Besides manufacturing, we put in place technologies to enable efficient on-site construction processes. Here we pay particular attention to specific aims of productionising the on-site assembly of modular houses and other buildings. We bring standard operating procedures and the requisite temporary, reusable construction tooling into what was once an environment reliant on highly skilled tradesmen.
Through early engagement and assessment, it’s our intention to ensure the cost-effective, high-quality, and controlled completion of factory-manufactured modules. We also develop an overall industrialisation roadmap. This does plenty, from realising the client’s volume forecast proposal to forming the basis of an industrialisation strategy.
In line with the established roadmap, we work to define, design, manufacture, install and commission a bespoke manufacturing facility. We’ll do this on behalf of your nominated manufacturer, ensuring the necessary infrastructure is in place to begin modular construction.
The ETG team will work with you to generate a flow line concept where product and volumes permit. This step is about ensuring correct handling provision is designed and carried through all stages of modular accommodation construction.
Joining is one of those all-important modern construction techniques. You’ll need to join together modular frame assemblies to create buildings that get progressively larger in size. These joining solutions must be flexible and ideally automated, which is where we come in.
If you would like to learn more about these stages, click on our modular building page. Alternatively, give ETG a call to speak with a member of our team direct.