Saturday, March 24, 2018

NexGen Framing Looks to Florida Keys for Expansion

What sets NexGen Framing apart from traditional building technology is the patented four-in-one exterior X4 wall system, which incorporates the steel stud frame, insulation, exterior sheathing and impermeability layers all into one rigid hurricane rated wall system.

The entire design, engineering and fabrication processes are CAD/CNC controlled for optimum accuracy, productivity and minimum waste. After Hurricane Irma, working with Sherwood Construction and local building inspector Paul Patterson, NexGen worked to strengthen the X4 wall system beyond current codes and recently passed wind load performance testing for 225 mph.

Once a design and engineering is completed, the walls are programmed and divided into sections to facilitate production and worldwide shipping from its headquarters in Melbourne, Florida. The company is currently expanding its operations and even has the ability to take its manufacturing mobile with its “factory-in-a-box” traveling production facility. NexGen’s special light-weight solution for elevated foundations requires fewer pilings and even allows for cantilevered balconies.

The homes can be purchased as a shell or owner/builders or turnkey ready for occupancy. Currently, NexGen ships all over the world and can deliver the home on a semi-truck or cargo container to almost any location.


Anonymous said...

I'm not positive but I think the picture is of an Affinity Building Systems home (a modular manufacturing company) not NexGEn or whomever panelized company. It seems implied that the picture is of a NexGen product.

Coach said...

The picture of that house accompanied all the articles about NexGen Framing

Brandi Hammond said...

This is definitely an Affinity Building Systems Modular home. Rendering belongs to them as well. You can visit their website.