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Lucideon is hosting a free-to-attend webinar, ‘Transportability Assessments of Modular and Volumetric Buildings’ on Tuesday 14 May 2019 at 15:00 UK time (10:00 EDT).
Research from AMA Research has shown a 6% increase in prefabricated volumetric modular buildings and portable accommodation in 2017.
The International Standards Organisation (ISO) has approved a new sub-committee to develop standards for the adoption of prefabricated buildings in the UK.
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In this ebook, Jackie Maginnis, chief executive of the Modular & Portable Buildings Association, discusses the evolution of volumetric modular technology from its inception to the advanced systems that are proving increasingly popular today.
Jorge Beroiz, director at CallisonRTKL, looks at zero carbon building techniques and new innovations including by-product materials, such as using rice husks for sustainable cladding.
Darwin Group MD explains the benefits of modern methods of construction for the healthcare and education sectors during Covid-19.
NHBC innovation manager Richard Lankshear discusses the MoU, the growth of offsite systems and a new service, NHBC Accepts.
The Modular & Portable Building Association (MPBA) has publicly supported the government’s transformative 10-year school rebuilding programme backed by over £1bn in funding.
Steady growth in the prefabricated volumetric systems market is expected over the next few years to 2024, according to AMA Research.
The prefabricated volumetric building systems market will grow by 14% from 2020-2024, according to the latest report by AMA Research.
Modular building specialist, Caledonian, has secured a contract to deliver volumetric modular serviced apartments for One Charter Street in Canary Wharf, London.
Tide Construction has for the first time switched on the lights at their landmark 101 George Street scheme in Croydon, bringing the world’s tallest modular building to life.
PBC Today finishes off our preview of the Building Innovation Awards with a look at the Best Offsite/Modular Innovation category.
Taking place on 22 October this year's Modular Matters conference will demonstrate the versatile application of modular and volumetric technology.
The Building Innovation Awards take place on 23 October in Manchester. PBC Today is previewing each category, today focusing on Most Innovative Developer.
How do manufacturers and installers of volumetric offsite construction ensure sustainability and compliance when the key priority is time? Jackie Maginnis, CEO of the Modular & Portable Building Association, shows how the industry has been leading the way longer than you think
FARO’s handheld ScanPlan device can help quickly determine the accuracy and completeness of project information – and make it immediately shareable.
Representing a broad spectrum of technologies, the MPBA recently launched a Volumetric Homes Group to reflect the huge demand in the residential sector.
Whitefriars Housing Association is to trial the use of volumetric modular construction homes in a joint project with Coventry City Council.
The UK market for panelised modular building systems has performed relatively strongly over the past 3 years or so, and is estimated to have grown by 26% between 2014 and 2017, according to a recent report by AMA Research
Uncertainty is a word not often used within the Modular & Portable Building Association, which is currently celebrating 80 years by launching a new specialist accreditation centre and learning hub for its membership and the wider construction industry
The landscape post-Covid may well be a catalyst for the uptake of modern methods of construction and increasing use of digital technology, explains Hawkins\Brown’s partner, delivery director, Nigel Ostime.
Studies by AMA Research have pinpointed the sectors that will experience an upturn from the Covid-19 pandemic, with both modular and offsite construction set to grow.
Modular construction specialist, Caledonian has secured a £40m turnkey contract with Studytel® for its 528-bed student accommodation scheme in Penryn, near Falmouth in Cornwall.
Sales of timber homes and buildings will reach £800m in 2020 as growth in timber frame housebuilding outpaces traditional construction methods.