Seattle Firm Has Its Eye on Multi-family Modular

From Washington, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports architectural firm CollinsWoerman has developed plans for a multifamily modular building above six stories with concrete floors and structural steel frame.  The walls will be complete with electrical and plumbing fittings, water heaters, sheetrock and cabinetry, and will be assembled much like a Lego set, with a crane lifting the floor and wall slabs into place.  McKinstry President Doug Moore, whose firm designed the electrical, plumbing and mechanical features, said, “This is the way all buildings will be built in the future.  You really can deliver a custom product in half the time at the same or higher quality and at a significantly lower cost.”


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