There are multiple reasons why the benefits of offsite modular construction are particularly relevant for today’s healthcare construction projects. This white paper describes how offsite modular can enable rapidly deployable, high-quality construction for healthcare, and discusses cases in which offsite modular techniques have been successfully used in the past.
iBUILT is focused on improving the built environment by using technology to address the inefficiencies, declining productivity and detrimental environmental impacts that have plagued the construction industry for far too long. Using state-of-the-art BIM technology and offsite manufacturing techniques, we deliver time and cost savings, improved quality, reduced waste and the controlled environments conducive to meeting today’s elevated concerns for jobsite health and safety.
The iBUILT Fast Track Program recognizes the importance of getting to market quickly – before the competition. Unlike the conventional development process that is laden with delays and added costs, the Fast Track program delivers a fully designed building, at a guaranteed price and schedule, in 30 business days.
In this report, the Modular Building Institute (MBI) analyzes the market share of North America’s permanent modular construction industry. It finds that modular construction’s market share has steadily expanded as permanent modular has made inroads.
Dodge returns to and expands on its 2011 Prefabrication and Modular Construction report to assess the use and benefits of these innovative processes and what they could mean for the future of the industry.