Off-site construction

Off-site Construction

Greater speed
Modular construction is up to 40-60% quicker than traditional building methods with delivery times fully controllable and predictable.

While modular construction has tended in the past to be more expensive than brick & block, this is generally offset by better construction times and a commensurate reduction in the cost of running a construction site. Verbus Systems innovative technology now reduces the cost of modular construction to the same level as traditional brick & block, bringing even greater economies.

Reduced reliance on skilled labour
Semi-skilled factory labour can be used during the construction of modules, reducing reliance on increasingly scarce skilled labour.

Modular construction has been proven to be a safer method of construction because there are fewer components involved than traditional methods.

Improved quality: building modules in a factory environment ensures improved quality control. Efficiencies in production and reliability are also achieved through fewer defects or call-back.

Environment & Sustainability
Modular Construction is environmentally friendly: less energy is generally required to develop the modules or off-site manufactured components. During construction, reductions in waste on site of up to 70% can be achieved.

Sustainability is increased as sound and thermal insulation is improved.

Reduced disruption
Reduced time on site means less disruption to neighbouring residents or businesses.
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