The FRAMECAD System has proven its value in a diverse range of steel frame building projects throughout the world – providing a competitive advantage to businesses, and enhancing communities through the rapid delivery of quality buildings.
We are honored to have worked with these great organisations and to have partnered with them throughout these outstanding projects.
Stadiums. Hotels. Housing. Infrastructure. Construction sites everywhere. With the FIFA World Cup just behind them, and the Olympics looming in 2016, Brazil has been going through an unprecedented and much publicised building boom.
Just about everywhere else in the world, steel framing is recognised for its many benefits. You can use low skilled workers to put it together and they can’t mess it up. It’s building by numbers – Meccano construction. Also, it’s ant and termite-proof.
The main challenge of this construction was the complexity of the veranda roof design with overhangs, different roof heights and the main roof structure which did not line up with the veranda roof.
The system is cost-effective, so budgets go further. Our clients can create more housing for the same money. And you do it in a much faster time, so you cut labour costs. You also save on delivery costs, because you can flat-pack a lot more steel trusses onto a truck. You’re scoring all the way.
It was the most practical solution to an urgent problem to get some facilities up and running as quickly and simply as possible. I sent the plans the next day and they immediately went ahead and built quite a number of these units in a very short space of time
Pakistan’s government is on a mission to improve health and education infrastructure with all urgency, and it is FRAMECAD technology that is helping them meet tight construction deadlines on schools and hospitals -- three times faster than they were four years ago.
A FRAMECAD Mobile Factory was deployed at Bagram Air Force base in 2011, revolutionising how buildings are constructed in the city-sized military facility. By changing the original design of the buildings and using FRAMECAD technology, RELYANT provided the usable space of five buildings in four, reduced material costs by 30% and cut down build time by nearly a third.
Buying their own FRAMECAD machine has halved lead times and created a strong competitive advantage for a South Australian building firm.
A light steel frame building will require less than half of the energy needed to heat and cool a masonry residential building.
Light gauge steel framing technology sets new benchmarks in South Africa as demand for greener, more sustainable buildings gathers momentum.
Switching to steel helped a prefabricated building supplier trim space and labour costs, while building a robust competitive advantage.
The FRAMECAD Mobile Factory was the perfect solution for rapid housing construction for an isolated local community.