4 construction techniques that will shape trends in 2017
The house construction industry is an ever evolving one. The discussions on new techniques for homes have made their way into the living room. The new age consumer is smart, and is well aware of the new techniques for construction.
This evolving demand among people coupled with new techniques for construction, has led developers to adopt the latest trends in construction patterns as well.
Watch out for these patterns, these are going to dominate the construction industry in future!
It is the process of assembling components of a building remotely before installing it on the site. It uses less construction time because of the streamlined schedules. With the most technical jobs performed off site in a controlled environment, overall safety is improved too.
With these benefits, this technique is changing the face of the construction industry.
People are becoming increasingly conscious of the impact that they leave on the environment. Green construction uses processes that are environment friendly. Not just the construction material, but the building's maintenance and renovation are also supposed to be resource efficient. It is all about finding the balance between high quality construction and minimal environmental impact. The construction combines both material and processes to maximise efficiency.
But the technology can be proved to be as beneficial for your wallet it is for the Earth in the long run. For example, recycled fly-ash (A waste by-product of coal combustion) can be used as an alternate material, which is both environment-friendly and cost effective.
This revolutionary technology allows quick, accurate and consistent casting of walls, beams, columns, stairs and other parts of a concrete building. Using the constructions blueprint as a guideline, aluminium panels are predesigned for all elements of the building's structure. With a reduction in form jointed sections, the result is higher resilience to wear and tear.
Alu-form technology reduces the need for messy brickwork and conventional-polluting building practices. It also cuts down the chances of on-site mishaps, making it one of the safest techniques around. The finished products are perfectly balanced and provide a sophisticated look and feel to the owner.
This technological concept uses 3D printing to develop buildings. A printer is connected with a computer interface to process 3D designs. An extruder filled with a liquid material prints the design layer by layer.
It enables constructors to build otherwise unfeasible design concepts. It also reduces health and safety risks. This is the future of the construction industry.
Given the rapid development of emerging construction opportunities, owners now demand faster and smarter projects with lower costs. Some of the leading developers in India are moving towards innovative methods of delivering high quality homes while reducing the environmental impact.