Consera Modular Building Technology

Modular Construction technology is based on the principles of Industrial Production, and its primary objective is to complete as much of the building as possible in the Production Facility. This reduces time and resources spent on-site, while also providing various other advantages such as improved safety, reduced environmental impact, employment benefits, production quality, transparency, and better oversight.

The evolution of technological advancements in the construction sector throughout industrial history, with a focus on developing more efficient, safer, sustainable, and less wasteful construction methods with fewer adverse impacts on the environment and people, has given rise to the Modular Construction system.In today’s context, creating a specialized workforce for each project location, ensuring suitable and safe employment conditions, and renewing this need for each project, distances traditional construction methods from sustainability. 

The Modular Construction method involves continuous employment of workers in a closed Production Facility, providing both safety and comfortable working conditions. This approach allows for self-improvement, enhancing the quality and efficiency, similar to other industries like automotive, and presents opportunities for self-development and improvement. 

Another standout benefit for the customer is the reduction in on-site tasks and the ability to complete fieldwork in parallel while production continues in the Production Facility.

This results in shorter project completion times. The controlled working conditions provided by the Production Facility bring along advantages such as elevated quality, monitored processes, transparency, and many more. To leverage the advantages of Modular Construction technology, it is crucial to integrate designs with the manufacturing method. Engineering and architectural work is conducted using the Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) method for Production and Assembly. The use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology in the design process brings all data together, allowing the construction of the structure in a digital environment that closely resembles reality. This helps prevent clashes that traditionally occur during on-site manufacturing. BIM technology also incorporates time and cost data into the digital model, providing customers with a transparent and accurate budget view at the beginning of the process. 

This new technology has made significant progress in areas such as efficiency and safety, where traditional construction methods have shown limited improvement for many years. Importantly, the industrial nature of this Construction Method allows for continuous development and improvement, akin to advanced industries. It facilitates the application of emerging technologies in construction and enables customers to benefit from innovations that may not find a place in traditional construction methods. At Consera, with our in-house Design and Manufacturing teams, we have developed and successfully implemented Modular Construction technology in numerous projects and offer significant gains for our clients in various aspects such as project budget, duration, design, performance, efficiency, and job safety throughout the construction process.

Consera Modular Construction Technology

We are turning Construction into a Product with Industrial Perspective

 Consera adopts an off-site construction approach, which is different from conventional construction methods. In this method, the production of components occurs in a factory setting, and the assembly process takes place on-site.



By this means, highly durable structures are built with zero margin for human error, providing a significant advantage in terms of both quality and cost. 

Consera, continuously raising the bar to optimize construction processes for a better future, offers cutting-edge products in the market equipped with the latest technology.

Consera Modular Construction Advantages


Due to the production of modular structure components in a factory environment, they are not affected by weather conditions, allowing parallel processes to continue on-site. This provides a rapid construction process, shortening project completion time and ensuring quick usability.


Modular construction technology is transparent in terms of materials, production, and cost. The modules of the structure are treated as individual products. Therefore, material usage and product recipes are established before production. It offers a predictable cost estimate, allowing better control over material, production, and labor costs.


Modular structures undergo rigorous quality control processes in the factory. Since a significant portion of production is completed in the factory, with minimal operations left for on-site assembly, human discretion is minimized. This enhances the quality and durability of the structure.


Modular construction reduces material waste on the construction site because modules, cut and measured to fit the project in the factory, are directly assembled.


Modular structures, planned in advance and produced in an industrial environment, provide a predictable timeline for project completion, ensuring the project is completed on time.


Modular structures can be relocated to another location if needed, making them ideal for portable offices, residential units, and temporary structures.


Due to their methodologies, modular structures can integrate quickly and efficiently with existing structures, expanding the usage areas of the building.


Modular structures are more sustainable environmentally due to producing less waste and focusing on energy efficiency. They are also environmentally friendly by reducing material waste.


Modular structures, designed and produced in an industrial environment with pre-planned processes, ensure a predictable timeline for project completion.


Modular structures, designed and produced in an industrial environment with pre-planned processes, ensure a predictable timeline for project completion.

Consera Modular Construction Processes

Design and Engineering

DfMA (Design for Manufacturing and Assembly) is an approach that focuses on manufacturing ease and assembly efficiency. It is used to optimize the design of a product to produce and assemble it more efficiently, in minimum time, and at a lower cost.


CONSERA produces all lightweight steel structural elements in its own manufacturing facility and collaborates with solution partners for the production of other types of building elements.


The structure is produced off-site, assembled on-site, and delivered to the customer fully commissioned and ready for operation.