Rise of prefab offsite construction creates opportunities for millwork industry
Texas, January 07, 2016 : A survey conducted by the NIBS Offsite Construction Council in 2014 reported a high demand for offsite construction methodology in key commercial sectors such as hospitality, student housing and military.
The industry experts, who continue to champion the cause of offsite construction in 2016, believe that it allows a faster schedule, improved quality and controlled costs.
Prefab offsite construction has emerged as the trend for 2016, as a recent comparison with traditional methods revealed that modular projects have shorter build times, with an average 42% less total time from start to finish.
They are cheaper, with an average 11% in cost savings. Additional industry reports indicate that the shift to prefab offsite construction may lead to a significant rise in the demand for custom architectural millwork.
Specialized in custom architectural millwork design and drafting, BluEntCAD is now adding millwork services for the Commercial Industry, Institutional Projects, Religious Buildings, Multi-Unit Housing and more.
If you are looking for a dependable partner to create shop drawings for custom millwork, you can explore the options offered by BluEntCAD.
The BluEntCAD team also has the capability and competence to deliver good quality construction documents and architectural drawing drafting services within timelines and budgets.
BluEntCAD is associated with the US Green Building Council (USGBC), the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Architectural Evangelist, the Global Fraternity of Architects (GFA), and the World of Project Management Professionals (WPMP).
BluEntCAD is a recognized architectural drafting service provider for all types of architectural, structural and MEP projects. BluEntCAD has used its AutoCAD and Revit expertise to deliver successful commercial and residential projects for clients based in the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, the Middle East and New Zealand.
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