Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Australian Modular Factory Creates Blueprint for Large Projects

Unitised Building (UB), a large modular factory located in Brooklyn, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, is preparing to roll 100 modules a week off their production line to meet the growing need for urban housing projects.

Currently there is a 240 room hotel being produced and shortly another 140 rooms will begin to take shape in the factory.

The company attracted the attention of the Hickory Group, Australia’s largest apartment builder, who decided to invest in Unitised Building and together they are expanding beyond multi-unit housing and into mining man camps, aged and health care centers and education. Hospital wards are similar in dimension to and layout to hotel rooms and would be a good fit for the company.

UB is building modular bathrooms for Hickory Group that can be rolled into the construction sites and moved into place.

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