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  1. Prefabrication is the practice of manufacturing the parts of an assembly in one location, ready for them to be assembled in another place. (Web site)
  2. Prefabrication is a manufacturing process, where materials are joined to form a component part.
  3. Prefabrication is the practice of manufacturing the components of an assembly in one location and assembling them in another.
  4. Prefabrication is a practical, modern way to maximize space and delineate limits and boundaries in any work environment.
  5. Prefabrication is a hot topic among architects at the moment. (Web site)


  1. Prefabrication can be located where skilled labour is more readily available and costs of labour, power, materials, space and overheads are lower. (Web site)


  1. Recently, however, modern architects are experimenting more often with prefabrication as a means to deliver well-designed and mass-produced modern homes. (Web site)


  1. Major architects, including Walter Gropius, Konrad Wachsmann, and Buckminster Fuller, have been involved significantly in the development of prefabrication.

Modern Architecture

  1. Because of this, many feel modern architecture is better suited to benefit from prefabrication. (Web site)


  1. As a result, prefabrication has come to describe any manufacturing process that takes place in a controlled environment, usually a factory.
  2. Prefabrication saves engineering time on the construction site in civil engineering projects. (Web site)


  1. Construction Site
  2. Manufacturing Process
  3. Component Part
  4. Work Environment
  5. Modern Architecture
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  Originally created: March 30, 2007.
  Links checked: May 19, 2013.
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