By Brent Sauser
Change is not a four-letter word! History provides countless examples of the positive effect change can bring. Yet, when thrust upon us we often think of change with more anxiety than anticipation. It simply is not in our DNA to embrace change with rapt enthusiasm. However, over the course of time, and especially within the past century significant, positive, and life enhancing change has transformed each of us individually and as a community. One need look no further than the rapid evolution of computers and communication technology, transportation and aerospace advancements, as well as the growing movement toward energy efficient design, to see the undeniable positive impacts. As this energy efficient design movement continues forward toward the goal of Net Zero construction (or producing more energy on site than consuming), the natural partner in this transition is the blending of factory built, efficiently made, low cost, modular construction.
Modern day modular construction is not your grandmother’s trailer home . . . . not by a long shot. LEED compliant, energy efficient, and low cost modular construction can be achieved in any size and for any application, limited only by your imagination. Construction time is reduced, on site waste is virtually eliminated, and the level of quality control is unmatched. Working a Net Zero solution into any modular design can be accomplished without blowing the budget.
I invite you to take a look at the videos below and check out the website for the new Global Links Corporation modular apartment/condo by CLICKING HERE. These are just a few examples of the many companies that are facing CHANGE square in the eye. It is up to us to determine who will blink first!