Prefabrication

The “built world” is becoming increasingly complex. In addition, the lack of professionals is also growing. These two trends together form the basis for the need to prefabricate the building process, a development that falls under the umbrella of Construction Technology (“contech”) and therefore offers starting points for improving the (traditionally low) margins in the construction industry.

A 3D-printed house

A 3D-printed house

A 3D-printed houseThe construction process is increasingly becoming a fabrication process. This...

The new normal in construction

The new normal in construction

The new normal in constructionConstruction is the largest industry in the world, but it is no longer a growth engine. The industry accounts for 13 percent of global GDP, but provides only 1 percent of the growth. However, this does not entail a lack of possibilities:...

Construction investment

Construction investment

Construction investmentInvestment company HAL announced this week that it is taking over construction group Van Wijnen. The construction industry is intensively engaged in industrialization, and the prefabrication of construction may therefore be a factor in this...

Prefabrication projected to grow

Prefabrication projected to grow

Prefabrication projected to growIn the increasingly complex 'built world', prefabrication is being looked to innovate construction. There might be some truth in this, as the industry is projected to grow substantially in the near future.

Vacancy business founder

Vacancy business founder

Vacancy:Business Founder Room for the NewEntweder Entweder is building ventures. New proptech ventures are being co-founded together with ambitious entrepreneurs. With them proven ideas are transformed into start-ups and start-ups into scale-ups. A proces that is...

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