With record delivery times, ‘off-site’ construction for hospitals and homes gains strength in Brazil

With standardized and parameterized stages, the method guarantees delivery in 25% of the time required in conventional construction.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A method with record delivery deadlines is becoming an alternative for hospitals and is also reaching homes; blocks are produced in factories and transported ready-made, with the hydraulic, electrical parts to be fitted on site.

Widely used in Canada, European countries, and Japan, off-site construction is starting to take root in Brazil. The term "off-site"  means a construction method that does not take place on the construction site but in a factory.


The model allows several construction stages to occur simultaneously, within a . . .

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