The off-site construction method can be used for a variety of cleanroom purposes including large open spaces with no internal supports. Using pre-fabricated panels, apertures and fixtures are prepared off-site to minimise time, reduce safety risks and reduce the need for specialist trades on site, e.g., electricians. Door systems are delivered as hybrid systems with frame handles, glazing and interlocking systems in place.
As a more cost-effective solution for clients, the off-site method allows you to stay within your allocated budget and control lead times, as decisions are made well before the installation date. More time is allocated to the complex and critical design stage. This ensures accuracy and reduces the installation time on site, which minimises business disruption, as well as offering a cleaner, safer and less congested site.
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