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Top 10 Modular Construction Solution Companies - 2021

Like most industries, the construction sector experienced a hurricane of changes in 2020. Real estate agents witnessed an increase in demand for single-family and multifamily homes and watched as the housing market experienced shortages. Construction leaders observed commercial priorities shift from the hospitality sector toward data centers and medical buildings. Demand was surprising, and building material costs increased tremendously as a result. The solution to dealing with these emergencies was an increase in modular construction. This process has benefited from the development of new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), BIM, and 3D printing.

When considering 3D printing technology, it can develop structural components utilizingminimal raw materials than traditional shaping techniques, modular construction offers up aneasy solution adapted to recent environmental standards. Industriesfrom packaged food to retail are adopting artificial intelligence, allowing machines forecast, self-learn, deliver and even fabricate products that meet consumer preferences. Given the multiple variables engaged in a construction project, and seemingly unique circumstances faced by project managers every single time,

AI can in theory allow for a superior and more robust decision-making process. This speedy method reduces waste while meeting needs faster than traditional builds. In short, using this system would help the housing market grow at an exponential rate while remaining relatively inexpensive for real estate developers. This rationalized process keeps operations running expeditiously, keeping costs low.

All in all, modular construction methods are the answer to many of these changing trends. Business professionals and construction leaders should look forward to witness these processes increasing in popularity as they bridge the construction gap to meet demands. The ability to customize the structure while keeping the process green, under budget, on schedule and consistent will draw a lot of support.

To gain the advantages of such technological advancements has compelled organizations to adopt modular construction solutions and services. This edition of Construction Tech Review has compiled a list of leading modular construction solution and service players to help companies navigate the best-of-breed service and solution providers. The enlisted organizations are transforming processes and services at the convergence of several disruptive technologies

    Top Modular Construction Solution Companies

  • Jersey Precast Corp Inc provides pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete products. The Company offers engineering and designs of bridge decks, dams, parking garages, dams, commercial projects, and stadium


  • Black & McDonald

    Black & McDonald

    Black & McDonald is an integrated, multi-trade service provider that safely delivers high-quality construction, facilities management, and technical solutions to government, institutional and industry clients. At Black & McDonald, excellence in health, safety and environment is inherent in how we do business in all aspects of their operations. Quality has always been a cornerstone of their business philosophy. They believe their customers deserve the highest quality products and services available.

  • BLOX


    BLOX takes the most complicated parts of a hospital – headwalls, surgery ceilings, MEP racks, exam rooms, bathrooms, etc. - design them so that they can be removed from conventional construction, manufacture them as modules, transport and insert them into the construction process to yield higher quality buildings that open significantly faster than those conventionally constructed. BLOX is both service and product that includes architecture, engineering, manufacturing, logistics and construction

  • BMarko Structures

    BMarko Structures

    BMarko Structures is a modular construction company based in Atlanta, GA specializing in custom shipping container conversions, steel, and wood modular construction, while being 100 percent on-time. Modular construction is known for it’s eco-friendly benefits from minimizing waste to recycling shipping containers and is quality-verified by the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system. The company’s goal is to complete as much of the building as possible at their facility in order to eliminate mistakes, cost overruns, and delayed completion times, which are common in stick-built construction

  • Clayton Homes

    Clayton Homes

    Clayton Homes, a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, is the largest builder of manufactured homes in the United States. Clayton Homes was started in 1956 and is proud of its heritage of offering low-cost, high-quality housing. The Company is a multi-faceted constructor that provides traditional site-built homes, modular homes, prefab housing, “tiny” homes, college dorms, military barracks, and flats. Clayton developed about 34,000 homes in 2015

  • FullStack Modular

    FullStack Modular

    FullStack Modular delivers comprehensive modular solutions for new multifamily building, hotel, and dormitory developers. FullStack Modular delivers comprehensive modular solutions for new multifamily building, hotel, and dormitory developers. FullStack Modular is committed to generating development that is ecologically conscientious, cost-effective, and labor-friendly. FullStack Modular integrates the most recent technological and industrial breakthroughs to define the future of real estate development and construction

  • Katerra


    Katerra is a construction technology platform developer that optimizes parts of building development, design, and construction. Katerra is a technology firm that optimizes all aspects of building planning, design, and construction. Leaders in design, software and building engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, and construction make up the worldwide team. Katerra, which was founded in 2015, has a rising number of domestic and foreign offices, factories, and construction projects

  • MaxLife Industries

    MaxLife Industries

    MaxLife Industries is a global manufacturer of high-performance building enclosure systems for commercial high-rise, mid-rise, low-rise, multifamily, as well as residential industries. Its products meet or surpass building code standards and minimums because it believes in assisting in the construction of better buildings for the long term of the built environment through smarter techniques while expediting the installation process

  • Skanska


    Skanska is a project development and construction firm focused on certain residential markets. Skanska is a project development and construction company that focuses on specific home markets in the Nordic countries, other European countries, and North America. It also performs service-related tasks in areas such as construction and facility operation and maintenance. It provides both single-family and multi-family homes. It creates residential communities from the ground up, including site selection, planning, design, marketing, and sales

  • WillScot


    WillScot is a specialty rental services market leader providing innovative modular space and portable storage solutions across North America. WillScot is the modular space supplier of choice for the construction, education, health care, government, retail, commercial, transportation, security and energy sectors. With over half a century of innovative history, organic growth and strategic acquisitions, WillScot serves a broad customer base from over 120 locations throughout the US, Canada and Mexico, with a fleet of approximately 150,000 modular space and portable storage units

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