Welcome to Noise Solutions’ Family of Enclosures
Self framing Style
Noise Solutions’ self-framing buildings offer an economical alternative to conventional rigid-framed enclosures.
Our custom-designed buildings are available in acoustic or thermal options and can be delivered pre-erected or built on site to accommodate each location and specification
Sound Facts on Self-framing Buildings
- Ideal for site-constructed projects because of reduced erection time without the need of heavy equipment to erect the building
- Designed to exact specifications for wind and snow loads
- Pump buildings
- Electrical control buildings
- Equipment enclosures
- Hazardous waste buildings
- Portable classrooms
- Site offices
- Security Buildings
- Wastewater Treatment
- Wellhead shelters
- Generator enclosures and more!
Compared to a conventional rigid-frame building design, the utilization of a ‘building block’ assembly process is an ideal method for addressing challenging construction situations. Modular design allows for a higher level of customization while still providing the functionality of a traditional framed structure. Field installation is quick and efficient, with less operational downtime.
Unlike a rigid-frame building, modular enclosures are designed to be as adaptable as possible, focusing on the flexibility and versatility that other structural designs cannot equally provide.
The modules are pre-fabricated as larger segments of the final structure, which are then shipped to the customer site and pieced together from the foundation up. Using a crane, these self-contained segments are set onto the building’s foundation and jointed together to make a single structure.
The majority of the enclosure arrives on site as whole pieces, which makes construction of the building less than half of the time of a rigid structure. That means fewer labourers are required with fewer man hours.
These modular enclosures are an ideal alternative for remote or rural areas when conventional field construction is not feasible, or for tightly-constrained locations where sizing is restricted and room for erection is limited. They also work well as a temporary facility as they’re easily disassembled, relocated, and re-assembled without compromising the structural integrity of the building.