These days, it seems like everyone is talking about modular building. Some even contend that your company is at danger of failing if modular building isn’t on your radar. I’m not sure about that, but I do have some knowledge about modular construction and would be pleased to share some of my experiences.
The design, construction, and delivery of modular homes are covered in greater detail, advice, and assistance in this post. It is founded on actual experience from actual initiatives. Most people, I’m sure, are already aware that modular construction and structures are constructed in a controlled setting off-site. I’ll try to avoid stating the obvious.
To reach a modular Nirvana, I urge designers, builders, engineers, and estimators to collaborate using online technologies. This one is for you if you have a penchant for modular design and building.
What is modular construction?
The term “modular” is extremely broad. As a manufacturer simply joins wood/lumber together in modules that are labelled and numbered so they can be swiftly assembled by a tradesperson on site, a prefabricated frame and truss can technically be considered to be modular construction. That being said, I don’t think the hype surrounding modular construction is predicated on prefabricated frames and trusses. Since Jesus played fullback for Jerusalem, they have existed.