Prefabrication- Precision is Possible
By its very nature prefabrication requires careful review of plans and specifications in advance of installation. The result is that any problems or conflicts can be noticed and resolved before they become an on-site issue.
Structures that are built on construction sites are dependent on the varying skill levels and schedules of independent contractors. This causes a lack of assurance when it comes to quality. Since prefabricated construction occurs in a controlled environment and follows specified standards, the foundation of the structure will be built to a uniform quality. This in-factory creation prevents site disruption that can be caused by noise, pollution, waste, and other elements. It is a far more streamlined approach to construction that provides a much more efficient area for productivity while eliminating distractions.
Prefabrication also takes less than half the time when compared to traditional construction. This is credited to better planning upfront, no disruptions due to weather, scheduling delays by contractors, and overall speed in manufacturing. These shorter construction times paired with the reliable quality allow companies to take on multiple projects at once, leading to growth rather than a depletion of resources.
Designing a space takes effort. Designing pieces of a space capable of connecting with ease requires a high amount of skill in design.
Skillful designs, combined with an precise and well-run manufacture setting, makes every prefabricated piece consistent in its quality.