Prefabricated Building Structure

Prefabrication is a new way of building that has caught on in the developed world. But when you look more closely, you find that prefabrication has been around for hundreds of years.

Did you know about it?

In the 17th century, a fishing fleet in Massachusetts brought panelled wood houses from England. These houses were then taken apart and put back together many times.
In the 1800s, a London carpenter made a house that could be moved and shipped to Australia.

So the idea of building things off-site and putting them together on-site is not new. Off-site building is also used in a number of high-profile projects in Europe.

Prefabrication and pre-engineering are common practises in the world today. In the last few years, India’s industrial sector has become more popular. This new technology is also being used by the government and public sector enterprises (PSUs). Prefabrication is becoming more popular around the world for many reasons, such as how quickly it can be built and how good it is for the environment.

Over the next two years, the global market for prefabricated buildings is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5%, reaching a market value of few millions. Changes are happening slowly but surely in the traditional building industry. In some countries, container homes are very popular, but prefabrication is the most popular way to build in industrial and commercial settings right now.

Prefabrication has become a popular choice for many people for a number of reasons, such as: As the world’s population grows, so does the demand for short-term housing.

Because people have more money to spend, there have been more renovations and new building projects.

To cut down on waste, there needs to be an environmentally friendly way to build. But many people think that when a building is built away from the site, it becomes harder to make changes. On the other hand, prefabrication is different because things like dimensions, load capacity, and structural strength are already set. After a detailed plan for the building is made, work can begin on it.

Modular prefabricated construction is becoming more popular

Experts say that over the next few years, there will be the most growth in warehouses, manufacturing, commercial, educational, and health care facilities. The main benefit of prefabrication is that it speeds up the building process. Even though there are still efforts to improve modular prefabrication and make it more environmentally friendly than traditional construction, the industry is growing at a rate that has never been seen before.

EPACK Prefab is one of the fastest-growing in the country. In the 24 years the we’ve been manufacturing, we’ve had the good fortune to play a big part in building up the country’s infrastructure. So far, 23 million square feet of space has been built using prefabrication. We have a wide range of products to meet your needs in the industrial, commercial, infrastructure, and institutional sectors.