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Modular (or volumetric) systems are pre-engineered building units that are manufactured separately and afterward joined together to form a complete structure.
Modular construction is ideal for buildings such as hotels, multi-family housing, large-scale housing developments and worker accommodations, where quality control and rapid construction are emphasized. These can be low rise or high rise projects.
Modular structures are some of the fastest to construct, saving builders time and cost. The real benefit of building with modular units is that you speed up construction without sacrificing quality control. Every unit is manufactured with precision so that when all the units are assembled together, the final structure is marked by design consistency.
SCCI Global's integrated rollforming technology makes our modular system the optimal choice for the world market, especially large-scale projects in developing countries. Modular units can be manufactured and assembled right onsite.
Modular buildings can come in a variety of shapes, though they are usually rectangular for easier production and assembly.Each modular unit may contain several factory-finished rooms, including bedrooms; bathrooms; kitchens; lounges; and even stairwells. These fully serviced rooms are connected onsite with risers and corridors.
All of these specifications are laid out in a design template. The template is then applied to manufacturing a high volume of units for onsite installation, thus accelerating the steps to project completion.
Modular systems are appealing to large-scale building developers because of their short construction time. And because they go up so fast, developers can expect to receive a high early return on capital investment. With the reduction in overall financing costs and an early return on investment, cash flow is considerably improved. Not to mention the pricing certainty that comes with constructing a template structure.
Cost is also decreased with reductions in labor. Manufacturing and assembly are very simple, and because it is a repetitive building pattern, there is less need to hire a skilled workforce to build them.
When it comes time to deliver modular units to the construction site, project managers can expect a reliable delivery timescale. When every unit is designed, engineered, manufactured, and assembled the same way, every stage of the project can be scheduled with confidence.
Cut time, cut cost...without cutting quality.
Minimizing costs and maximizing returns.
Manufacturing LGS modular units produce much less waste than other materials, and not just in environmental terms. Every modular unit is built identical to the next, making it easier at the outset of a project to determine the amount of production necessary to complete it.
Modular construction is enhanced by cutting edge rollforming technology. The MC-X Series™ rollformers use automated production control and precision tracking to monitor and streamline production. This means that more investment capital is applied to actual products than wasted on scrap metal.
The LGS frame of a modular building substantially decreases the weight of the structure, so the foundation does not require as much time and cost to prepare before installation and sustain afterward. And because the building is comparatively lightweight and easy to set up, it is feasible to relocate a modular building in the future. The LGS can also be recycled.
Most modular buildings have a design life of at least 100 years, and even 200 years provided the structure contains additional insulation. Modular units also produce outstanding sound attenuation considering the proximity between units, and thermal and acoustic insulation can very easily be modified to suit higher than usual building regulations.
In the end, modular building systems offer the best means to maximum and speed up investment returns while minimizing overall construction cost. And it provides strict adherence to quality control from beginning to end.
Contact SCCI Global today to discuss using modular systems for your project.