One of the main strategies of industrialized construction is the design for the manufacturing and assembly of components. It involves a shift from linear construction, element by element, to simultaneous construction through industrialized components.
An optimal design focused on component manufacturing helps reduce costs, shorten execution times, and improve product quality. The building is seen as a set of pieces to assemble, primarily the structure, bathrooms, and facade, but also modules for installations, kitchens, and interior divisions.
Construction in technical wood is ideal for working with components since the structure is designed as a kit of pieces that comes from the factory produced to the millimeter. A network of stable suppliers and continuous collaborative R&D allows optimizing the production of these components and introducing an increasing number of industrialized elements into the construction site.