Steve Randall from Constructive Voices recently interviewed Stelling Properties Engineering Director, Sam Whitworth who along with Maddie Podstada from Re:Haus, explained the role that Modular Construction can play in providing emergency accommodation during a crisis, listen to the podcast here.
Over the course 2020 and 2021 the construction industry, has like every other industry and indeed wider society faced challenges with which it has had to contend, but as we face a new year, we take an optimistic stance and look forward, and in doing so wonder what some of the top trends will be in 2022, here are our thoughts.
When delivering a successful construction project there are some fundamentals to follow to ensure the smooth running of the project, that is no different when using Modular Construction. Stelling Properties believe there are three core principles that will deliver smooth modular projects.
With the Construction Industry accounting for nearly 40% of global emissions, to deliver the Government carbon reduction targets, traditional thinking and practices are changing, here Antonio Lopez of Stelling Properties explores the role Modular Construction can play in delivering Net Zero Buildings. What first needs to be recognised is that delivering Net Zero Buildings requires a focus on both the operational carbon and embedded carbon.
Following the Government’s announcement that it will provide extra funding for pilot schemes to provide temporary housing and extra care for the homeless that have recently been released from hospital, Stelling Properties is calling on those responsible for delivering the pilot programs, to look at modular construction as a way of accelerating the delivery of the homes needed.