The Modular Building Institute worked closely with bathroom pod manufacturers to create “Saving Time with Modular Bathroom Pods,” a whitepaper that provides an overview of bathroom pods. Download now to discover when they should be used on a project, costs, installation and the benefits of using bathroom pods on a construction project. The whitepaper also includes case studies across various markets that successfully integrated bathroom pods.
Who should read this whitepaper:
This whitepaper is aimed to assist those in the construction industry who are considering using bathroom pods on a project but don’t know where to start. Everyone on a project benefits from bathroom pods including architects, engineers, developers, contractors, and inspectors. Bathroom pod manufacturers and others in the modular industry can use this whitepaper to persuade those in doubt of the successful integration use of bathroom pods into traditional construction projects.
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