Unibuild Off-site Modular Building Systems
It’s Time Building Technology Grew Up…
Invest in the Technology Transfer of Unibuild’s “Off Site” modular prefabricated, fire-proof building structures.
UNIBUILD is a privately owned Australian building research company. Our proven “off site” modular prefabricated fire-proof building system has been applied on many different client structures in Australia and overseas since 1968. The full package is now available for technology transfer to the low rise construction industry world wide.
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INVEST IN AUSTRALIA’S LEADING, OFF-SITE, MODULAR, PREFABRICATED BUILDING TECHNOLOGY FOR LOW RISE STRUCTURES
Call us on +61 409 309 280, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the possibility of value adding Unibuild’s “off site” technology transfer to your established building organization, or future building organization.
Unibuild fully supports its technology transferred to the purchaser.
Read Peter Smith's address to the 4th Modular and Offsite Building Conference, Perth, 25-26th March, 2013. Continue reading
The first Unibuild off-site modular home was built in Canberra in 1968. In 1969 we relocated to Perth, Western Australia, and designed and constructed many Unibuild modular masonry buildings requiring the labour of bricklayers. In the early 70’s Western Australia … Continue reading
Back in 1952, when I was a school boy in Canberra, Australia, a raging bush-fire swept in from the south west burning all in its path. The fire burned over Red Hill and was eventually stopped at the fence lines … Continue reading
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Our Sydney Build 2018 exhibition was seen by over 4000 visitors. The Unibuild Technology received two nomination for The Australian Construction Industry Awards in the categories of “Product Innovation” and “Offsite Construction of the Year”. View Unibuild’s Display Left wall. … Continue reading