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What is Systems Built Construction?
Systems Built Contruction is a method for building a home in a climate-controlled factory, on a large assembly-line. Some of you had wondered . . .

Some of you responsed last week and asked "So what is it?"

How is this different than modular?  It is the next generation of modular homes.  Techonology and code has advanced so homes can be constructed with modern items like steep pitched roofs, vaulted ceilings, and all of the finishes the consumer would want.

This construction method increases efficiency as one company vs. 19 subs are responsible for delivering your home, and decreases waste as much of the debris can be reused or segmented for recylcling, and improves quality throughout. Upon completion, these home “modules” are transported to the job site on transport carriers, and then positioned onto the foundation with a crane.  The entire process can be as fast as 45 days but usually takes about 90 days to engineer, prep the site, and construct the home.

Next week I will talk about what is the same and what is different when looking at traditional construction and Systems Built Construction.

Nic Stover
Rubicon Development

Posted by Nic Stover at 10/26/2007 3:40:00 PM
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