Prefabricated construction is a modern building method that involves the manufacturing of building components in a factory and then assembling them on-site. The prefabrication process is cost-effective, efficient, and eco-friendly. Prefabricated projects can range from small modular homes to large-scale commercial buildings.
The process begins with the design and engineering of the structure, followed by the fabrication of the building components in a controlled factory environment. Once the components are completed, they are transported to the building site and assembled on a foundation or structural framework. The assembly process typically takes less time than traditional construction methods, reducing the construction timeline and minimizing disruption to the surrounding area.
Prefabricated construction also offers flexibility in design, as building components can be customized to meet specific project requirements.