Prefabricated


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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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Other companies like Netherlands-based Tempohousing are offering modular housing and prefabricated hotels based on standard container-sized construction elements.
The South will continue to account for the bulk of prefabricated housing demand, benefiting from slightly above-average population and economic growth, and population in-migration through 2009.
1 -- 2 -- color) Tom Sandonato, above, peers through a piece of building material from KitHAUS, a Van-Nuys based prefabricated housing company.
The market for prefabricated houses is now worth around pounds 1.
In fact, private business leaders and academics have also jumped on the prefabricated house idea.
During the 1930s, city engineer Alexander Brodie, designed the first prefabricated, reinforced buildings, the basis of the modern high rise.
Prefabricated Piping in the Permanent Mold-Prefabricated cooling passages (Fig.
said Thursday it will buy a full stake in the prefabricated house unit of Kubota Corp.
Or adapt a prefabricated picture frame by screwing it to a fabric-covered plywood panel.
A PAINTER and decorator who worked on prefabricated homes died of an industrial disease, a Leamington inquest heard.
It is prefabricated from translucent twin-wall polycarbonate in extruded aluminum framing.
Three Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) ships entered the Suez Canal on Thursday, carrying 500 prefabricated houses for Turkish people who lost their homes in a killer earthquake in August.