Modular timber buildings are structures constructed using pre-manufactured components made primarily of wood.

These buildings are often referred to as “modular” because they are assembled from standardized modules or sections that are manufactured off-site in a controlled factory environment.

These modules are then transported to the construction site and assembled to create the final buildings.

Types of Wood Typically Used


  • Insect-Proof -Wood is treated with high- pressure steam and international
    standard insecticide.
  • Anti-Corrosion – ACQ anti-corrosion treat
  • Fire Resistance – Treated with fire retardant coating
  • Certified – All treatments are internationally
    certified and non-tox.

Wood Sizes and Grades

We use the highest-grade wood
Thickness after planing: 36mm, 47mm, 70mm, 94mm. Thickness before planing: 38mm, 50mm, 75mm, 100

Ensuring Structural Strength

Structural Design – Professional engineers ensure proper beam, column, wall, and roof support design.

Construction Quality – Precise installation, mortise and tenon joints, bolts, compliance with standards.

Care and Maintenance – Regular upkeep and maintenance to ensure that wood remains in good condition.

Quality Inspections – Post-construction inspections for compliance.

Advantages Over Traditional Construction

  • Short Construction Period

         3-4 months compared to 12+ months

  • Flexible Design

Easily adaptable, endless design options, no major design restrictions

  • Low Conductivity

          Better insulation

  • Fire Prevention Effect

          Carbonization provides fire resistance

  • Water-Free Condensation

           Avoids moisture-related issue

  • Weather Resistance

Can withstand temperatures from -40°C to 60°C and resistant to earthquake and typhoons

  • Clean and Safe Construction

This construction reduces carbon emissions and promotes sustainability