Has Hallwood Modular Buildings ever subjected its buildings to actual live tests?
Yes. We have not only subjected buildings to live tests for blasts, it has also tested buildings on Projectiles, Ballistics/Fragmentation and Forced Entry.
Why you need PSI rating, duration, and damage response criteria when specifying a building?
It is very important that each of these criterions be defined when specifying out your blast resistant building. PSI alone is not what causes the damage to a building, the time lapse of the event has an intense impact on the damage that will be caused. The damage response criteria, in accordance with the ASCE guidelines, will determine the condition and function of the building after the specified event. Refer to our Blast/Explosion page for more details.
What services does Hallwood Modular Buildings provide?
Hallwood Modular Buildings is a “one stop shop.” Hallwood Modular Buildings can provide full turn key installations, site supervision services, and repair and maintenance contracts on either a project or plant level basis. Please see our services page for a full listing of services.
Are Hallwood Modular Buildings BRMs ADA compliant?
Hallwood Modular Buildings offers both non-ADA and ADA compliant buildings. The determining factors of which should be used are code requirements and/or customer specifications.
How does Hallwood Modular Buildings BRM construction costs compare to traditional methods/materials of construction?
There are many benefits to Hallwood Modulars blast resistant building design. One of the benefits is cost. A typical Hallwood Modular blast resistant building is comparative to the cost of a NON blast resistant traditional construction building. Some of the other major benefits to Hallwood Modulars modular designs include: quicker delivery schedules, portability, flexibility through a patent pending mechanical connection system. It also limits onsite labor and safety issues by utilizing an offsite controlled environment for construction.
What is the approximate weight of a Hallwood Modular BRM?
The weight of our buildings varies from project to project, depending upon the size of the building and the level of interior finishing. To give you an idea, our standard 12×40 modules weigh 37,000lbs.
How is transportation to the site handled?
Hallwood Modular Buildings has the capability of transporting buildings by truck, train, or water, however, for domestic applications; the most common transportation method is by truck.