Are your clients demanding shorter schedules and reduced risk? Do you want greater quality control on your projects? Does your firm want to improve sustainability across its portfolio?
Modular construction used to have a bad rap of limiting architects’ design creativity. But new design and construction approaches are changing its reputation. When done thoughtfully—through early collaboration with fabricators—architects can create unique designs that address a range of client needs.
From quality and safety to schedule efficiency and sustainability, modular building has a lot to offer owners and project teams. Learn more about the variety of benefits of modular construction with the new AIA Modular and Off-Site Construction Guide.
The Modular and Off-Site Construction Guide serves as a primer on the modular approach for architects. It includes:
- value and opportunities of modular design
- pitfalls designers should be wary of
- case studies that exemplify successes and obstacles
“Modular & Off Site Construction Guide.” The American Institute of Architects, https://www.aia.org/resources/6119840-modular-and-off-site-construction-guide. Accessed 9 February 2020.