What’s unique about Saramark?


We focus on the process of construction.  Prefabrication and other techniques allow for the following:

  • More controlled conditions for weather, quality control, improved supervision of labor, easier access to tools, and fewer material deliveries (Construction Industry Institute, 2002).
  • Fewer job-site environmental impacts because of reductions in material waste, air and water pollution, dust, noise, and overall energy costs
  • Project schedules are compressed.  Certain components are being assembled and processed while foundations are being poured on-site
  • Fewer conflicts in crew scheduling and better sequencing of skilled labor
  • Less on-site materials storage, resulting in fewer losses
  • Increased worker safety through reduced exposures to inclement weather, temperature

By its nature, modular construction is material and resource efficient. One of the great economies of modular construction is the ability to assemble repetitive units in controlled conditions.
Another is to minimize material waste associated with conventional construction due to weather intrusion and construction site theft.  The panelized units significantly limit construction waste generated at the site and simplify construction waste management.  Panelized process control enables assembly under controlled manufacturing conditions, with tight inventory control and project schedules.
Using off-site manufacturing processes can help the construction industry reduce waste, according to a report published by the U.K. group WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme). Off site manufacture offers the construction industry benefits in terms of time and cost predictability, health and safety and skills. The full report can be viewed here: www.wrap.org.uk/construction/.

 

 

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