This is what Spanish prefabricated houses are like with a steel structure and a concrete body

Industrialized prefab home construction is here to stay. This construction system stands out for its speed, since it allows to shorten construction times by up to 30%, and its cleaning, since the modules are manufactured separately, transported to the construction site and assembled there. The proposal of the Almeria company NEVO is the manufacture and installation of custom constructions thanks to an advanced manufacturing system, which reduces risks, delays, cost overruns and inaccuracies.

Unlike the traditional construction and assembly process, industrialized construction seeks the maximum optimization of processes, which are carried out in a controlled environment that allows better traceability and control of the project. By exercising a continuous direction of them, each task is under control, allowing to maximize the performance and the quality achieved in the final result, shortening the time invested in each phase.

In addition, the fact of carrying out the work in an industrial environment, providing means and machinery, allows offering greater comfort and support to the specialist who performs the work, which translates into a reduction of inefficiencies in the execution, an increase in the worker safety and a significant reduction in environmental impact.

Nevo’s prefabricated houses

NEVO’s construction system is distinguished by its ability to carry out the most suitable modules for each project, with a wide variety of finishes and rigorous quality control. Through exhaustive quality and safety controls and strict industrial planning, NEVO shortens delivery times and also transports the completed construction to its location, adapting to the required deadlines. A process planned to be more efficient, but at the same time flexible, since in NEVO they are able to adapt to project changes without large extra costs.

This company has in Dos Hermanas (Seville) with a show floor of 84.80 m2, which has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a dressing room, a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious living room. In addition, its thermal insulation stands out, which has been used both for the roof and for the rock wool façade cladding with a thickness of 40 mm, which is added to that already existing on the roof. The joinery includes a thermal bridge break. The glasses used are double, with an air chamber and thermoacoustic.

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