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Is modular construction the future of buildings?

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We live in a world surrounded by homes, shopping centers, and office buildings built to withstand the test of time, but there’s a problem with this focus on permanence.

In our dynamic and ever-changing world, permanent structures often end up generating massive amounts of waste, whether through demolition or abandonment. In fact, global construction waste is expected to reach over two-billion tons per year by 2025.

That’s why modular construction, a building technique that dates back to the 1800s, is starting to pick up steam once again. The modular construction process involves transporting multiple prefabricated buildings which are connected on-site to form a complete structure.

It’s like LEGOs on steroids, using cranes for assembly rather than your fingertips. Because of the ease with which modular buildings can be disassembled and transported elsewhere for reuse, they could lead to exponential increases in efficiency and sustainability.

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