Modular Construction – Retrofitting Conventional Buildings
Shifting construction away from traditional sites and into factories could dramatically change the way we build.
What is Modular Construction?
Modular Construction is a process in which different components known as Modules are constructed in a controlled factory setting and later assembled on the desired site as per the requirement of the user. In general, 60% to 90% of the work is completed offsite while the rest on the location where the facility is needed. The factory-made, standard modules are accustomed with walls, doors, ceilings, frames, and windows. Additionally, the modules can be integrated with more specific components, such as air handling units, fan filter units, air showers along with the lighting and plumbing facility intended for pharmaceutical use. It is worth mentioning, majority of the modular facilities built are GMP certified ensuring required quality standards have been met while construction.
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