MODULAR

Modular

Our in-house Architects specialise in producing bespoke tailored modular solutions that can be designed to specifically meet your projects individual needs.

Combined with our cutting-edge manufacturing technologies and operational expertise, we can efficiently convert these designs into the highest quality finished products.

IBSI create modular solutions based on either traditional building techniques, or utilizing the innovative IBSI Panel Building System.

Applications

Modular construction is ideally suited to fast tracked projects where onsite construction time is limited, or for projects where buildings may require relocation in the future.

Modular buildings can either be constructed as completed whole units that are delivered to site ready for use, or as component pieces that are complexed together onsite to create a larger building.

Modular building components are only limited to the size that can be efficiently transported between the factory and the building site, and can be engineered to create multi-storey buildings if required.

IBSI modular buildings are ideally suited to a wide range of applications including;

  • Infrastructure / Mining / Military Camps
  • Student Campus Accommodation
  • Tourist Parks and Lifestyle Villages
  • Class rooms and Childcare Facilities
  • Fire Stations
  • Health Clinics

Benefits

Manufacturing in a controlled factory environment offers many benefits over traditional insitu construction.

  • Ability to confirm or refine the design at an early stage in the construction program through the abilty to manufacture an offsite control prototype (if the project involves replication of multiple modules).
  • Improved quality control with defects identified and rectified prior to delivery to site.
  • Shorter on site construction time reducing Builder’s Preliminaries and Developer’s holding costs.
  • Reduced trade congestion / conflict with individual trades work sequence co-ordinated and monitored through an efficient production line sequence.
  • Reduced site disruption as less trades are required to travel to site and fewer site material deliveries are needed.
  • Reduced material wastage and increased recycling opportunities.
  • Avoids wet weather delays and material damage through exposure to the elements.
  • Better and more easily managed safety controls.
  • Improved security reducing the possibility of theft or damage.
  • Improved access to skilled trades that may not be available in regional or remote areas.
  • Uniformity of the product is assured, especially where design replication is possible.
  • Increased strength due to the requirement for transportation necessitating a more robust and rigid structure.
  • Ready ability to dismantle, refurbish, relocate and redeploy.