Modular Flat Staging

Modular Flat Staging

Modular Flat Staging is a construction method that involves pre-fabricated units being transported to a site and assembled using a crane. The modules can be a complete building or just components or sub-assemblies of larger structures. Many projects use a combination of modular and traditional site built solutions to exploit the strengths of each type of construction.

Modules may be constructed in wood framing, concrete, cold-formed steel framing or a variety of other material assemblages. They are typically 60% to 90% completed offsite and then transported to the building site for assembly. Modular construction allows for increased productivity and reduces overall costs due to the elimination of construction delays, labor and materials waste, quality control and rework that occur on site.

In addition to the speed and cost advantages of offsite construction, modular buildings can be constructed with a wider range of finishes than conventional site-built construction. This flexibility can help a building owner attract and retain tenants or buyers.

From Setup to Showtime: How to Build a Modular Flat Stage for Your Event

Staging allows a property to be staged with furniture, appliances and other features that make it more attractive to potential renters or buyers. Often, the staging process can also highlight a space’s multifunctionality. For example, staging a dining room that can easily be transformed into an office or living area allows a buyer to see how they can use the space.

Unlike traditional metal frames and decks, the modular stages we offer are designed to be portable and easy to transport. These staging options are lightweight and come complete with sturdy frames, decks and access steps in high-quality birch plywood. They are also easy to assemble and require no tools or extra help. In addition, all of our staging can be flattened and folded to fit into a convenient Carry Bag, that will fit into the trunk of any car.

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