Unibuild “Off Site” Modular Building Systems
UNIBUILD IS A PRIVATELY OWNED “OFF-SITE” BUILDING RESEARCH COMPANY DEVELOPING SYSTEMS FOR TOMORROW.
SINCE 1968 UNIBUILD has been designing and building”off site” modular buildings. The Unibuild system converts traditional design to modular design. This process enables the “off-site” prefabrication of most of the building components for faster and better delivery of the construction project.
OVER 400 projects to date. Some 330 “off site” prefabricated. (See Unibuild Projects Section)
TODAY, one precast mould shape makes the whole building structure which is a major project management cost saving .(UB5710).
UNIBUILD is UNIVERSAL. Unibuild “off site” modular building systems have been designed to meet the challenges of extreme climate, difficult ground soils, earthquake zones, cyclonic and hurricane high wind regions, and high fire hazard terrain encountered in many countries.
UNIBUILD “off site” modular building systems means solutions for…
LOW COST housing, schools and child care centers, offices, industrial factories, resort housing, building extensions, flats, townhouses and group housing, remote area mining camp housing and single person quarters, starter homes and shell housing for ‘do it yourself’ owner/builders, hospitals, retirement village homes, city and country solar powered environmental housing, horse stables and ablution blocks, recreational and sporting pavilions, hotels and motels, kit homes, permanent and temporary prefabricated structures to meet emergency situations.
THE UNIBUILD TECHNOLOGY is now for sale as a complete technology transfer package. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
PETER C. SMITH. B Build UNSW FAIB.
Australian Chartered Building Professional
Founder and Director of Unibuild Technology
(M) +61 409 309 280
Skype: smithpeterc1 PSCVbrief_002
The Unibuild Technology, comprises several thousand Unibuild “off site” modular design and construction details, photographs and project management files of more than 400 projects.
It is packaged on Flash Drives for easy Technology Transfer.