System construction as a building method offers an alternative to conventional techniques. Conventional construction involves building on-site step-by-step, from the foundation to the last details. Flexible construction means that the building is first made entirely in the factory from prefabricated components and then later placed on site and completed. This can include prefabricated walls, floors and ceilings. This building method ensures that construction take place more quickly and the construction site is utilised for a shorter period of time as compared to conventional methods.
De Meeuw builds modular solutions. A construction method that has a lot in common with system construction. Both methods involve industrial production. Modular construction takes industrial production a step further, integrating and installing complete construction modules (including technical installations) as much as possible into the production process. All of the components and equipment are highly coordinated, ensuring higher quality, lower failure costs and significantly fewer delivery points. After prefabrication, the modular building components are assembled and completed in a very short period of time.
There is often the misconception that this building technique only supplies 'mass-produced buildings'. The modular construction system from De Meeuw has a proven history of providing a wide range of high-quality detail work and designs with prefabricated elements. There are very few restrictions to the layout options and there is a great deal of freedom regarding the appearance and individuality of the building itself. The architectural possibilities are endless.
The advantages of DEMEEUW's modular construction:
De Meeuw also creates room for: