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GroundFORCE Building Systems uses a one-of-a-kind, off-site construction technology that provides an innovative and structurally sound solution to build commercial and residential structures in sections (referred to as modules) and safely transports them to their final destination ... even in remote locations.

This time-lapse video of an off-site build, delivery and installation is the best way to quickly understand how the GroundFORCE process works ... start-to-finish.

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This short video will help you quickly understand the GroundFORCE transportation process by seeing the unique capabilities of our patented carrier system.

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Built to national and state codes, GroundFORCE buildings have an expected life span equal to, or greater than, site built.  They are environmentally friendly and can be built to LEED standards. They feature a structurally suspended concrete floor designed to be set in shifting soils, virtually eliminating the foundation damage caused with traditional flooring foundation systems.

 

Our buildings are pre-built in a quality-controlled environment to ensure that everything meets rigid inspection standards. They are then delivered using the company’s patented “air-ride” delivery method, traveling only a few inches above the road, allowing for 9-10 foot ceiling heights and easily clearing overpasses. They also are adaptable – offering flex-space, multi-purpose use, and even a change in location as demand changes.

 

GroundFORCE Building Systems combines all of the advantages of modular and site-built construction without any of the disadvantages.

  • Step 1: Buildings are constructed in a quality controlled environment to the highest standards.

  • Step 2: Each component is transported to the site using a patented air ride transport system.

  • Step 3: Corner piers are drilled and components are placed in position and affixed to the piers.

  • Step 4: The staging process continues until all components are in place.

  • Step 5: After all components are in place any interior detail work is completed.

  • Step 6: The end result – A finished building in a fraction of the time for on-site construction.