|Minimum Order Quantity||4000 Sq ft|
|Roof Type||PUF PANEL|
|Place Of Origin||Pan India|
|Minimum Order Quantity||3000 Sq Ft|
|Surface Treatment||Color Coated|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Safety: The manufacturing process in an off-site location can be set up so that workers are standing at floor level instead of working above their heads on ladders, increasing job safety. Equipment to assist in moving items can be built into the process. Lighting can be optimized, in lieu of temporary construction lighting, also enhancing worker safety.
Quality control: Prefab construction/assembly normally occurs in a shop in which the environment is controlled and work is not affected by the weather. Elements stay cleaner and are not as vulnerable to damage by other tradespeople. Prefabrication also can reduce the amount of rework and punch list items.
Improved design: More innovative design may result from earlier attention to design and looking at processes more creatively and collaboratively. For example, a distribution rack structure could be designed to also support a patient lift if it’s considered early enough in the process.
Speed to market: Many prefabricated elements can be created in parallel with the rest of construction, rather than in sequence. When the site is ready to accept an element, the element is ready to be installed, instead of waiting for it to be created on-site.
Reduction of waste: Calculation of materials can be much more precise with prefabrication, reducing the amount of material purchased as well as waste thrown into landfills. Labor waste is also reduced by cutting down on the amount of walking on-site to find tools, for example.
Cost control: While one cannot say categorically that every use of prefabrication will reduce construction costs, it is typical that owners and the design/construction team will have a greater certainty of their cost exposure for the parts of a project that are prefabricated because of the early and precise definition of the product.
Easier-to-operate building: With factory-made elements, quality can be controlled better, resulting in lower failure rates. Standardized parts and assembly make servicing easier. Planning for clash avoidance and service access occurs earlier in the design process, making long-term facility maintenance easier.
Reduction in labor: In a tight labor market, projects can be executed with fewer construction workers. In addition, factory labor rates are typically lower than construction labor rates.
Collaboration: Trends in design and construction have been demonstrating the advantages of increased collaboration of all parties. Prefabrication enhances the opportunities for teamwork that benefit all parties.Prefabrication processes
According to Marks, there are three basic execution strategies for prefabrication: