ROOTED IN NATURE
Exploring the Advantages and Techniques
WHAT ARE MODULAR TIMBER BUILDINGS?
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
Typically used for its fine texture and ease
Known for fine texture, ease of processing, and resistance to cracking.
We use the highest-grade wood
Thickness after planing: 36mm, 47mm, 70mm, 94mm. Thickness before planing: 38mm, 50mm, 75mm, 100
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
3-4 months compared to 12+ months
Easily adaptable, endless design options, no major design restrictions
Carbonization provides fire resistance
Avoids moisture-related issue
Can withstand temperatures from -40°C to 60°C and resistant to earthquake and typhoons
This construction reduces carbon emissions and promotes sustainability