SIBS building system saves time up to 50%

In an era where time is of essence and construction demands are reaching new heights, an innovative solution has emerged to address the need for faster project completion. Above all, it needs not compromise on quality. Here is where the SIBS Industrialized Building System (SIBS) comes into play – a modern approach well known for its speed. Emphasizing prefabrication, the SIBS method saves up to 50% of time.

SIBS method helps save time from design to finish by up to 50% due to its streamlined production process and the off-site prefabrication concept. 

Unlike traditional construction, this distinction brings a dramatic acceleration to the process. Multiple tasks can be performed simultaneous, from site preparation to component production. For instance, concrete walls can be produced and stored so that it is fixed whenever required – thus transferring a sequential process into a much more efficient one. 

Maximizing Resources & Time

The parallel approach in SIBS is a game-changer. This system allows different stages of construction to occur at the same time. While foundations are being laid, components are being crafted off-site. This not only saves time but maximizes resource utilization, leading to faster project completion.

Predictability & reducing uncertainties

The SIBS method allows meticulous processes to be carried out with uninterrupted schedules, ensuring components are ready when needed. This allows project managers to plan and execute each project smoothly. 

This is contrast with traditional construction which often encounters challenges like weather delays, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions. 

Revolutionizing the industry

SIBS building system brings a revolution to the industry by offering power over speed and efficiency. Its streamlined process with off-site prefabrication, parallel construction and predictable timelines guarantees a predictable delivery period. As the construction industry evolves, SIBS will eventually be a vital solution for the industry and to meet global housing needs. 

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