A More Efficient Way to Build

Outdoor Hospitality

The modular home building process is the most predictable construction process. You can count on a reliable schedule that will have your project delivered on time and within budget every time.

Predictability in the Building Process

The modular building process is the most predictable construction process you can choose when building outdoor hospitality. We never face weather delays, have to deal with material theft and always know what stage your project is at in the building process. You can count on a reliable project schedule that will de delivered on time and within budget every time.



Irontown Modular stands our as the most versatile modular builder in the Wester United States. It is our mission to build the absolute highest quality projects available. With over 40 years building modular, we encourage every one of our clients to utilize our experience to help completely understand the modular building process. We will help you get the most our of building in this innovative way.


Our factory construction process helps builders and architects save time and money. By managing up to 95% of the construction in our factory, Irontown Modular makes building easier.

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What's the process When You Work With Us?

STEP 1: Shop Drawings — During this exciting phase you can let your creativity take over while your project becomes a reality on paper. During the drawing process there are two phases. First we work through the “preliminary plan phase” which begins with the basic floor plan, wall placement, module lines, elevations, window, door placement and basic structure details. Once every detail is perfect on your preliminary phase, we will begin the full set of plans. This is the technical side of the plans where details are added that allow precision during the building process. This includes many details on the floor plans, elevations, cross sections, electrical plan, mechanical plan and plumbing plan. (Choose a pre designed, pre engineered plan to begin building sooner. Click Here to See Our Commercial Catalog.)


STEP 2: Specification and Selections — The most exciting part of designing your project is figuring out all of the features, styles, fixtures and color selections that come together to create your Outdoor Hospitality project. With Irontown, not one detail is missed. We begin with a standard selection package which you can customize to reflect your style. Our expert design team works with you to explore the options and upgrades that are available and help you fit it within your budget. We have options available that can provide beautiful features but still keep the costs reasonable. We will walk you through every step of the process, so relax and enjoy!


STEP 3: Structural Engineering — Once the plans are approved and all changes have been made, they will be submitted to engineering. The state licensed engineer will perform the load calculations, determine the buildings structural requirements and provide the roof framing plan, floor framing plan, truss layout, foundation plan and structural detail (roof load, seismic elements, wind exposure & soil conditions (Geo-tech soils report & topo map must be provided in advance by the customer.) The final foundation detailed plan with footing sizes, widths, stem wall height, etc. will be determined during the engineering process.


STEP 4: Permitting and Approval — Each project must go through a State Approval Process and a Local Building Department Approval in order to obtain your building permit. (Not required in Utah or Wyoming.) Irontown will handle the modular portion with the State Division, we can also handle your local department if you would prefer. Irontown will also prepare any Rescheck or Title 24 (energy conservation report) that may be required.


STEP 5: Factory Construction — Whew! It may sound overwhelming to finally get to this stage, but a lot of the process happens without you even knowing about it. We have so many details that have to be decided prior to construction so that once production has begun your project can be constructed as quickly as possible. Once construction begins, we will be in constant communication with you on the progress. During construction, we will have inspections and payment draws that will occur and you are welcome to visit the factory any time you wish. We do require a final walk through at the completion in the factory.


STEP 6: Site and Stitch Work — Throughout the factory construction process, your general contractor can be working to prepare your project’s site. Upon factory completion, your modules are shipped to your site and craned into place. Once your in place, all the site work and stitching can be completed in just weeks by your general contractor.

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