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Modular construction is a process in which a building is constructed off-site, under controlled plant conditions, using the same materials and designing to the same codes and standards as conventionally built facilities – but in about half the time.

Buildings are produced in “modules” that when put together on site, reflect the identical design intent and specifications of the most sophisticated site-built facility. 

Moduleform is an expert in design, engineering, production and assembly of modular buildings and provides its clients with comprehensive service competency during all stages of a construction project. From preparation, design and selection of materials to the concluded handover of the object.

Moduleform prepares projects according to the principle of design and build.

Moduleform products represent a HI-TECH construction system applying high technologies and industrially processed elements, and as such modular structures are assembled on location. They are characterized by an expressive anti-seismic steel structure, compact construction, a high degree of energy saving and freedom in architectural design.

Moduleform systems has all components for the realization of contemporary, energy-efficient architecture and supports sustainable building concepts.

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Buildings are all built with 100% structural steel frames which enables developers and architects to buildt different shapes buildings.

Modular structure

Composed of structural assemblies of the modular unit according to the static calculation adapted to the project. All elements are made of steel profiles according to EN 10025, EN 10210, EN 10219. The construction is performed in accordance with the Technical Regulation for Structural Engineering; standard EN 1090-2: 2011: Construction of steel and aluminum structures for the EXC 2 performance class, and proof of welding performance according to EN ISO 3834-3: 2007. Corrosion protection is performed for category C3 according to EN ISO 12944-2. Hot-dip galvanized binder according to EN ISO 10684: 2004..

Thermal insulation

The modular unit consists of a thermally insulated floor, walls and roof. As thermal insulation, natural cellulose deposited in the structure by blowing under pressure to fill all the gaps and achieve a minimum density of 55-65kg /m3. The cellulose is protected by a watertight, vapor-permeable film from the outside with a minimum surface thickness of 160 g / m2, with tear-resistance according to EN 12310. On the inside, a steam dam is installed, which achieve maximum comfort in the space.

Facades and roof

Exterior walls and roof are created from a ventilated facade system. The substructure is made of aluminum and structurally separates the ventilated façade with the airiness layer from the thermal insulation. As a finishing facade are used: aluminum panel facade, compact HPL panels, fiber-cement panels or roof and facade finishes of aluminum profilated panels 400-600 mm wide laid windproof with all the necessary masks for complete functionality and readiness of walls and roof.


Module floors are designed as self-supporting thermally insulated floors min. bearing capacity 2.40 kN/m2. The floor is made in layers with a base of water-resistant cement boards, without formaldehyde. As the final floor covering can be used: LVT flooring, laminate floors, parquet, ceramic floors and seamless floor coverings based on polyurethane resins. Module floors provide comfort, anti-slip, UV stability, easy maintenance and absorb impact noise.

Glass openings

Facade glass openings made of aluminum profiles with thermal block. Profiles are made of high-grade aluminum alloy AlMg 0,5Si 0,4Fe 0,2 (alloy 6060). Glazing with safety insulating glass 54 mm thick, configuration 8ESG+16mm 90%Ar+6ESG+16mm90%Ar+44.2 Low-E, g=31, LT= 50%,LR= 20%, Ug=0,5W/m²K. The total thermal conductivity coefficient satisfies Uw≤0,96 W/m2K and airtightness of at least class 4 according to EN12207 and the watertightness of at least E1500Pa according to EN12208.


Electrical installations, water and drainage installations and mechanical installations are compatible with the design of modular units. Installations are performed in layers of floors, walls and ceilings and as such remain invisible in space. Building management systems, as well as “smart” systems, are largely applicable to modular construction.

Advantages of the moduleform system: