Why Use Modular School Buildings?
It’s a common concern that something produced in a factory and pieced together on site won’t be as effective or enduring as a traditionally constructed building. Our team at Modulek pride themselves on proving those concerns moot time and time again.
The advantages of modular school buildings speak for themselves and they speak loudly. The first and most obvious advantage; the build times. Usually, modular school facilities take between three and four months to complete after the design is finalised. This is compared to the 7-10 month build times for traditional methods, depending on the size and complexity of the design.
On-site construction isn’t delayed by adverse weather, because the fabricated pieces are already sealed and weather resistant. This is especially useful for a country that has rain for almost 42% of the year. This allows for year-round construction, regardless of cold, heat, rain or snow etc.
Schools today suffer from underfunding on almost every level, which is why our methods and processes lead to exceptionally cost-effective methods of achieving that much needed expansion. Shorter build times lead to lower costs, which are reflected in the competitive prices Modulek offers.
The entire process is greener for the environment. Modular construction produces less waste products, up to an 80% reduction in waste, and saves on CO2 by up to a surprising 60%. Up to 50% reduced water usage during construction and many of the materials used in our modular designs are widely recycled. 
On top of the outright savings, modular school buildings show up to a 60% reduction in yearly CO2 emissions, which means lower heating costs and savings throughout the life of the building.