FAQs

FAQs

Prefabricated construction is a method where building components are made off-site and assembled on-site. It involves building components in a controlled environment and fitting them together perfectly on-site. Prefabricated construction is faster, more efficient, and can be used for various types of buildings.

Prefab buildings are mostly utilised for the construction of industrial warehouses, storage godowns, agricultural sheds, etc. Additionally, it can be utilised to build short-term office buildings, hospital camps, retail spaces, nursery schools, evacuation centres, schools, apartment buildings, sports arenas, single-family homes, administrative offices and military dormitories.

Construction timelines vary based on the size of the project, but typically 30% to 50% time savings is achieved by choosing modular construction rather than traditional site-built construction.

The construction of modular buildings has a lot of advantages. In addition to enhancing quality and durability, factory construction greatly minimises project site traffic, noise, safety risks, and overall disruption to the community. Less workers are required on site because at least 80% of the building has been finished offsite. As a result, the project's labour expenses are reduced. With all trades working together in one place at once, structures may be created in half the time it takes to complete a project on-site, which significantly reduces weather-related delays.

The main distinction between site-built construction and modular construction is that the building components are transported to the construction site for installation and final assembly while modular construction is carried out in a manufacturing facility.

Yes! Custom designs, various configurations of space and custom features and materials can be selected.

The module size restrictions change to comply with various state transportation regulations. Generally, module lengths are up to 72 feet, widths range from 10 feet to 15 feet, and internal ceiling heights range from 9 feet to 10 feet six.

Yes! Saraf Real Infra is a full turnkey general contractor.

● Speed: Off-site fabrication in a factory allows for parallel site preparation activities, which can significantly reduce overall construction time.
● Sustainability: Prefabricated construction can minimize site disturbance, waste, and environmental impact through closely managed material flow and pre-planned assembly/disassembly.
● Safety: Health and safety can be more easily controlled in a factory setting.
● Quality: Factory-controlled processes ensure that products meet predetermined quality standards, and the indoor environment protects buildings and components from weather damage.
● Cleanliness: Prefabricated construction can minimize or eliminate the need for on-site wet trades, as elements are pre-formed and pre-applied in the factory.
● Technology: The use of fabrication technologies and computer-aided designs is leading to innovation and revolutionizing the construction industry.
● Value: Faster completion times can generate income for clients earlier and can lead to lower site expenses due to less time on-site.
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