PortaFab proposed a two-story modular office that would utilize its OmniFlex stud system to create a lower level that measured 22' x 68' x 9' with divider walls to create four separate office spaces. To navigate the lower overhead constraints, no roof was specified for the second floor. PortaFab's modular walls tied into the existing overhead structure, providing a "loft look," which allowed the space to feel and appear taller. To ensure the structure was safe from forklift traffic, a perimeter guard rail was installed on the exterior of the building.
By utilizing the existing structure, PortaFab was able to reduce the construction costs for materials and insulation required for the build. Smaller windows were placed along the exterior walls to provide natural lighting and added privacy while diminishing noise from the warehouse floor. The walls were built using plywood reinforced panels so that TVs and other displays could be mounted to them.