Building off-site while the foundations are being prepared delivers higher quality in about half the time with less waste and environmental impact. It’s what makes modular the “smarter” way to build.
Time is money – especially in the construction industry. Which is why designing and building in a dry, enclosed facility, then transporting to a fully prepared site can cut completion time by up to half. This allows for greater cost certainty, reduces material waste, minimizes site disruption and speeds up occupancy time.
Gone are the days when modular buildings were ‘a bunch of stacked boxes.’ With today’s techniques it’s hard to tell the difference between modular and conventional site-built projects.
The flexibility of modular design allows you to replace or add a section without affecting your overall design.
The efficiency of building in a controlled environment and assembling on-site ensures quality, reduces construction time and produces less waste.
While up to 90% of the construction takes place in a safe, quality-controlled facility, the site is being prepped for installation. Weather delays and site complications are minimized, safety and speed are maximized.
Combining modular construction techniques with Passive House standards is a natural fit.
In areas where high energy costs are a major factor, the Passive House standard is a great solution, reducing energy consumption by as much as 90% and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80%.