• Easier scheduling – jobsite issues such as access routes, traffic, security and storage of materials are minimised.
• Less disruption – many facilities operate 24/7, so being able to reduce the amount of work that has to take place daily on-site is highly desirable.
• Reduced length of programme – work on-site and off-site can be carried out concurrently, so while the main structure is being worked on off-site, foundations and infrastructure can be installed on-site.
• The Modular Building Institute estimates projects are completed 30% to 50% faster than traditional construction.
• Improved quality – employing manufacturing practices to a construction project results in a superior fit and finish.