Modular building systems is a process in which a modular building is constructed off-site, under controlled plant conditions, using the same materials and designing to the same codes and standards as conventionally built facilities – but in about half the time. Modular 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.
The factory-controlled process generates less waste, creates fewer site disturbances and allows for tighter construction.
Greater Flexibility and Reuse:
Modular building systems can be disassembled and the modules relocated or refurbished for new use, reducing the demand for raw materials and minimizing the amount of energy expended to create a building to meet the new need.
Less Material Waste: When building in a factory, waste is eliminated by recycling materials, controlling inventory and protecting modular building materials.
Reduced Construction Schedule:
Because construction of modular building systems can occur simultaneously with the site and foundation work, projects can be completed 30% to 50% sooner than traditional construction.
Elimination of Weather Delays:
60 – 90% of the construction is completed inside a factory, which mitigates the risk of weather delays. Modular Buildings are occupied sooner, creating a faster return on investment.
Built to Code with Quality Materials:
Modular building systems are built to meet or exceed the same building codes and standards as site-built structures, and the same architect-specified materials used in conventionally constructed buildings are used in modular construction projects – wood, concrete and steel.
Limitless Design Opportunities:
Modular buildings may be designed to fit in with external aesthetics of any existing building and modular units.