July 2020

Engineering and Construction

U.S. modularization—Keep an eye toward the most economical approach

Modularization has been discussed extensively as a means to facilitate the construction of significant projects.

Rentschler, C., Al Bassami Industries; Shahani, G., ShureLine Construction

Modularization has been discussed extensively as a means to facilitate the construction of significant projects. Many benefits exist for modularization, including controlled construction and schedule improvement. Due to the controlled environment for module construction, quality is more easily achieved and weather is not an issue. In addition, construction in remote areas (where field labor is a concern) is minimized. However, modularization comes with a price—so it pays to keep costs in check. In the U.S., shop labor can be costly, and supplemental steel needed for shipping can add further cost. An option is to investigate module construction overseas, where fabrication labor can be a smal

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