astudio has secured planning permission to use modular constructon to provide high quality homes to the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
Jaguar Land Rover has submitted a planning application for a modular building that will serve as an occupational health facility as part of its continued expansion at its Whitley global headquarters.
Graham Cleland Director of Berkeley Modular and member of the Buildoffsite Governing Forum, shares his perspective on the skills challenge in the offsite construction sector.
Caledonian has been awarded a £25m contract to manufacture modular bedrooms as part of a £54m development for the University Campus of Football Business, First Way Campus in Wembley.
A new 181-bedroom hotel is set to open in Glasgow after offsite construction techniques helped speed up its delivery.
Offsite construction could be just the thing to tackle some of the key issues highlighted in the Federation of Master Builders 2018 State of Trade survey
Technology is having a profound impact on the construction industry as it embraces innovative and disruptive technologies that were once thought to be science-fiction. Here we take a look at the trends shaping the industry and how companies are staying on top by adopting the latest cutting-edge techniques
Modular construction has become increasingly popular in recent years and has even been hailed as the future of the construction industry, but while technology takes leaps and bounds, the sector still has many obstacles to overcome. We take a look at all things modular
The McAvoy Group has been awarded a £15m contract for the offsite construction of a new wing at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital in Cramlington.
An innovative partnership between award-winning architecture practice astudio and the London Borough of Dagenham & Barking is forging a blueprint for MMC housing development in London
Modular home specialists Go_Modular are setting up their first offsite factory near Southampton as the business looks to disrupt the traditional housebuilding market
The summer saw two key inquiries by Sir Oliver Letwin and the House of Lords put the spotlight on offsite construction as a way of closing the gap between housing production and the government’s target of 300,000 new properties a year. Tom Shaw, director at Ramboll, discusses their findings – and how the industry must respond
Lewis Taylor of TRADA discusses the evolution of offsite timber frame construction into a fully modern method of delivering high quality, cost-effective and sustainable buildings
McBains has been appointed to give strategic and technical advice on the development of the world's tallest modular towers in Croydon, South London.