Exploring the Health Benefits of Off-site Construction

Off-site construction refers to the process of assembling building components or modules in a factory or off-site location and then transporting them to a construction site for final installation. This method of construction provides excellent value for health benefits, both in terms of individuals and the overall well-being of communities. This resource explores the ways in which off-site construction and health are interconnected.

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