This project consisted of 78 duplex houses. W&N handled all the concrete foundations, concrete slabs and porches. The project lasted from 2014-2015, completing one full building every week.
This project was our first North Dakota modular project. The hotel was constructed to help with the local housing shortage due to the oil boom taking place. This project consisted of two separate hotels and involved placing numerous modular boxes. We shipped our crane over from Washington State to complete all of the installs. All of the roofs were built on the foundation, we then removed them with the crane, installed the modular units and set the roof sections back on place as we moved down the building.
This project was one of the largest modular buildings we have ever assembled. It consisted of over 450 modular boxes and was all installed on top of a parking garage. We used a 450 Ton crawler crane to make most of the lifts reaching upwards of 350 ft; some boxes even required using two cranes to lift into place. It took place back in 2012 and to this date is still our biggest modular project yet.
This project was a YMCA facility with an attached amphitheater, all constructed out of concrete, which was completely executed by W&N Development. It took place in 2012 and was one of the most complicated projects we ever completed.
This 2009-2010 project consisted of modular construction and concrete foundations. W&N installed all of the concrete footings, foundations and slabs. We also framed all of the first story garages and then set 3 more levels of modular boxes on top of those. This was also a project where we installed pre-built roof sections onto the completed modular buildings.