Modular construction is a process in which a building is constructed off-site, under controlled conditions, using the same materials and designing to the same codes and standards as conventional buildings. Additionally, these modular buildings can be constructed in half the time of conventional buildings. They are produced in modules so that when they are put together on site, they reflect the identical design intent and specifications as a site-built facility.
Moreover, modular buildings are structurally stronger than traditional builds because each module is engineered to withstand the challenges of transportation and craning onto foundations. Once assembled and sealed, the modules turn into a comprehensive wall, floor and roof.
When modular buildings are delivered, they are 80-90% complete, which means that there is limited onsite work required to complete the build. This element alone makes modular installations the next big move in remote camp construction. Additional benefits of going modular include:
- Very limited waste is created on-site, reducing your environmental footprint
- Speedy completion results in faster occupancy and reduced costs
- Increased production, efficiency and quality control when it comes to labor costs, recruitment and inventory management
- Reduced delays and damages caused by the elements
- Off site construction reduces site disruption, vehicular traffic and improves overall safety and security for the site and citizens
- Custom builds to suit the needs of each unique client
- Significantly less construction waste
- Great for permanent remote workforce accommodations, steel-framed industrial buildings, commercial developments, and public and government buildings
- Built for durability, in a controlled environment, to withstand harsh weather conditions
Below are two examples of modular installations for remote workforce camps:
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