Your Building Will Be Quality & Durable
Speaking of inspections, off-site construction takes place in highly controlled manufacturing facilities, with specialized skilled workers and quality control inspections that are completed throughout each project.
To ensure a structurally-sound product, focused inspections are completed as the individual modules move down the assembly line. This unique quality control process allows for imperfections to be corrected without affecting the other areas of the project, saving time and keeping costs down.
When the project is completed at your site, the final assembly then undergoes the same final inspection as its conventionally built counterparts. In fact, modular components are designed and manufactured to a higher standard, as they must also withstand the rigors of on-road transportation, including high winds, vibrations, weight distribution, and bumps.
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