Industrialised construction offers certain advantages over traditional systems.
Unlike conventional construction, the industrialised construction system offers greater flexibility in the design, since, instead of conforming to the limited options in a catalogue (and assuming significant cost overruns to adapt it to their tastes), those who buy an industrialised home can decide the design, which they can then divide into pieces.
Sustainability is another of the advantages of industrialised construction. The use of this system means a reduction in the waste generated, which means that it has a lower impact on the environment.
Controlling waste management in a factory can be done more efficiently than in a traditional construction site. As well as better use of your material resources.
Costs and timescales
The industrialised construction of housing means an improvement in the reduction of costs and manufacturing times.
According to ACR, thanks to industrialisation, a traditional construction site taking 20 to 21 months can be reduced to 15 to 16 months in an industrialised construction site. This leads to significant savings in the manufacturing process.