Advantages of Prefabricated Buildings

The materials are extremely durable

From precast concrete slabs to lightweight steel frames, the materials commonly used for precast elements are often exceptionally strong and built to withstand long-term wear withstand the location. You avoid common problems. You're more likely to encounter traditional materials (efflorescence on brick, flaking on masonry) while exposed metal surfaces such as Cor-Ten steel will develop a self-healing rust patina.

Build is much faster

When a project involves snapping together prefabricated cassettes or covering a preassembled frame, construction times can be halved compared to traditional construction methods. quick succession. Elements like insulation are already woven together rather than added later.

There are fewer environmental risk factor

In difficult climates, outside of manufacturing, building materials reduce the risk of site delays due to inclement weather or other environmental factors. This means that each component is manufactured to identical standards under controlled climate conditions, avoiding moisture or anything that can shorten a component's lifespan. Summer or winter, rain or shine, the finish will be identical.

Quality can be checked prior to construction

It is difficult to accurately assess the quality of components on site or to judge if it arrives in a pallet of identical materials. Rather, the manufacturing process ensures that pre-manufactured components can be individually inspected for quality standards prior to shipment. Relevant safety regulations It can also be checked before construction starts, e.g. B. fire resistance or thermal insulation there is less risk of accidents on site.

Production of components by a specialist

The warehouse reduces the amount of work on site. That means fewer people have less work to do in less time amid the onslaught of truck deliveries, moving crane arms, and other potential threats. This has a positive effect on risk, minimizes accidents and the resulting delays, paperwork and impact.

Simplifies construction processes and schedules

Compared to bricklaying, you may need fewer managers overseeing construction teams on site, or one less specialized training. Shorter schedules are easier and more accurate to plan, with additional scope for incorporating emergency times, although there will likely be fewer delays. Reduced communication is another benefit, although we still recognize the critical importance of clear communication.

Lower Cost

From fewer onsite workers to construction projects in remote locations, prefabrication can drastically reduce overall costs. Standard panel
Measurements mean that ready-made plans and schematics for ready-made constructions are often readily available, saving on architect fees. Likewise, prefabricated materials are mass-produced and purchased in bulk, resulting in economies of scale.

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