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In 2017 the Construction Sector Deal outlined (amongst others) the following objectives for extending the reach of offsite operations within the UK construction industry.
Since the release of the report, the construction industry has made increased efforts to adapt organisations and become more suitable for offsite construction.
But what is offsite construction?
Offsite construction is the completion of elements or components of a construction project at a different location to where they will be permanently installed. This includes the move to modular buildings; whereby entire finished sections of a building are hoisted into position by a crane.
However, offsite construction doesn’t just apply to modular buildings or larger elements of a construction project.
At Delta Balustrades we’ve been manufacturing offsite for 35 years, in a bid to reduce labour times on site, by creating a seamless, disruption free approach to installing our proprietary balustrade systems. Prefabricating parts ready for the final installation allows our proprietary balustrade systems to be installed without the need for any further cutting or welding on site.
To accomplish this, we developed a manufacturing process that results in a finished product being delivered to site.
Our processes include:
In the meantime, don’t forget that 90% of your balustrades journey has already been completed offsite.
Offsite processes are easier to control and ultimately provide better quality. This in turn reduces rework and subsequent snagging operation onsite, saving both time and money. Furthermore, from a Health & Safety perspective, less man hours on site reduces construction related accidents and helps to reduce project management implications.
Using a proprietary balustrade system manufactured offsite can maximum efficiency, cost savings, safety and reduce disruption. Always choose a system that withstands the highest levels of compliance and is a tried and tested product.
If you’d like to know more about Delta’s proprietary balustrade systems, contact us today on 01270 753 383 or email your queries to email@example.com