In order to succeed, contractors may need to become more agile and embrace this major change, transitioning to an offsite manufacturing delivery model. Whether this is offsite or modular manufacturing, it relies on factory-made modules and components that are shipped and assembled on site. Offsite and modular manufacturing delivery methods allows project delivery to be more predictable, and faster — at a lower cost and higher quality.
To take full advantage of this new opportunity to increase revenues and margins, consider adapting quickly to the accelerating construction integrated manufacturing model. Ultimately, success in the new digital era for construction will come by harnessing the power of technologies to integrate processes across the business and develop the fast-changing, disruptive services that clients and owners demand.
Leveraging years of deep industry experience in the construction and manufacturing industries, together, Baker Tilly and IFS help construction businesses looking to begin modular construction address the difficulties that come with legacy software, silos of data, constraints on capital, poor processes and fragmented resources. Our team delivers unique industry-specific functionality, expertise and technology insight that empowers construction businesses in today’s unstable economy.