Sustainable Modular Stories / September 16, 2019


Winning Fans with Modular Press Boxes

For many folks, September means one thing: football season. What does that have to do with modular buildings? Everything — if you’re forced to camp out in a press box on an 85-degree day. Especially for campuses with active sports teams, replacing an out-of-date wooden press box with a modular one can instantly give you a home-team advantage.


From football to baseball, for many traditional high school and college stadiums, press boxes are a second thought. They’re mostly unairconditioned, which means anyone who’s spending a decent amount of time in them is sweating through the dog days of summer and beyond. Modular press boxes come standard with full HVAC systems — no retroactive fittings necessary.

Rapid construction

Especially on a student campus, timing is a huge factor in terms of planning a new building — even a small one — since there’s limited time when construction isn’t prohibitive to school-year foot traffic. Modular buildings are built off-site and delivered for assembly, leaving a minimal construction footprint. The total amount of time for on-site construction often tops out at just two weeks.

Built to last

Unlike traditional wood-frame press boxes that have a 10- to 20-year lifespan, modular press boxes are assembled offsite with steel frames, making them strong enough to last for generations.

To check out one of our custom press boxes, click here.


Topics: modular building, offsite build, press box, rapid construction

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