Prefabricated construction


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Prefabricated construction

A building so designed as to involve a minimum of assembly at the site; usually comprising a series of large units or panels manufactured in a factory.

prefabricated construction

A construction method relying primarily on the use of standardized manufactured components; consists largely of assembling these parts rather than fabricating them at the site.
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Technavio's report, Global Prefabricated Construction Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
New product development and durable building materials will be key focus areas for innovation in prefabricated construction.
Based in Graz, Austria, and Freiwalde, Germany, Hanlo is a market leader in prefabricated construction in the German-speaking region with turnover of over EUR 60 million for the current year.
The notion that modular or prefabricated construction is boring goes right out the window, and intricate designs that used to be cost-prohibitive can be built cost effectively.
In generating the new buildings, much was learned by the architects (Bligh Voller Nield working with Troppo) from the existing structures, for instance use of steel-framed prefabricated construction, deep roof overhangs, light-coloured steel cladding, narrow plans to encourage through ventilation and generally north-south orientation to conserve energy.
He recognises that attempts by his predecessor to introduce modern techniques that included prefabricated construction have failed.
To help increase the proportion of affordable housing, developments will continue through the use of new materials and prefabricated construction through the use of structural insulated panels, for example.
CIMC Modular has applied the concept of integrated building modules to prefabricated construction, and integrated services such as design, manufacturing and transportation.
As you admit, the results of humanizing prefabricated construction may 'seem strange'.
State-of-the-art, off-site prefabricated construction made the feat possible and represents the quick-service chain's very first "pre-fab" structure of its kind.
It is a partial basement reinforced concrete prefabricated construction from the year 1976 in type construction type erfurt 69 - querwandbauweise.
1 A series of tactical moves intended to rescue large-scale prefabricated construction from anomie.