Great advantages of industrial production of modular apartments

Building modularly has a range of advantages compared to traditional construction methods. By utilizing factory precision and faster construction times, this method challenges and modernizes the construction industry. At SIBS, we developed a unique system that combines efficiency, quality, and flexibility, allowing us to be faster than traditional modular builders.

Shorter construction time with high quality

One of the biggest advantages of SIBS industrial modular production is the short construction time. From design to completion; Valuable time is saved from the very beginning at design stage, as SIBS’s proprietary building system processes relevant inputs such as regulations, design and other requirements. This system then produces drawings that are sent directly to the factory, allowing us to start production much quicker than traditional methods.

While our modules are produced in a controlled and safe factory environment, groundwork can simultaneously begin at the construction site. This process enables a reduction in construction time by about 30% – 50% compared to traditional construction.

In the factory, modules are then completed to over 90%, including floors, walls, interiors, installations and shafts, which are constructed simultaneously. With traditional building methods, each step must occur sequentially, floor by floor, while modular construction allows the production of all floors simultaneously. This allows for quick assembling of the modules like building blocks and results in buildings being completed much faster.

SIBS Connect – Smooth assembly and flexibility

Our unique system, SIBS Connect, enables easy and quick assembly of the modules. This smart solution also makes it possible to disassemble the building if needed, offering flexibility that traditional building methods cannot provide. This is particularly useful for the adapting and changing market needs.

SPS Flow – Quality assurance and efficiency

With SIBS’s proprietary system SPS Flow, we closely monitor the entire construction process. Our system monitors over 400 quality points and continuously sends information throughout the value chain, from production to delivery. This ensures that any problems or deficiencies are identified and addressed quickly, minimizing the risk of errors and delays. Additionally, we can track the modules’ progress and see when they are expected to arrive at the construction site.

Advantages of industrial modular production

High quality – When we build modularly, we use the same materials and follow the same building standards as traditional construction, but in a controlled indoor environment with built-in quality controls. As modules must be extremely structurally solid to withstand transport and installation, modular buildings can often be more durable than on-site-built structures.

Efficiency and cost savings – By standardizing material purchases and reducing the need for labor work that needs to wait for each other at the construction site, we keep costs down compared to traditional construction methods. Our industrial production also enables faster assembly, further reducing total costs.

Environment – By building modularly, we optimize the use of building materials and minimize waste. Material waste such as cardboard, plaster, wood, concrete, brick and cement is minimized through our efficient production process. Building off-site also reduces the need for vehicles and equipment on the construction site, leading to less disruption for residents in the area.

Shaping the future of construction

At SIBS, we integrate a range of innovation with Scandinavian quality and technologies to build the housing of the future. Our automated design and production system is fast and efficient without compromising our Swedish values of quality or sustainability. With our groundbreaking ConstructionTech solutions and our capacity for a fully modular delivery, we are redefining what is possible in the construction world.

We believe that our industrial production and innovative systems, which we continually develop, will play a crucial role in meeting global housing needs and in shaping the future of construction.

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