New & Used Modular Buildings for Sale or Lease in New York
Need additional space for your school, church, or office? VESTA Modular specializes in the development and installation of long-lasting modular buildings.
Our extensive fleet consists of new and used modular buildings available for lease throughout New York. With custom sizes and styles, our modular buildings offer solutions for every space-based need your company has, whether on a temporary or permanent basis.
New York Modular Buildings for Every Industry
VESTA Modular offers both permanent and portable classrooms to meet the needs of schools. New York schools that are undergoing construction or looking to expand can benefit from modular classrooms for customizable space.
Modular School Buildings
Modular construction can be used to create entire school buildings in New York. A modular school building can be customized to include classrooms, a cafeteria, teachers’ offices, and restrooms. Choosing modular construction is a cost-effective alternative to traditional construction, and can offer a quick solution when needed.
Modular Buildings Made for New York
We’re proud to offer services to cities throughout the state of New York, including:
- Buffalo, New York 14201
- Albany, New York 1208
- Rochester, New York 14602
- Syracuse, New York 13201
New York faces increasing levels of precipitation each year, resulting in more frequent rain and snow storms. VESTA’s modular buildings are constructed using strong, steel frames that can withstand any storm. Our modular buildings can also be equipped with air conditioning and heat to keep someone comfortable during New York summers and winters.
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New York Case Studies
Find out the latest in modular construction, including the many ways in which we help our clients meet their challenges head-on.
Hamilton College needed “temporary” dorm space to space out the students during the coronavirus outbreak. They bought these buildings with the intent to relocate them…
Winthrop-University Hospital was looking to add a Level One Trauma Center to the emergency department that would be able to treat both children and adult…
Mount Vernon City School District was renovating Traphagen Elementary School and was not going to be completed in time for the start of the school…