The basic difference between modular building and traditional building lies in the method of completing the building. Inthe case of the first technique, there are two stages of works – prefabrication of the structure at an off-site facility followed by assembly on the target location later on. In addition, in the case of DMDm modular structures, the degree of prefabrication, before the delivery to the location, often reaches the level of 90%. The only works that take place on-site are incorporation of the structure into the underground infrastructure, joining particular modules together and finishing works. Such process of investment completion – in comparison with traditional building – becomes reduced to even 70% of the time!
80% - 90% of the construction is completed inside a factory, which mitigates the risk of weather delays, allowing projects to be completed in half the time of traditional construction.
Flexibility and relocatability of modular components add to the cost-effectiveness over time. Their durable, secure and relocatable characteristics make them ideal for both temporary and permanent applications that will meet the requirements of any industry.
The fully controlled fabrication process inside the factory generates less waste, creates fewer site disturbances and allows for tighter construction.
Because construction of modular buildings can occur simultaneously with the site and foundation work, projects are cost-effective than traditional construction.
DMDm utilizes state-of-the-art facilities that integrate best practices in design and workflow. Modular buildings are required to meet the same building codes as traditional construction.
The indoor construction environment reduces the risks of accidents and related liabilities for workers.