We don’t just take sustainability seriously, we take it literally. Our modules continue to deliver what we promise you long after their construction. And not just at their first locations. While 70 % of our construction projects are still being used for their initial purpose today, the other 30 % have been incorporated into new projects, either in their entirety or in parts. Modular up-cycling, so to speak. And if the life cycle of a module should come to an end one day, 100 % of its construction materials can be reused.
Our through-and-through sustainable modular construction approach gives us an additional advantage: flexibility. Every building can be expanded, relocated, dismantled, or have storeys added to it – and all this in record time. Because sustainability also implies efficiency: from the planning stage to final construction, all of the trades involved work with us hand-in-hand, and under one roof. The local environment also benefits from this prefabrication approach. We reduce the volume of packaging materials and emissions at the construction site and have 80 % less construction site traffic than conventional construction sites. The result? Fewer environmental risks, an all-round improvement in the environmental balance, and a self-sustaining passive housing standard as exemplified by our clinic construction in Kirkenes, Norway. No problem.
Our notion of sustainability involves considering today what the construction of tomorrow needs: maximum efficiency, achieved through recyclability and ease of dismantling, with no reductions in quality or planning certainty.
In short: We are faster. We are more efficient. We are more sustainable. And you can take us at our word.