better concrete quality with a high level of final strength;
good static and waterproof characteristics;
huge free rasters, up to 31m;
production irrespective of weather conditions;
possibilty of mounting and remounting;
lesser burden on environments (reduction of noise, dust and emission of hazardous substances, less waste, simpler waste treatment).
The production process of prefabricated concrete elements starts immediately after the design has been adopted and takes place along with preparatory works and earthworks. This method of construction ensures that the contractor/engineer has a significant starting advantage, the facility is closed in a short time so that works on interior positions can start considerably earlier.
As prefabricated concrete elements are produced in factories under controlled conditions, low temperatures in winter do not affect the production dynamics and product quality. The prefabricated construction can be mounted in winter months which enables the process to run smoothly irrespective of weather conditions.
As a designed and highly contolled product, the prefabricated construction can be adapted in many ways to meet various design challenges. Its characteritics must be well understood in order to maximally increase the efficiency in production, delivery, mounting and maintenance.
Advantages of the prefabricated concrete construction take effect in each project, in different construction stages. Conducting the project in a prefabricated system, its advantages can be be fully exploited in early construction stages.
factory surrounding in which workers operate remains clean, without noise, dust, and toxic vapors;
there is no need to vibrate self-compacting concrete in the course of installation, thus the noise level in the course of casting is low and the whole process is shorter;
recycling waste material from the te process of production is easier in factory conditions; each process segment can be easily monitored and controlled;
work in the factory greatly reduces dirt, aggravating conditions and threats which are present on the construction site;
ecological dismounting and recycling are used with precast constructions instead of noisy and dusty demolition.