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Modular structure design can be easily differentiated according to customer demand. Changes in the interior layout of the building or increase or decrease in the requested area can be easily adapted to the structure.


Exterior factors such as weather conditions or the accessibility of manpower do not have an effect on construction time compared to conventional construction. The production can continue during all time of the year and the project completion date is fixed limiting unforeseen costs securing the investment.

Reduced Mess, Complexity and Time at Construction Site

Production is principally executed in the factory. Onsite work is considerably short and the resulting effect is easy site management and less disturbance for local residents.


As modular construction tasks are mostly standardized, downtime costs are low. Virtually no renovation work is required to restore errors in planning, design, or execution. Buildings are delivered importantly earlier, increasing the client's gainfulness.

High Quality Products

The production is executed indoor meaning that the quality and safety is guaranteed and the building materials are protected. Indoor production assures that in every stage of manufacturing process well-defined quality control procedures are performed resulting in a defect free product.


Modular production and construction allows handling and using accessible resources and minimizing energy consumption, thus caring for the environment. The modular system design forms significantly less waste since most of the materials can be recycled. Moreover, DMT modular buildings are designed as energy efficient buildings providing a significant reduction of the energy need for heating and cooling.


Modular Construction is both a manufacturing and a construction process, where a building is produced in parts in modules in a factory controlled environment, which then these modules brought together at site to form a complete building, introducing many advantages such as flexibility, shortened project schedules, reduced site costs and increased quality.