Prefabricated building structures are structures that are built using pre-manufactured components. These components are typically made from a variety of materials including steel, concrete, wood, and plastic. Prefabricated buildings offer a number of advantages over traditional construction, such as reduced construction time, lower cost, and improved energy efficiency. Prefabricated buildings are often used in many different applications including residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural. They can also be used in disaster relief situations, as the components can be quickly shipped and assembled on site.
Features of prefabricated building structures include: