Modular construction and prefabrication for post disaster reconstruction projects : case studies and clients’ perspectives

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Aliakbarlou, Sadegh
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2019-10-16
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New Zealand
post-disaster reconstruction
modular construction
construction industry
modular architecture
housing
Edgecombe (N.Z.)
Kokohinau Marae (Edgecombe, N.Z.)
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Aliakbarlou, Sadegh. (2019, 16 - 18 October). Modular Construction and Prefabrication for Post Disaster Reconstruction Projects: Case Studies and Clients’ Perspectives. 4th New Zealand Modular Construction & Pre-fabrication Forum (Auckland, N.Z.)
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Benefits of modular construction for PDR Industry opportunities & Participants need to make changes Apartment construction duration: traditional vs offsite 3D volumetric Construction cost: traditional vs offsite 3D volumetric Factors affecting modular market Off-site demand vs labour supply Current off-site share of housing PDR: 25 storey structure student housing building in Wolverhampton, UK PDR: Little Hero Building: modular building in Melbourne Urban disaster prototype modular buildings Emergency housing case Project intent and challenges Project feedback CASE STUDY: Kokohinau Marae (Edgecombe, N.Z.)
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