Medical building HealthMax
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medical building
medical building
medical building
medical building
medical building
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Characteristics

Function
medical building
Structure
modular, temporary, prefab
Other characteristics
steel framing

Description

Medical Buildings About Hospitality HealthMax units are based on the steel moment frame, meaning that they can be stacked horizontally or vertically (think of Legos). Due to the multi-functional steel frame and panelized walls, you can customize your space requirements to your needs. At IteraSpace we centre on manufacturing buildings, which go above and beyond the standard norm to provide you with spectacular buildings that you can be proud of. Features & Advantages Need an addition to the hospital, but have only limited space on site? No problem, our modules can be stacked vertically. The flexibility of our units even allows you to build an extra floor later. HealthMax modules are perfect for instances where temporary healthcare buildings are needed, and they need to be erected quickly. Unique SIP walls enable cleanroom technologies if needed. Types of Modular Healthcare Buildings HealthMax modules are perfect for instances where temporary healthcare buildings are needed, and they need to be erected quickly. Likewise, they are idéal for long-term installations too by providing eco-friendly structures that are less disruptive to construct than traditional methods. HealthMax modules can be used for a variety of building in the healthcare sector including. • - Medical and Dental Clinics • - Administrative Offices • - Laboratories • - Wellness Centers • - Hospitals • - Diagnostic Imaging and Dialysis Centers • - Assisted Living Facilities • - Company On-Site Clinics • - Clean Rooms • - Temporary additional space

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.