20 September 2022
Off-site manufacturing has increased significantly in recent years, particularly in sectors such as data centres, life sciences, residential, leisure and healthcare. However while growth has been rapid, adoption varies considerably by country, region and sector, influenced by a variety of factors including maturity of the modular supply chain in-market. Despite the popularity of off-site manufacturing as a method of construction, there is still a lack of clarity and guidance around the key parameters that clients should evaluate to assess whether off-site or traditional is the optimal approach to meet the project objectives.
In order to assist our clients make this assessment, Linesight carried out extensive research and workshops with our global client base and team of cost and project managers, to understand and rank the importance of the key decision-making criteria involved in choosing off-site as a construction method across four primary sectors, data centres, life sciences, residential and healthcare.
Use the download button above to access the report, in which we collate the key findings and provide guidance on the key considerations for choosing the most appropriate construction method, primarily focusing on Category 1 Off-Site Manufacturing.