Sustainable Modular Buildings – Green Modular Design

The 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.