Prefabricated walls are built according to your construction plans, and delivered directly to your site for a quick and economical installation.
The pandemic has been an opportunity for the construction sector to take a step away from traditional methods and move toward off-site, manufacturing-style prefabrication.
General contractors and owners are leaning more towards prefabricated methods of construction because it provides flexibility without limiting creativity. Opportunities are endless because prefabricated and modular construction allows for flexibility in the structure design.
Tech advances, student generations change, and new curriculums come to fruition. And that change was accelerated during the pandemic, forcing education institutions to rapidly adapt their experiences.
With prefabrication custom is standard. This may seem expensive, but the efficiency and future flexibility of modular construction saves you money in the long term.
Healthcare needs are ever changing. The bottom line is that traditional construction can't keep up. Modular construction allows your facilities to change as the needs of your clients change.
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.
The upfront expense of prefabricated construction might seem like a poor use of a facility improvement budget at first glance, but we know this is a wise investment. Don't believe us? The DC Water Headquarters building would beg to differ.