dusty conditions, server room enclosures can provide just the right amount of protection and security at a relatively low cost.
On Site Labs
Very often, manufacturing, engineering, and scientific centers require separate work areas, or laboratories, for specific activities. A modular workspace can easily be installed to provide the infrastructure required to build a fully operational lab.
Modular Offices Near Me
To find out more about modular office options and capabilities, speak 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's Seattle service operation includes most of Western Washington, including Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Bothell, Woodinville, Lynnwood, Everett, Tukwila, Renton, SeaTac, Burien, Kent, Federal Way, Fife, Sumner, Auburn, Tacoma, Lakewood, Puyallup, Olympia, Lacey and surrounding areas.
6607 S 287th St
Auburn, WA 98001