How are electrical, mechanical and datacom contractors keeping the edge in the competitive commercial construction market? By finding a differentiator in a saturated market. Trends like prefabrication are allowing contractors to get ahead of the competition by using time-saving methods to complete jobs quickly.
While there may be a few perceived drawbacks, there are countless benefits, like more lead time, schedule flexibility and less downtime, to making the switch to using prefabrication as a tool on the job site. If you’re considering making the switch to prefabrication on some of your jobs, whether they are high-rise buildings, hotels or other building types, consider all the facts when it comes to introducing prefab to your team.
Learn how prefabrication can save time and money, and provide other benefits with Introduction to Prefabrication.
Discover more about:
- Definition of prefabrication
- Potential benefits
- Perceived drawbacks