The Second Coming: Prefabrication

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Phil Puccio

We’ve all heard the rumble of the industry from different teams trying to tackle the precast problem, but how much of it is marketing and how much of it is reality?

Historically, prefabricated construction goes back to around 3800 BC. Back to the turn of the 20th century BC, but not until the turn of the 20th. Sears sold in the first half of the 20th. As time went on, the US had very strict building codes for prefabricated buildings, and states and local communities made their own rules that made it impossible made to design a kit that could be built in any location without major modifications.

Enter BIM.

With the advent of BIM (Building Information Modeling), planners have again focused on prefabricated construction as a possible route. BIM enables designers to quickly and seamlessly collaborate to create pre-made designs that can be more modular. We are now able to swap out components to meet local codes and regulations without compromising the overall design. A new approach allows architects to focus on design, and civil engineers and MEPF engineers can focus on what they do best.

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