Cutting edge and emerging technologies lie at the heart of Modulex. Tapping into the overarching ambition of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Internet of Things (IoT) to spearhead the development of Modular Buildings 2.0 capable of meeting the burgeoning housing and infrastructure needs at pace and with optimal cost efficiency. We promote green construction technology that uses less energy, creates less waste, generates less dust and noise pollution, and delivers better-performing buildings.
How are modular buildings built?
Modular construction uses modules manufactured in a controlled factory environment which are transported to the site and connected to form a complete building. This method of construction has many advantages over traditional build techniques. We offer a complete turnkey service from initial concept design through to completion.
Conceptualisation and Design
The client's architect and the company's design team interact to understand the client's requirement and finalise the modular design.
The estimation team prepares a detailed estimate of the modular design finalised during the conceptualisation and design state.
The structural engineering team prepares the structural designs before finalizing the production drawings. Subsequently, the building is broken down into several modules representing three dimensions.
Offsite-Module Manufacturing & Onsite-Foundation
The manufacturing department prepares a plan to manufacture the modules. Modules are manufactured on a rolling production line and are sealed and stored in the factory premise for transport.
Module Transportation & Installation
The modules are transported to the site and installed using cranes, and external cladding of the property is carried out as per the client's requirement. The finishing team carries out finishing work such as joining, installing carpets, paint touching, etc.
Finishing & Handover
After the property inspection, the site is handed over to the client, and the client and the company sign the handover certificate.
Frequently asked questions
What is modular construction?
Why use Modulex?
What are the advantages of modular manufacturing?
- Speed of build
Modular building projects are usually completed 30-50% quicker than traditional construction methods. When using modular, the indoor construction process can take place alongside site and foundations work, and there is no need to worry about weather delays.
- Off-site construction
Modular buildings are constructed off-site in modules and transported on-site in flat-packed panels, ready for build.
- Minimal impact on surrounding businesses
The advantage of building modular is that it removes 80% of the construction activity away from the site location – creating minimum disruption to the surrounding businesses.
- Eco-friendly materials
Modular buildings are built with eco-friendly materials and are leading the market using recycled materials. The process of off-site construction ensures reduced waste.
Modular constructions are very cost-effective, with flexible payment options available and a shorter construction time. The design service is often included, saving design and architectural costs.
- Attractive design
Thanks to innovative and practical design, modular constructions can create unique and attractive designs using the best quality sustainable building materials.
- Bespoke options available
Modular buildings have a bespoke design. Each building is tailored to your needs. Modular buildings can be custom-made to fit your exact space and budget requirements.
- Flexibility of use
Modular buildings are highly flexible, thanks to their bespoke design. Modular buildings can meet your requirements with the perfect flexible extra space.
- High-quality construction
Quality and safety are guaranteed due to the indoor nature of construction, and the building materials are protected from moisture and weather during the construction process.
- Durable materials
Modular buildings are constructed with the most durable construction materials to ensure that the construction is built to last. The materials used for internal walls improve sound insulation and fire-proofing, and modular building structures are extremely airtight, ensuring energy efficiency.
Where is the product manufactured?
Permanent Modular Construction (PMC) buildings are typically constructed indoors on assembly lines in a controlled factory environment.