The basic principle of prefabricated homes, whereby a home is fabricated in one location and then delivered to another, has been around for at least a few hundred years. The most widely cited benefit of prefab is economy of scale, as components or entire homes can be produced in large quantities. But this is not a prerequisite for success. There’ value in faster project schedules, fewer weather delays, and more efficient use of materials thanks to optimization and quality control. One of the primary benefits for the buyer is predictability: Predefined design details and construction processes give the client a degree of surety about the outcome that is often absent in custom projects.




  • Standard construction period : 66 days (in Japan, average built-up area is 140m2 ).
  • Modules are produced off site while foundation is being laid on site.
  • Completed modules are transported to site and assembled (Easy Erection).
  • Minimization of manpower on site.



  • Quality controlled under factory conditions (Uniform and Precision). .
  • Technology based on the result of over 1.5 million completed units.
  • Using steel for the beam, column and wall frame







  • Insulation cut off the outside temperature.
  • Less wastage - Lower risk of damage to raw materials and reduced theft of materials on site.
  • Sustainable material (steel).
  • HEMS: Home Energy Management System.