If you offer any type of sporting facilities, you may well have been overwhelmed by just how much the interest in sports has soared over the past twelve months. However, whilst the majority of sports facilities will merely have continued to offer the same facilities as before, for those wanting to maximize this surge in sporting interest, adding new facilities is likely to be extremely beneficial.
However, the cost of extensions is something that few venues are likely to feel comfortable with, especially in such an economic climate, and especially when it is not clear exactly whether or not this increased interest in sport is a long term or short term thing.
However, by adding modular buildings, many venues can vastly increase their potential to offer a wide array of activities, and do so at a very low cost. Furthermore, a modular building is likely to be extremely flexible and may well be used for anything from dance lessons to gymnastics, as well as offering the potential to be a sporting pavilion if such a thing is what is needed. It can also simply offer guests a place to relax, socialise or get a drink should that be what is currently taking people to other gyms or sporting establishments.
Whether you simply wish to have more places for people to shower and change to cope with increased demand or whether you need entirely new areas for people to take part in exercise classes or specific sports, modular buildings offer a cheap and highly versatile solution that can be converted into many other types of space should interest wane again in the future. However, with a modular building being so cheap, it is likely that the addition will also pay for itself in no time making it a far less risky way to attract many new people to your venue.