Modular Prefabrication | Design-Construction Success for Healthcare Design

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Jan 22, 2013 3:33:43 AM

HealthcareDesign Magazine article (Dec 2012): Is Healthcare Next to See a "Game Change" in Modular Building? compares the successes of modular, prefabrication design-construction projects of private developers with recent healthcare projects.

Excerpt: The source of the excitement was the use of modular building components—prefabricated pieces, whether for patient rooms or MEP racks—being built offsite and then brought into a facility for quick installation. Not only did the jurors note the innovation involved in thinking outside the box, but also the inherent benefits that come with it, like shaving time off the schedule, reducing construction waste, lowering labor costs, and heightening quality.

Read the complete article to obtain project links to both the healthcare and private projects successfully implementing modular, prefabrication processes.

Learn how the BIM process, construction prefabrication and modular design are delivering value by downloading this report from our article: Download McGraw-Hill SmartMarket Report | Prefabrication and Modularization | 2011

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