Permanent Modular Breakroom Building

Albertson’s Food (Shaw’s) was a prior customer weighing the options of using a traditional construction method for their breakroom expansion or permanent modular. They were familiar with Triumph Modular and our buildings’ quality and durability from a previous purchase, a checkpoint building used during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The traditional construction quote to Shaw’s was in the multi-millions and would require additional permissions from the town for the expansion. After discussing their specifications, with our sales team, a customized double-wide building was our solution. The two modular units came with a small on-site footprint and a dramatically lower price tag, two of the top reasons the customer decided to move forward with Triumph Modular.

Having a turn-key solution meant giving Shaw’s team a breakroom accommodating one hundred twenty employees. At the time, the distribution center consisted of multiple small break areas inside the warehouse. The goal was to create a designated space away from the busy warehouse activities. Our construction services department was responsible for tying in utilities and electrical work such as fire suppression, security, and additional power supply. Also included in the building design were the ADA ramp system and canopy. The set and completion of the project took under three months. Shaw’s is so pleased with the outcome they are considering a similar modular solution for another location.