When a business or individual determines that they need to erect a new structure on their property, several factors must be taken into consideration when doing initial planning for the project. Cost, quite naturally, is a significant factor. Another important variable to be taken into consideration is the size of the building desired. And with this to be determined, a whole new series of questions need to be addressed.
Questions that may need to be answered before moving forward with any plans can involve the overall layout of the building needed. Does it all need to be spread out on one level, or can some valuable square footage space be saved by constructing a building with vertical applications, taking advantage of the open, “dead” area above the building’s ground floor? If some ground space area can be saved by integrating that space into the overall plan (whether it be operations, storage, etc.) this can ultimately be a much more considerable cost saving measure in many ways.
Customers looking to have a new building put up on their site may be wise into looking at companies that specialize in the construction of new prefab buildings with a vertical concept. The right company in such a project will incorporate all the latest technology, producing state-of-the-art facilities with a vertical concept in mind, thus taking advantage of more building space for the customer to work with.
Such vertical concept structures are being utilized more and more in such practical applications as warehousing, manufacturing, distribution, and fulfillment facilities. In addition to saving valuable, very expensive square footage on the ground, these buildings with high side walls and ceilings provide tiered internal structures, and have “small footprints”.
As a cost saving measure, such a vertical structure can save money both initially and over time, as studies have shown that such facilities can be up to 40% less expensive to build, operate, maintain, and make upgrades over a period of years.