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Prefabricated

Standardized building sections that are created in a factory to be shipped and assembled in another location.
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- Regional analysis: Prefabricated housing market breakdown by key regions such as North America, Europe, and Asia & Rest of World.
Victoria Gardens, in New Brighton, pictured on a 1914 card, boasted many ornate prefabricated structures.
Already, the Tamil National Alliance MPs elected from the North and the East, largely represent the war affected Tamil people, categorically stated their opposition to the prefabricated steel houses project to be constructed by the French based company, owned by Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal.
"Prefabricated homes are not a new concept and they are being used internationally.
* Historic and forecast market values for the prefabricated buildings market and its categories (aluminium buildings, concrete buildings, iron & steel buildings, plastic buildings and wood buildings) for the period 2009 through to 2018
"Prefabricated data centres enable data centre managers to
Finndomo, which applied for a corporate restructuring with the District Court of North Savonia in February this year, said at the time that this process was aimed at ensuring the continuity of manufacturing the prefabricated single family houses in Finland.
ON THE MOVE The prefabricated houses, right, that will now be an attraction at Beamish Museum in County Durham, above
According to Derenko's CEO Andreas Hiehs, the cost of building the prefabricated hotels is cheaper than usual for hotels in certain categories.
In the latter half of the 19th century and their first half of the 20th century the prefabricated house was created, perfected, and increasingly popular for both its ease and rapidity of construction, uniformity of quality and predictability, as well as its relative inexpensiveness when compared with traditional home construction.
The aim is to create a prefabricated family house suitable for an urban environment.
According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) prefabricated bridges can offer faster and safer construction, better bridge quality, and lower costs than conventionally built bridges.