All You Want to Know About Prefabrication and Modular Construction?

In the early 1900s, home construction was mainly based on home-building kits. Supplies arrived on site ready to assemble. It was the start of modular construction.

The global modular construction market was worth $91 billion as of 2022. And it is expected to grow to $120.4 billion by 2027

What are the differences between modular construction and prefabrication?

Modular means that 60-90% of the structure is built offsite, transported to site, and assembled on-site.

Prefabrication involves building and/or assembling specific kits offsite and attaching them to the building later.

These two construction methods would address the following issues associated with construction:

  • eliminate waste
  • reduce transportation
  • diminish carbon emissions
  • streamline processes and speed up the construction cycle
  • improve efficiency thanks to fewer errors
  • avoid budget overruns.

Prefabrication and modular construction change the way structures are built. In this series, we will address the following questions:

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