Healthcare organizations are under more pressure than ever to offer access to affordable care that meets the community's pressing needs. When planning for growth, the urgency of meeting this demand, managing costs, and adhering to industry regulations is a significant challenge.
Fremont, CA: Manufactured building components help streamline the traditional construction process by removing typical job-site challenges. Traditional methods of construction face critical challenges such as trade stacking, inconsistent quality, schedule congestion, and variance. Using manufacturing methods to optimize construction greatly increases productivity and quality while reducing labor requirements and schedule inefficiencies, which are becoming increasingly difficult for construction and skilled trade partners.
Manufactured building components benefit various markets:
Healthcare – Healthcare organizations are under more pressure than ever to offer access to affordable care that meets the community's pressing needs. When planning for growth, the urgency of meeting this demand, managing costs, and adhering to industry regulations is a significant challenge. Healthcare project teams can significantly reduce these challenges and provide the
most efficient and cost-effective solutions that meet industry standards by incorporating the utilization of standard manufactured building designs on multiple projects. Creating design standards and repeating the process on multiple projects allows for the creation of long-term design, quality, construction, and schedule advantages with a much higher return on investment.
Hospitality – The hospitality industry is highly competitive, requiring developers to make quick decisions about location, scale, and branding. Because of the consistency associated with brand standards and the need to gain a competitive advantage, hospitality clients are among the most significant beneficiaries of standard design implementation. The use of design standards on hotel projects reduces design and labor costs while also lowering the risk of project delays, leading to a shorter path to revenue and a faster return for investors. In addition, repeatability ensures increased cost control, construction efficiencies, speed to market and can greatly improve energy controls through improved environmental and quality control processes when applied continuously across multiple projects.