Construction time on site can be reduced to just 4 weeks per house, thus ensuring vast cost savings.
The build system has achieved NSAI Agrément certification and the factory production control system achieved an EN1090-1:2009 certification. These industry leading quality standards form the solid foundations from which MHI units are designed and manufactured for the end user.
The offsite phase even extends to fully mechanically and electrically serviced units rendered with bathrooms and ensuites tiled and kitchens installed as required. Each module is fully snagged and thoroughly cleaned before it is shrink-wrapped and sealed and ready for delivery.
Modules are labelled with data identifiers for part, unit type, end site location and other data that can be scanned by both MHI and the end client.
They are then carefully loaded onto transportation units through a high-precision moving and craning process, ready for distribution.
Modules are transported using a specialist distribution partner, who arranges permits or escorts from the factory to the development site.
Modules are connected on-site using specialist lifting mechanisms. Two full residential units, including sealed roofs, can be installed and connected in just one day. This means that just 20% of the construction needs to happen on site.
The completed job offers the end customer a much superior quality dwelling by utilising quality assured standards within a factory environment that can be seen in the completed house.