What is the difference between prefabrication and modular construction?
These terms are often used interchangeably. Prefabricated units are developed for a particular project and approved through the traditional construction permitting processes. Modular construction is generally of a predetermined design and certified as a manufactured product.
PIVOTEK offers construction manufacturing of prefabricated building components—an engineered process for creating prefabricated units that is lead by a multi-disciplinary team and ensures predictability in cost, timing, and quality.
What type of projects can use modular bathroom or kitchenette PODs?
Any project that has repeatable elements can use PODs. Proven markets include hospitality, healthcare and housing, such as senior, student and multi-family communities.
What is included in a prefabricated bathroom POD?
PODs vary from project to project. Typical units include ceiling, wall and floor framing, interior drywall, mechanical, plumbing and electrical rough-in; finishes, such as paint, tile, doors and hardware; as well as casework, fixtures, mirrors and other permanently mounted accessories.
Is there a standard specification for PODs?
PIVOTEK has full-service design capabilities and can provide sample specifications, as well as assistance in customizing these to your project requirements.
When should we engage PIVOTEK?
To minimize re-design and maximize project performance, we recommend getting involved at the 50% Design Development phase or sooner. Although PIVOTEK has successfully engaged with and delivered against timelines and project needs beyond this point in the project timeline.