Technical description


Elevated quality. The panel production process can be systematically managed at each phase of production, resulting in a higher quality product than with traditional construction methods. Materials are delivered to a manufacturing plant and stored in appropriate conditions, safeguarded from adverse environmental effects which may otherwise occur at a construction site. In addition, panels produced in such a quality manner notably reduce building heat loss due to thermal bridging.

Time savings. Construction using wood frame panels takes 25-30% less time than traditional construction. The savings arise due to the fact that panel manufacture can be done at the same time as site preparation and foundation construction. Employees at the manufacturing plant know their assigned tasks well, and through repetition increase in overall productivity, further adding to the time savings. Assembly of the wooden panels is a simple process, which allows to quickly raise large buildings.


Shorter construction time at the site. Utilizing wood frame panels in construction reduces time spent at the site by 80%, which means fewer disruptions at the building location and an increase in overall safety. Such time savings are especially relevant when carrying out construction in schools, hospitals or busy business centers.

Job safety. Construction workers are exposed to fewer hazards and dangerous situations when working in a controlled manufacturing environment. For example, employees do not have to traverse wet ground or icy patches as might be encountered at a construction site during adverse weather. Familiarity increases overall employee safety when working in the same location and with the same tools.

Increased sustainability. A controlled environment allows for reduced material consumption, as well as minimizing refuse due to sorting and recycling practices.