About modular buildings

Modular buildings drastically reduce the time and cost of construction. The building materials used are light yet sturdy, making them easily transportable.

The modular building elements are manufactured in-house to exact design specifications. The finished product is delivered and installed on a concrete slab using the tongue and groove polyurethane panel system. A bolt together steel truss system super structure is the back bone of the roof, which is then covered by an IBR sheet (various colour combinations available) with isotherm and sisalation. A suspended ceiling gives the buildings a professional finish. All the components for our modular buildings are manufactured and consolidated in the warehouse to ensure quality, and erected onsite, enabling local skills transfer.

We have extensive experience in implementing modular building solutions in Africa - on time and on budget! Contact our team today with your project requirements.

Standard Features

  • 60mm fully-insulated polyurethane external wall panels
  • 40mm internal wall panels
  • Aluminum door and window frames
  • Chromadek external doors and hollow core internal doors
  • Engineered steel truss and purlin roof system
  • Ceiling optional between suspended or chromadek ceiling
  • Plumbing and electrics
  • Flooring

Prefabricated modular buildings for the healthcare industry

Application of modular buildings in healthcare

Modular construction can deliver healthcare facilities faster and are better value for money. The environment provided is safe, sterile and easily cleanable.

From individual wards through to complete theatre departments and doctors' practices, we have the knowledge and expertise to create a practical, high quality and safe caring environment. We also offer mobile clinic solutions.

Our products are lightweight, durable and compact, making them easy to transport to even the most inaccessible locations in Africa. The prefabricated buildings sections are built in our warehouse facility and then delivered to their intended site, ensuring the least amount of disruption to patients and staff.

Some of the advantages of using modular buildings in the healthcare industry are:

  • Speed of construction
  • Reduced waste generation and on site disturbance
  • Easier to use modular buildings in remote locations
  • Lower cost per m2

 

 

Modular Buildings
Mobile Buildings
Modular Buildings
  • 60mm fully-insulated polyurethane external wall panels
  • 40mm internal wall panels
  • Aluminum door and window frames
  • Pre-painted steel external doors and hollow core internal doors
  • Engineered steel truss and purlin roof system
  • Ceiling options: suspended gypsum or insulated panels
  • Plumbing and electrics
  • Flooring

Add-ons include:

  • Water and electrical reticulation
  • Clean water supply
  • Power supply: generator, solar and wind
  • Sewage disposal
  • Kitchen, laundry and recreational equipment
Mobile Buildings

Mobile units have the same features and add-ons as modular buildings. They are assembled off-site and the completed unit is delivered by trailer to site. Mobile units are available for sale or rent.

Configurations available for mobile units are:

  • Ablutions
  • Class rooms
  • Offices
  • Accommodation
  • Residential