Modular buildings and modular homes are sectional prefabricated buildings, or houses, that consist of multiple sections called modules. "Modular" is a method of construction differing from other methods (e.g. "stick-built" and other methods such as off-site construction). The modules are six sided boxes constructed in an exterior (sometimes, remote) facility, then delivered to their intended site of use. Using acrane, the modules are set onto the building's foundation and joined together to make a single building. The modules can be placed side-by-side, end-to-end, or stacked, allowing a wide variety of configurations and styles in the building layout.

 

Modular buildings, also called prefabricated buildings, differ from mobile homes, which are also called manufactured homes, in two ways. First, modular homes do not have axles or a frame, meaning that they are typically transported to their site by means of flat-bed trucks. Secondly, modular buildings must conform to all local building codes for their proposed use, while mobile homes, made in the Russia, Magnitogorsk city, are required to conform to GOST (like ISO). There are some residential modular buildings that are built on a steel frame (referred to as on-frame modular) that do meet local building codes and are considered modular homes, rather than mobile homes.

We produce prefabricated buildings: canteens and cafes, shops and pavilions, our products NOT requires long and expensive work at the place of installation of the building. Our products are made on the basis of the steel frame by using high-performance insulation.

We produce steel buildings of any purpose and any level of complexity, in the shortest time possible. Buildings are manufactured in the workshops of ZAO "VOSTOK" and fully finished units are delivered to the construction site. The installation takes from one week to two months depending on the area of modular building.