Recently, we have built two pavilions for the Eneco power plant. The first one is 12m x 6m and the second one is 5m x 2.75m The location of the smaller pavilion was in a very difficult place, we had very little space to place the pavilion, photos below.
At a later time, he put a few photos from the unloading of a larger pavilion built of 4 modules.
I invite you to read.
A place must be prepared before delivery of the modular building. This requirement is the preparation of the substrate. This is mainly aimed at leveling the ground / surface area. Depending on the size and type of the building, we always advise on the option. There are various types of preparation of the ground base during the construction of the modular building.
Today I will briefly discuss the concrete foundation which in our opinion is the best solution
– concrete base
The beethoven base can be used to prepare the ground under our portable cabins. The concrete base is the best choice for ground preparation and we often recommend it to our clients. The main reason is the reliability of the concrete base. In particular, if the construction is to be carried out on a soft surface, the large slab of the concrete base will prevent the foundation of the building from settling on either side. The concrete base prepared in the right way is a very stable and safe ground. When the ground base is checked, discussed with our architect and prepared in the right way, all potential problems with building settlement will be avoided.
The concrete base may seem a little more difficult in terms of preparation compared to other available methods of substrate preparation. This is definitely a more time-consuming but properly prepared concrete base is a safe, long-lasting substrate solution.
I would like to emphasize the concrete base is a universal and safe option, but it is not the only option.
In future articles, we will discuss other options for the preparation of the ground base.
In order to unload your newly purchased modular building, we will require a crane. There are generally two crane types which we recommend using. It’s either the HiAb crane or a static crane.
During the process of unloading, the building is lifted as a whole and set in the correct position. If the building is large, it will consists of more parts. Each part of the building is then lifted separately, placed next to one another and joined together by our crew.
Prior to the building assembly you will be sent some information, particularly regarding the weight of your modular building. This is in order to help you choose which type of crane is required. We will always advise further if needed.
As you can see at the photo above, during unloading, a crane is equipped with a hoist lifting belt and a spread beam. These are used together in order to lift and unload a modular building. Spread beam can be supplied by the crane company or by us in some cases. Spread beam we provide, can be used in order to lift the building depending on its weight. This beam can be used up to a maximum of 4000 kg load. If the maximum load is higher, the modular building must be unloaded with the use of a crane company’s spread beam.
Other than the need for a HiAb crane, sometimes, there may be need for a static crane use instead. Most often, static crane is required in places with difficult access. Static crane may also be needed if the building is particularly heavy or large. When it comes to the process of unloading, static crane, similar to a HiAb, is equipped with a hoist lifting belt and a spread beam in order to unload a modular building. The price of a static crane use is in fact higher in comparison to a HiAb. If situation requires it though, the use of a static crane may be unavoidable.
We hope that today we brought to you the process of unloading and assembling modular building a little bit closer.
As before, I said this time unloading and assembly of the Modular building in the Netherlands Below are some photos from the unloading of the 6×5 Pavilion. A very popular building in the Netherlands because it is our third identical modular building in the Netherlands. In the near future video clip and conversation with our client.
Modular buildings, offices, etc. are erected from two or more individual steel-framed modules. Modules are connected end to end, side to side and in multiple storeys to generate buildings of size and configuration to suit the individual requirement. The individual modules are delivered to site fully fitted out, in preparation to be craned into the correct place and installed efficiently and as fast possible.
A few words about the additional protection we give to the roofs of our pavilions, technical approvals and approvals
PVC roof waterproofing membranes is a product group that NBI know very well.Different field investigations as well as accelerated weathering tests in the laboratory indicate that such products may have a long service life.
When a PVC roof waterproofing membrane hold an NBI Technical Approval, NBI expect a normal service life of at least 25 years when applied according to the producers guide and when subjected to inspections and necessary maintenance..
NBI Technical Approvals Nos 2008 and 2010 granted Protan PVC Roof Waterproofing. Membranes are based on these contracted presuppositions epectation.