WanDL explores modular building parts for rapid fabrication and assembly to increase the efficiency of construction processes. This initiative arises from the urgent need to provide buildings to the rapidly growing global population in the 21st century. The limitations of current construction methods are especially evident in developing nations, where populations are growing at an even faster rate, and several organizations are showing interest in providing solutions.
The current regulated construction industry is incapable of keeping up with this growth, leading to a significant percentage of the growing population having to construct their own buildings. In some cases, these self-made developments are more prone to construction and engineering mistakes, and pose a particular risk in the event of natural disasters.
To address these challenges, WanDL's proposal offers a solution that can streamline construction processes, increase efficiency, and reduce the likelihood of errors. By utilizing modular building parts, construction can be faster and more cost-effective, while also offering greater flexibility in design and layout. Furthermore, modular building parts can be easily transported to remote locations, making it possible to bring buildings in areas where traditional construction methods are not feasible.