The conventional mode of construction has been the accepted way of the building since time immemorial. Prefabricated construction, on the other hand, has changed the way we look at construction – from reducing time to eco-friendliness.
While certain steps at the beginning are common in both modes of construction – planning, design, approvals, etc. It is from here on everything changes.
In this mode of construction, the foundations are laid, walls are erected, the roof is built, then the interior of the building is made. Before the handover to the customer, the snag-list is made and dealt with – the things that need to be addressed. Only then the building is officially ready.
As the foundation of the building starts getting ready on-site, the components of a building are simultaneously started building off-site in the factory. Off-site construction includes making the wall panels, roof panels, steel frames – primary and secondary. The snag-list in prefab construction is done at the factory before handing over the building. The building components are then transported to the construction site and handed over.