On-site construction is going to change a great deal in the next few years by increasingly integrating off-site construction, whether it is for the prefabrication of architectural elements like balconies and façades or technical elements – the conduits, bathrooms, and so on – or at the highest level, which is PPVC. Modular construction is already revolutionizing the construction sector. In the future, it will provide a response to fundamental trends, which are mass production, prefabrication, digitization, and the circular economy.
Products that lend themselves easily to this type of construction are hotels, student residences, nursing homes and hospital
rooms. These are particularly well adapted to modular construction because the room and the module are the same size, which is optimal for transport and installation.
In parallel, we are continuing our research and development on our construction methods, using innovative materials to reduce the weight and cost of the modules.
As a global player in property development and construction, Bouygues Bâtiment International is the only company that offers its customers an all-inclusive approach, from the technical feasibility studies to the handover of the project. This includes handling all aspects of production: module fabrication, transport, logistics, installation, and coordination of all trades on site.