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prefab

A factory-built house of standard dimensions; does not include a mobile home or trailer having less-than-standard dimensions.

PREFAB

On drawings, abbr. for “prefabricated.”
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Michele Russo, who worked on that report, told IBTimes: "There have been some really huge transformational trends taking place in construction over the past three to four years, which have also created this push for prefab.
Prefab technology involves use of factory- made components in buildings.
One individual who's worked with Caribbean hurricane victims and who's a staunch advocate of prefab emergency housing told CubaNews: "I don't think it's going to work.
It is also expected that the Company, while continuing with its existing activities, will also be in a position to re-start prefab manufacturing on its own, without seeking any financial assistance from the Government.
The prefab sort of threw everyone for a loop," Jones says of the permit process, "because no one was used to it.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-23 February 2009-Swedish prefab construction materials supplier BM Impex AB wins SEK11m order from Midroc Projects CM AB(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
modern prefab is stirring interest among price- and eco-conscious consumers.
This is the brainchild of Sydney trained, California-based prefab enthusiast and architectural scientist, Michael Sylvester.
Sylvester, a business management consultant who tracks prefab sales, estimates the number of built prefabs at about 30.
councils then quite wisely was to build little estates of Prefab houses.