THE ADVANTAGES OF MODULAR CONSTRUCTION
Modular buildings provide plenty of advantages. Being affordable and quick to install are among their strengths. Below is a summary of the main advantages found with this popular type of construction.
The principle of modular construction is the assembly of structures using prefabricated containers. These containers comprise a factory-prefabricated light steel frame and sandwich panel walls. This makes them quick to install. Assembling a modular construction is twice as fast as its concrete equivalent. What’s more, the structure is installed on a lightweight foundation. This reduces costs, especially on the budget for concrete and labour. Once a project ends, the structure can be easily dismantled and reassembled on a new site.
Versatility and insulation
The other advantage of modular construction is that it is multi-functional. It can be used as a temporary building on a construction site. It can also be used as an administrative building, a refectory, office, school, etc. In terms of insulation, prefabricated modular building offers the same thermal and sound performance as traditional concrete construction. Our sandwich panels are insulated with stone wool or polyurethane up to 200 mm thick. Our system meets the insulation and safety standards of each country. The floors, ceilings and roof also benefit from an excellent level of insulation.
Affordable price and fast delivery
Optimising your budget is obviously a great advantage of modular construction. You can realise impressive savings compared to conventional construction. You can expect to save 40% to 50% with modular building. Delivery-wise, we ship special dismantled packs by sea or land. This reduces transport costs and adds to overall savings.