Permanent modular construction is revolutionizing the way we think about building by enhancing efficiency, increasing quality, reducing delays and boosting sustainability. The demand for modular construction has increased significantly in recent years, and as a result, modular building companies have begun searching for ways to improve the efficiency of their manufacturing processes.
One company leading that charge is Modular Steel Systems, Inc. Asked to help a prominent hotel chain build their latest project in less time and at a reduced cost, Modular Steel Systems searched for a way to improve its efficiency without sacrificing quality. The answer was choosing the noncombustible USG Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor over traditional poured concrete.
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The Only UL-Certified Modular Floor/Ceiling Fire Assembly - H501
USG Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor can be combined with other noncombustible materials to create a floor/ceiling assembly with a 2-hour fire rating that’s ideal for use in modular construction.
To deliver noncombustible modular building components quickly and at a reduced cost, without sacrificing quality or fire resistance.