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Definitions

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  • noun The manufacture of prefabricated components, and their assembly

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  • noun the manufacture of sections of a building at the factory so they can be easily and rapidly assembled at the building site

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Examples

  • We are also confident that through the modern technique of prefabrication, which is already being developed and rapidly organized, the problems related to housing, schools, day-care centers, all these problems, will be solved quickly too.

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  • However, the idea of prefabrication had taken a firm hold on my imagination, and, being an engineer by trade, I decided to try designing a structure with component parts that my wife and I could prefabricate ourselves-at home, during our evenings and weekends-then transport to a rural building site for rapid assembly.

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  • The repetitive modular method, as well as the prefabrication allowed for greater efficiency during construction.

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  • Allied energies focused on mobility and prefabrication, while the Nazis aimed for "enslavement and extermination."

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  • The repetitive modular method, as well as the prefabrication allowed for greater efficiency during construction.

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  • Standardization, factory prefabrication and volume production can greatly reduce dwelling structure cost, but not the cost of site preparation and foundation work, which always must be customized.

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  • Allied energies focused on mobility and prefabrication, while the Nazis aimed for "enslavement and extermination."

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  • For example, most construction work other than prefabrication of building components has to be done at the site where the structure will stand.

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  • With this desert pied-a-terre, OMD proves that ideas of prefabrication, flexibility, portability and compact spaciousness can be combined to make off-the-grid living perfectly comfortable.

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  • Atterbury was interested in prefabrication and invented a nailable concrete called Nailcrete.

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