Prefabricated construction refers to the transfer of a large amount of on-site work in the traditional construction method to the factory, where the building components and accessories (such as floor slabs, wall panels, stairs, balconies, etc.) are processed in the factory, and then transported to the construction site. Reliable connection method is assembled and installed on site.
Prefabricated buildings mainly include prefabricated concrete structures, steel structures, and modern wooden structures, etc. Because they adopt standardized design, factory production, assembly construction, information management, and intelligent applications, they are representative of modern industrialized production methods.