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Modern Methods of Construction - MMC
Regions and remote districts (including Indigenous communities) can now confidently plan the construction of new homes and school buildings - without the cost excesses normally levied by city based companies, meaning shortages of affordable houses can now be a thing of the past, with social housing projects being one of the most important elements in our design and build program. Pavilion Systems (PAVSYS) simplifies house construction by eliminating the traditional ‘framing, bracing, lining, insulating, sheathing and finishing’ process required for “stick” or “block” construction, and replaces it with a combination of ‘off-site’ manufacturing of the interior elements and the ‘on-site’ completion of the reinforced concrete structure and exterior coating. Advances in construction technology mean your building project is managed through our proprietary Design, Manufacture, Construct (DMC) digital construction platform, creating a vertically-integrated procurement & logistics hub that delivers environmentally sustainable & energy-efficient buildings. Modular designs bring savings in cost and time, with the ‘high-performance building envelope’ completed in 5 to 10 days, and the remaining finishing making the whole build duration only 6 to 8 weeks. Sustainable materials are recycled/recyclable from 100% local sources (where possible), supporting a circular economy, meeting “passive house” and “net-zero energy” standards, and integrating solar photo-voltaic collectors and battery storage into projects.
‘high-performance building envelope’
- safe from wild fires (non-combustible)
- safe from cyclones (storm & wind resistant)
- superior thermal insulation
- solar PV panels & battery storage
DEFINITION: At its simplest, the building envelope is the exterior or shell of a building that repels the elements. At its most complex, it’s an engineering system that meshes elements such as structural integrity, moisture control, temperature control, and air pressure boundaries into a single design strategy. It is the physical separator between the conditioned and unconditioned environment of a building including the resistance to air, water, heat, light, and noise transfer. It’s the part of the house that you can draw a line around: the roof, the walls, and the foundation. While the building envelope is a silhouette of sorts, it’s important to remember that these are compounded layers. The PAVSYS composite building envelope should be thought of as having the least number of pieces working together to provide all of the essential layers, including the integrated structural support.
The first global ‘climate resilient’ affordable homes built using sustainable materials within a circular economy…
as our future is decided by what we build today.
Our Digital Construction Technology Platform starts with a “high performance building envelope” that improves productivity and predictability leading to better homes that are constructed more efficiently and completed sooner.