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Why Modular Construction ?

Modular construction combines prefabricated building in a factory setting and simultaneous onsite preparation followed by onsite assembly and finishing. The result is built-to-last structure that’s up and running up to 50% faster than traditional construction.

Prefabricated Construction Process

Karmod takes full advantage of a controlled production environment, the latest manufacturing technologies, and the design flexibility of modular construction to produce high-quality permanent or temporary prefabricated buildings for any demand.

Repeatable design is a key benefit in prefab buildings. The consistent production process allows factory engineers and technicians to continually monitor the process and make improvements where possible to deliver the best possible product.

The prefab office building process starts with the assembly of a wood, steel and concrete or 100% concrete frame. Machine-cut wood, steel, or poured cement walls are added to the prefabricated modular buildings to exact design specifications. Electrical wiring and plumbing are installed before the unit is readied for transport. Redundant quality controls confirm spot-on manufacturing accuracy before every prefabricated office building leaves the factory.

MORE VALUE FROM START TO FINISH

Karmod delivers more overall value to every prefab office project with end-to-end Design-Build capabilities. Our in-house team of architects, engineers and construction professionals can take your modular construction project from white board to brick and mortar in less time.

From your Karmod single point of contact you’ll get more information right upfront and the expert advice you need to make well-informed, confident decisions regarding the best building and process for you.

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2013 Ağustos 23
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