Modular construction is a revolutionary process in which a building is constructed off-site under controlled factory conditions using the same materials and designed to the standards as conventionally built structures. Buildings are produced in “modules” that when put together on site, reflect the identical design intent and specifications of the most sophisticated site-built facility – without compromise.
Modular technology considerably reduces construction time and is safer, quieter and cleaner than traditional construction methods. It also reduces the costs of maintenance and the likelihood of defects.
The off-site fabrication process takes place in the factory in parallel to site preparation activities, reducing the construction period of a project by 50%.
Offshore factory prefabrication is extremely cost effective due to lower labour and material costs which allows reductions in the overall capital costs by 10-30%.
Health and safety is easier to control in a factory. Most of the work can be conducted at waist height, and workers know the factory machinery and systems.
Minimum site disturbance, tightly managed material flow and construction waste, and pre-planned assembly and disassembly can reduce the environmental impact of construction.
A predetermined quality can be achieved in a factory controlled process, and the indoor environment means buildings and components are protected from climate extremes and vandalism.
Lightweight design. Fully engineered. Designed to be shipped anywhere in the world. Excellent acoustic and fire isolation. Bespoke sizes. Self-supporting structure. Energy Efficiency.