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Impact Prefabrication Technology (Pre Engineering) and Equipments on Profitability in Construction Industry | Original Article

Mithil Bokefode*, Shaikh. A. F., in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


The world is technologically progressing quicker than ever. The factors that govern development have altered significantly recently and will continue to do so in the future. The set of catalytic forces that are accelerating the pace of social change around the world includes a rapid rise in education levels, high rates of technological innovations and applications, ever faster and less expensive communication that breaks down physical and social barriers both within and between nations, increased availability and easier access to information, and the further opening up of global markets. It has been demonstrated that using conventional building techniques will not help you do this. The main tenets of fast track construction have been mechanisation and parallel working. Fast-tracking the tasks without prior preparation will almost always lead to significant errors and re-working. Therefore, a number of factors, including technology, planning, information, education, and employable skills, will be crucially important in determining how growth will go in the future. One of the finest uses of fast track construction is preengineering. The pre-engineered building idea uses predesigned and prefabricated steel building systems.The current building approach demands the greatest aesthetic appearance, high quality and speedy construction, as well as a cost-effective and unique touch. Pre-engineered steel structures are one alternative construction method to consider. Pre Engineered Building (PEB) concept introduction in structure design in recent years has aided in design optimisation. This study goes into great depth about the use of pre-engineering in quick construction.