- The most popular states for modular construction in 2001 were North Carolina, Michigan, and New York.
- Modular construction is quickly becoming the method of choice by owners, developers and general contractors who want a quality, precision built , eco- friendly home. Built by professionals who understand the time value of money and the benefit of building better, faster greener and for less.
So why are all homes not built using modular construction? To some extent, they are. The building industry has been moving toward modular construction for many years. Cabinets, windows, roof trusses, and door systems are no longer fabricated on site, but rather built in modern factories and delivered to the site. These modular components have increased the quality, lowered the cost and accelerated the construction schedule for home builders and homeowners everywhere. Some builders have even extended this approach to include larger components such as panelized walls and pre-formed concrete foundation systems. Full modular construction is simply the next logical step in this evolution. Thousands of homes every year in every part of the country are now built using modular construction techniques. And those numbers will continue to grow as more and more homeowners and builders experience the advantages of modular construction.