“Customers’ surging preference for modular buildings in the post-pandemic era has encouraged MC market participants to broaden their manufacturing and assembly design capabilities,” said Melvin Leong, Homes & Buildings Senior Director at Frost & Sullivan. “The move will increase the use of digital solutions to speed up modular building design and approval processes and focus on sustainable manufacturing practices.”
Leong added: “The next two to three years will see the use of MC to build healthcare facilities and schools in rural areas and temporary housing for displaced populations. Therefore, market participants must work with engineers and architects to improve modular building design in response to changing demand for indoor air quality and sustainability.”
To tap into the growth prospects of the expanding MC sector, market participants should:
Develop end-to-end capabilities in MC product design, customization, manufacturing, installation, and maintenance.
Establish partnerships with companies from other industries, enhancing internal processes (for example, design, production, and assembly) that will addvalue to customers.
Collaborate with government agencies to improve MC regulations to create uniform standards.
Develop green MC products that promote sustainability and energy efficiency during the building life cycle.
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