Healthcare

Embedded Modular Health Clinics

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Modular Medical Clinic ECHO DCL completed the design and construction of sixteen modular embedded health clinic for a total of 80,000 square feet. These facilities are being used to mentally treat soldiers coming home from their tour in Afghanistan and Iraq. Modular Construction: Scope of Work Scope of work included design, engineering, and manufacturing.  Complete turnkey […]

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Domino’s Modular Franchise Restaurant

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Modular Restaurant

ECHO DCL completed the design and construction of one modular restaurant facility.  Scope of work included design, engineering, and manufacturing.  ECHO DCL completed our first quick turnaround solution for the fast food modular franchise. Construction included delivery and setup. An ECHO DCL Superintendent was present from Start to Finish.   The 1380 square foot movable modular franchise offers all the […]

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The Difference Between Modular, Manufactured and Mobile Homes

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You might think that mobile, manufactured and modular homes are all the same – but there are key differences between all 3. Many people use the terms interchangeably for prefab homes.  Note that some refer to “pre-fab” homes as a specific modernist style or type of component house, but in this case we refer to […]

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Universities to Realize Significant Cost Savings with ICON Construction’s Innovative Modular Dormitory Designs

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McKinney-based Construction Company Announces Expansion into Higher Education Market   McKinney, Texas, June 16, 2014—ICON Construction, a general contractor specializing in the design and build of modular, permanent modular and modular re-locatable buildings, has announced its expansion into the higher education market, offering budget-conscious universities nationwide significant cost benefits and expedited project life-cycles for student housing. Measuring […]

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10 Reasons Modular Construction is the Best Solution

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The Rising Popularity of Modular Construction Modular construction is hot. It’s being used for high-rise apartments in NYC, for dormitories at Yale, and for hotels, hospitals, and homes around the world. And while modular used to suffer from a bit of an image problem, today 98% of contractors, 98% of architects, and 99% of engineers […]