In-factory construction offers several benefits over traditional on-site construction. Here are some of the benefits:

– Precision assembly: The repeatable nature of in-factory construction allows builders to continuously improve equipment and processes that cannot be reproduced onsite. Cuts and connections are practiced and confirmed accurate. As the building proceeds through the assembly line, frequent checks confirm strict adherence to specifications¹.
– Weather protection: Materials at jobsites are subject to all sorts of weather, from rain and snow to damaging winds. In-factory construction eliminates these weather-related delays and ensures that materials are protected from the elements¹.
– Reduced waste: In-factory construction produces less waste than traditional on-site construction. This is because materials can be reused more easily and excess materials can be recycled¹.
– Quality control: In-factory construction allows for greater quality control because each component is built in a controlled environment with strict quality standards¹.
– Reduced site disruption: In-factory construction reduces site disruption because fewer workers are needed on site¹.

reduce waste

In-factory construction reduces waste in several ways. First, materials can be reused more easily because they are not exposed to the elements and are not damaged during transport. Second, excess materials can be recycled more easily because they are all in one location. This reduces the amount of waste that ends up in landfills and helps to conserve natural resources.

(1) 5 Big Benefits of In-factory Construction – WillScot.
(2) The Offsite Revolution in Construction – Boston Consulting Group.
(3) Modular construction: From projects to products | McKinsey.

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