3D Modular Volumetric Construction
3D Volumetric Construction Process
• In a single pour or a 3-D shape, the modules cast five sides to create a pre-designed shaped space or many spaces.
• During the design process of the modules, the moulds are adjustable. In the mould, all openings like built-doors, windows, access points etc. are designed into the mould.
• The openings are so accurate for Windows doors that they can be ordered directly from the drawings.
• At the time of casting, the first fix MEP is installed, thereby reducing the time and labour needed for chasing the walls, repairing the ducts, and plastering the walls.
• This technique is replicated, and the modules are installed side-by-side or atop one another. This causes the first module's roof to become the second module's floor since they are stacked vertically. This ability to fit together the modules reduces the time for building.
•The service life of a volumetric constructed building is comparable to that of conventional onsite constructions of similar high quality. With the off-site manufacturing buildings in the factory's regulated quality check setting, and a building of standardised and easily reproducible quality can be provided.
•The factory conditions, which reduce construction times, risks and delays make volumetric construction to be 40-60% cheaper than traditional onsite building.
•Since buildings are easily constructed in a factory, more of them can be produced in a shorter period. As a result, the efficiency is quite high, with less demand for workers.
WRITTEN BY:Mohit and Havisha