Having a temporary building makes your business look beautiful and attractive, and offers features that are important to your career growth. We can design and build special features to meet the needs of your business.
High durability
Because prefabricated parts must be safe to transport, they are often durable. This will prevent damage from the factory to the building site. This will make your project more durable. The parts are very precise and factory made and have the most stability in each part. Prefabricated buildings are much more durable than their traditional counterparts, with additives for greater stability such as reinforced walls and support beams.
Easy to build in different places
Building in a remote location can be very difficult. Bringing a large number of trucks and materials to remote areas, a difficult forest can be dangerous and expensive. If you are planning to build a school in an inaccessible environment, the best choice is to use prefabricated school buildings. With these structures, transportation and risk are minimized and you will achieve your goal at an affordable cost.
Less trucks and materials on the school grounds make less noise and reduce pollutants and irritants that pollute the space.
High energy efficiency
The fact that you can design a prefabricated school complex with complete specifications makes it very easy to incorporate an efficient energy solution. Prefabricated steel buildings use natural ventilation instead of circulating air and can also be suitable for solar energy options. These options make your building more economical
Prefabricated building anti-earthquake
Prefabricated earthquake-proof building is one of the suitable products for earthquake-prone areas. The choice and quality of building materials plays an important role in areas that are at high risk for earthquakes. In the event of an earthquake, building safety must be avoided to ensure the safety of residents as well as the longevity of buildings.
Every house in the world is built to withstand gravity. There is not much thought about horizontal forces because in comparison, the wind force is minimal and the dangerous waves caused by the earthquake are rare and people usually do not want to suppress rare events. As a result, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake suddenly killed thousands.
Natural disasters are sudden, dangerous and powerful. They pose a serious threat to communities across the country. Professionals have learned to predict some disasters such as storms, blizzards and tornadoes, but earthquakes are still not being taken seriously enough. Earthquakes of any magnitude can occur at any time of the year and show almost no signs. They can affect small remote areas or destroy large cities.
Quality in prefabricated concrete production
Safety experts recommend adequate vertical and lateral strength (especially lateral) when designing earthquake-resistant buildings. Structures tend to perform better vertical movement due to earthquakes than lateral or horizontal movement. However, earthquakes introduce new directional forces that may not be ready for them.
In the event of an earthquake, sufficient dimensions of the prefabricated concrete elements can be of vital importance. Apart from structural calculations, the quality of materials and production standards are very important in this regard. In a modern factory for the construction of prefabricated anti-earthquake buildings, high-quality walls and floors are produced in a controlled environment. Prefabricated earthquake-proof buildings include a variety of buildings, such as security, villa, management, military dormitories, immediate accommodation, and so on.
Why concrete is very resistant to earthquakes
Concrete is able to absorb strong impacts, which means it can withstand high pressure forces. Reinforcement occurs in the concrete element in prefabricated tensile forces. The combination of compressive strength of concrete and tensile strength of reinforcement (reinforced concrete) leads to optimal protection against high loads. Connections between individual prefabricated concrete elements also play an important role because, in addition to other forces, they must also withstand shear forces.

Earthquake-resistant construction with prefabricated concrete elements
Some cities are constantly affected by earthquakes. Therefore, the use of prefabricated earthquake-proof buildings is a great option for these areas. Customers in these areas usually prefer to use prefabricated earthquake-proof buildings because with this method of construction, anti-earthquake construction can be combined with cheap housing. Prefabricated buildings are built with high quality solid walls and the risk of buildings collapsing is further reduced.
The biggest misconception is that prefabricated houses are made of leather and can be easily separated. This is because of the movies we see on mobile parks in storms on TV. The fact of the matter is that new prefabricated houses are just as strong and solid as ordinary houses.
A unique approach to integrating construction technology with almost any type of foundation makes prefabricated homes suitable for almost any terrain, climate, or design. Types of foundations include steels, basements, creeping spaces, first-class boards, as well as a unique base design.
Fixing prefabricated houses
Depending on the specific location and conditions of the soil, different methods are used to stabilize the foundations of the house. Slab-based houses often only need large steel-reinforced floating plates, but in some cases, where the soil conditions are poor, steel-reinforced first-rate beams may also be required. In other settings, the bases may be fixed in stable rock formations below. In most areas where the earthquake is severe, deep anchoring inside the ground may be necessary to stabilize the foundations. Close collaboration with structural engineers and local building officials is the best way to create a safe and secure foundation.
Prefabricated steel buildings anti-earthquake
Prefabricated steel buildings are designed with design standards against earthquake loads. Several side systems are used to increase the resistance of prefabricated steel buildings to earthquake loads. Most of the systems used are frame systems. In bracing frame systems, the most important problem is the buckling of these members under compression pressures.
At the moment, of course, the cost is too high for restraint frame systems. For steel industrial buildings, the cost of buildings is calculated taking into account the weight of the steel unit. The main cost of the building is based on the construction of the metal and the installation of the building. On the other hand, wall systems with masonry materials are preferred to protect the inside. Carved stone decorative walls are structural members that resist compressive loads.
Decorative masonry walls are usually stiff, unlike scaffolding frame systems, because masonry walls are built on both axes.