Modular construction, sometimes referred to as off-site construction, is transforming the construction industry. Though it started out as a way to create temporary buildings, it has transformed into a common way of building permanent structures.1 Its promise of efficiencies makes it enticing to architects, specifiers and builders alike.
Permanent modular construction is the process of building a module within a controlled setting and transporting it to a job site for assembly into a complete structure.2 This mode of construction can increase efficiency, consistency and sustainability while reducing common job-site delays, especially when the right materials are specified.
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1 Information courtesy of Design of Modular Construction
2 Information courtesy of the Modular Building Institute