With our modular approach to roof construction, we construct the roof on ground level and then crane it into place. Equipment and materials are therefore much easier to access for your erection team to access. This process can happen alongside the construction of the superstructure, resulting in a much faster build time.
Working at height inherently means that risk levels are higher because there is a greater likelihood of injury. By constructing the roof at ground level, your erection team will have to do much less working at height, saving you time and vastly improving the health and safety on your site. The entire roof structure can be assembled safely on the ground, and then it is craned above the superstructure and guided into place with precision.
This safer method of roof construction allows for a faster build time, saving you money on labour costs. In turn, a rapid and reliable construction time makes for a more accurate build schedule, allowing you to plan ahead effectively and accurately manage the provision of follow-on trades.
Detail checking and quality control of the roof structure are much easier to complete, and any alterations that may be necessary are again easier and safer to carry out.
In short, our modular roof construction method is safer and more convenient for your erection teams, and more cost effective for you.