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Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) refers to a wide range of construction techniques, varying from offsite manufacturing, to onsite methods which provide an alternative to traditional methods of construction. The alternative, modern approach to construction has been linked to significant benefits such as speeding up construction delivery, increased quality and reduced labour costs to name a few. Recently we have seen a renewed interest in Modern Methods of Construction as more contractors, housebuilders and developers make use of the variety of systems available. The events of 2020 have caused a marked shift in focus, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated many businesses into exploring ways of doing things better, this has led to a marked increase in clients wanting to explore Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) to enable them to meet their business goals. In an evolving construction industry which has a backdrop of market uncertainties and a recognised skills shortage, it seems inevitable that those in the sector will pursue more control and use MMC to keep project delivery efficient and sustainable. PBC Today offers a wide selection of Modern Methods of Construction news, from the latest projects and challenges facing the industry, to how MMC can help solve the housing crisis and expert comment on the latest technologies and opportunities within the sector.

Precast modular construction

Precast modular construction is changing the sector

Neil Magner and Gavin Lowe, of FP McCann outline how precast modular construction has been used to regenerate Swansea University’s New Bay Campus
offsite construction

The future is bright; the future is offsite construction

PBC Today’s Lisa Carnwell gains an insight into the man leading the charge for offsite construction, in an interview with new Buildoffsite Chair Andrew Dix
modular construction

McAvoy Group to invest £10m in modular construction

A £10m investment boost is to be given to the modular construction industry, as McAvoy Group announces plans to expand its services

Modular construction could top government agenda

Sources close to the government have revealed modular building could be top of the agenda to tackle the growing housing crisis The government and the mayor of London are looking into plans to use off-site construction methods to tackle the shortage of homes. According to a source close to the government,...

The rise of offsite construction

Richard Ogden, Chairman of the Buildoffsite organisation explains why offsite construction can bring huge benefits to the construction industry… I have worked in the construction industry for almost 50 years with many roles including client and supplier. In that time, I have picked up two abiding thoughts. Firstly – the...
construction

Think you’re innovative in construction?

You might think that offsite construction and modular buildings are something new... nonsense! We’ve been doing it in one way or another for a very long time.
housing

Housing a nation through off-site construction

Dr Tim Fox, Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers argues that a solution to the UK’s housing crisis could lie in the off-site construction sector

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MMC News

Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) refers to a wide range of construction techniques, varying from offsite manufacturing, to onsite methods which provide an alternative to traditional methods of construction.

The alternative, modern approach to construction has been linked to significant benefits such as speeding up construction delivery, increased quality and reduced labour costs to name a few.

Recently we have seen a renewed interest in Modern Methods of Construction as more contractors, housebuilders and developers make use of the variety of systems available.

The events of 2020 have caused a marked shift in focus, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated many businesses into exploring ways of doing things better, this has led to a marked increase in clients wanting to explore Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) to enable them to meet their business goals.

In an evolving construction industry which has a backdrop of market uncertainties and a recognised skills shortage, it seems inevitable that those in the sector will pursue more control and use MMC to keep project delivery efficient and sustainable.

PBC Today offers a wide selection of Modern Methods of Construction news, from the latest projects and challenges facing the industry, to how MMC can help solve the housing crisis and expert comment on the latest technologies and opportunities within the sector.