Modular construction is a modern method of building that is rapidly gaining popularity. The process involves a building being manufactured in sections, off-site, in a controlled factory setting. Once complete the sections are transported to site for assembly and install to create one interconnecting structure.
This approach offers a multitude of benefits, making it an attractive option for a wide range of projects and applications. Here we explore the benefits of modular construction, including cost-effectiveness, time efficiency, environmental sustainability, and design flexibility.
Speed – Off-site modular construction allows our buildings to be built up to 70% faster than traditional methods. Meaning they are a great solution for tight timescales or emergency accommodation.
Quality – Products that are high quality, low maintenance and stand the test of time. Controlled production line processes offer protection from quality fluctuations, inclement weather and guarantees work is carried out by skilled operatives. Meaning we can deliver a cost-effective solution, on time, without compromise on quality.
Cost – Our production line streamlines the manufacturing process, reducing waste, labour, and delivery costs. Making our buildings an affordable, cost-effective solution for all your portable or modular needs.
Flexibility – With modular the possibilities are endless, so whatever the brief or specification we can provide a building that’s entirely fit-for-purpose. Modular buildings can be easily extended, adapted, reconfigured or even relocated at any time and thus provide a customisable, future proof solution for every need!
Sustainable – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Our products have the flexibility to be re-used, relocated, and repurposed making them a great sustainable solution. We also offer EPC B rated cabins which are designed with energy efficiency at their core; reducing carbon footprint and lowering energy costs. 💡 Offsite manufacturing of modular buildings can achieve up to 90% less waste than traditional on-site construction.
Convenience – Reduced on-site disruption: As the majority of the construction work is completed offsite, modules can be installed quickly on location. This also means there are less vehicle movements, so disruption is minimised.