“Construction Technology”

MHS. Modular Housing Systems is a open architecture set of tools creating a versatile an assembled method of construction . We start with precisely engendered Aerospace materials and manufacturing techniques . Creating an integrated manufactured solution to address global needs of the built enviroment. When modular housing system construction techniques are employed parts, onsite training and assembly, allows site work to proceed concurrently, Thus significantly reducing overall job completion time. Improved site work flow reduces congestion and trade stacking, In addition the need for heavy equipment is virtually unnecessary . MHS allows workers to perform constant scopes in tandem on site. Modular Housing Systems approach is “sustainable, green, climate resilient construction,”Wasteless, life cycle of 50+ years, relocatable, reusable, recyclable, that preserves vital environmental resources . Engineered offsite assembled on site, greatly reduces workforce requirements.

Modular Housing System’s MIssion

1. Deliver the highest degree of quality assured and quality controlled Building system.

2. Deliver the promise of Sustainability and Multi generational positive improvements of built environments.

3. Control costs, time and resources.

4. Eliminate Waste

5. Reduced delays.

6. Factory conditions deliver complete quality and quantity requirements.

7. Address the challenges of structures in the built environment.

Addressing Skilled labor shortages will drive owners to mandate collaboration in order to get their projects financed and built so that they can be occupied. The low bid approach is natural but institutional owners will drive for faster collaborative “design-build and IPD” approaches. Skilled labor shortage will drive the modular and off-site construction trend, especially due to ” of age” populations and those approaching retirement. The lack of skilled labor and an ever increasing load of “big data” will create the need for more In the field workforces Currently the need to communicate real time data from the office to the field via Hand held tech is common, but as a broader use of robotics and IOT continues to drive the systems and parts will naturally drive industry. The lack of skilled labor will drive building costs up and in order to maintain some type of profit margin, builders will have to turn to other ways to accelerate the construction process. Zero waste on the site and designed recycle reduce and reuse programs will be required. Skilled Labor shortages will drive innovation by using AR/VR for training and for site construction.

Technology accelerates during usage. Millennials are currently leading the industry initiatives into all industries, they embrace technology more rapidly than the other age groups. Industry, adapts naturally. Internally change seems slow to adapt new technologies but People building environments by protecting our living environment has been at the core since man was hatched. Most of the materials that are sustainable are well understood and use is expanding rapidly. During this time of transition, safety will become a central focus for enforcement.

Today owners and occupants have no idea who has worked on the projects and whether they are certified and trained. That is changing at an accelerated pace, especially as we see an expanded use of Standards, tools and methodologies.

Collaborative project delivery methods will be the NORM. Greatly increasing the skilled work force. · The labor shortage will no longer plague industry. · Uncertainty by design will not linger. · Modular construction has gained the foothold history will prove the rest. · With increased infrastructure-spending at an all time high. This transition is occurring and the measurements are found by · Current Construction methods face ever increasing costs of materials and labor. · Construction firms face increased scrutiny and prosecution of safety and fraud incidents. Lack of affordable safe buildings worldwide .


Commercial modular building Construction an off-site construction process performed in a controlled setting delivered to be assembled on site.