Modulex is a global pioneer in construction technology, with a steadfast commitment to carbon neutrality and innovation, combined with a determination to harness the power of emerging technologies to meet critical housing and infrastructure needs across the globe, at pace, and with optimal efficiency.What We Do
Who we are
A ConstrucTech business delivering "Modular Buildings 2.0"
Modulex makes use of state-of-the-art proprietary emerging technologies to produce 3D volumetric and steel modular buildings: a thoroughly modern manufacturing and assembly process that makes conventional construction look archaic. Our technology will radically transform traditional construction into a controlled environment manufacturing model.
How we do it
Our Method of Transformation
Modulex caters to the rising demand for off-site construction technology by leveraging emerging technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT). It guarantees a 30-50% reduction in total build time and achieves a greater level of quality than any exclusive site-based project can deliver, creating components in a fully controlled environment.
What We Do
The World faces an acute shortage of housing as well as key infrastructure. Dinosaur construction isn't delivering anymore... So it's time to embrace the next chapter in ConstrucTech.
We are led by a senior and experienced management team who is passionate about creating a futuristic ConstrucTech business by delivering the full potential of "Modular Buildings 2.0"
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