Sustainable Modular Buildings – Green Modular Design

green modular design

Efficient use of labor and materials make permanent modular construction inherently greener than most conventionally built structures. Green modular design offers sustainability benefits. The controlled off-site construction benefits include:

  • Fewer material deliveries and transportation
  • Fewer job site impacts
  • Reduction in waste, and pollutants
  • Fewer losses, misplacements
  • Increased worker safety

Triumph partners with architects and manufacturers to create award-winning modular buildings that utilize the latest in sustainable building design principles. Whether you are seeking to meet the LEED® standards set by the U.S. Green Building Council or are trying to achieve greater energy efficiency, Triumph can help you “go green.” Green building design features include:

  • Environmentally friendly insulation
  • Low to no VOC interior wall and floor finishes
  • Improved day lighting
  • White roofing to reflect heat
  • Energy efficient utility systems
  • Entrance vestibules for improved HVAC efficiency
  • Occupancy sensors for lights and heating systems
  • Recycled carpet tiles to reduce landfill waste

In addition several members of our project team hold LEED® credentials.

Our multi-unit residential project in Acton, McCarthy Village obtained a LEED®Gold designation.

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