India construction in emerging markets is anticipated to grow almost twice as fast as China during the same period. The consumer and service-driven economies will provide growth impetus to modularization in social infrastructures, healthcare, education, retail, etc. The wood segment will grow at a stable CAGR and hold over 32% demand share by 2026. Growing utility of cross-laminated timber for sustainable framing in residential as well as commercial construction such as restaurants, hotels, press boxes, warehouses, stores, etc. as low-cost alternative to steel frameworks will escalate wood demand. Wood material is ideal in up to five level construction of multi-family dwellings. Wood-based modular apartments, townhouses, and duplexes are ideal in cities with housing shortage, and the process also delivers improved results for construction in the expensive labor market in urban settings. Modular & prefabricated construction revenue from the hospitality segment will reach USD 38.72 billion by 2026. This segment is well positioned to capitalize on prefabricated construction methods as it significantly minimizes project schedule. The hospitality sector is highly dependent on cost-effective construction. Strong collaborations between hotel chains and modular builders have resulted in increased modular hotel constructions. For instance, projects, such as Marriott international 360-foot-tall AC Hotel New York NoMad, have set a new benchmark in modular construction. The Middle East & Africa is expected to grow at a stable growth of 6.6% CAGR. Increasing population in the region has stimulated the demand for housing facilities, creating a significant impact on modular construction. Moreover, GCC countries have included their long-term supply strategy of project developments that focus on social infrastructure, which will lead to more opportunities for the Middle East modular construction industry in coming years. Key industry participants are investing in low-cost materials, improved logistics, and strategic partnerships to dominate the modular and prefab industry. In January 2019, Sekisui House, a Japanese house manufacturer, in collaboration with the UK government provided residential housing products to meet the increasing demand. Other major players in the Modular & Prefabricated Construction Market include ACS Group, Sekisui House Ltd., Laing O’Rourke, Skanska AB, Taisei Corporation, Katerra, Dubox, Kleusberg GmbH, Riko Group, Algeco, Bouygues Construction, Red Sea Housing Services, Kiewit Corporation, Guerdon Modular Buildings, Hickory Group, Lendlease corporation, Larsen & Toubro Limited, and Berkley Homes among others.https://www.altcoinbeacon.com/modular-prefabricated-construction-market/
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Provost celebrates Imperial’s outstanding health and safety champions Imperial's Provost, Professor Ian Walmsley, with winners from the Faculty of Natural Sciences Safety Team Imperial staff were recognised for their exemplary management of health and safety at the Provost’s Awards for Excellence in Health and Safety. Imperial’s Provost, Professor Ian Walmsley, hosted his first awards ceremony since joining the College last year , and praised staff for going “above and beyond” to promote safer ways of working. He said: “The integrity of our actions and environment underpin our world class teaching and research, and excellence in health and safety is a vital part of this. "Today is an important event to mark the contribution of our committed health and safety professionals, as well as our colleagues who have gone above and beyond in their commitment to the safety and wellbeing of others.” The Provost also highlighted the work that has gone into revising the existing Health and Safety Policy Statement which will soon be rolled out across the College, and commended the Safety department and other colleagues for improving the rate of accident reporting. Eddie Benbow, a Thermofluids Technician from the Department of Mechanical Engineering , won the individual award this year. He was recognised for introducing a safer way of containing different gases required for combustion analysis. Eddie was nominated by Professor Peter Cawley, Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering , for having an “ever-present watchful eye for lab activities.” Professor Cawley added: “Eddie is professional and knowledgeable about his health and safety responsibilities. Whilst being approachable and helpful, he carries out a lab management role in an assertive and conscientious manner.” Reflecting on his win, Eddie said: "I enjoy working at Imperial as the work is challenging and varied, and there is a good team of support staff with whom I have great working relationships. I feel proud to receive this award as it was unexpected - I really appreciate that my efforts have been acknowledged." Eddie was also noted for taking on a voluntary role and receiving training in Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER). He has promoted the Department’s new code of practice for heavy and mechanical lifting operations, helping to ensure that necessary assessments are made, lifts are undertaken safely and that records are maintained. The Faculty of Natural Sciences Safety Team along with Matt Moderate, Health and Safety Technical Officer in the Safety department, scooped top prize for the team award. They won for their outstanding professionalism and teamwork throughout the transfer of the Department of Chemistry from Imperial’s South Kensington Campus to their new home in the Molecular Sciences Research Hub (MSRH) on the White City Campus. Stefan Hoyle, Head of Health and Safety (Faculty of Natural Sciences), said: “As part of this move, our team were involved in everything from the design of the MSRH building to creating an induction programme that allowed our colleagues to move in safely. "We moved 50,000 chemicals over from South Kensington to the MSRH, and had to implement a system to sort, segregate and organise the substances to avoid any accidents. “We learned a lot from this move and this year, Imperial is going to introduce a new software called LabCup , which is used for chemical management. We are sharing best practice from the move with other departments as well, so that they can also be more efficient, have more check storage space and better spend their budget when dealing with chemicals.” Professor Alan Armstrong , Head of the Department of Chemistry, nominated the team, saying: “Their exceptional professionalism and teamwork led to successful implementation of numerous new safety policies and procedures. Their outstanding work put safety culture at the forefront from day one in the new building. In addition, they ensured successful coordination of the move and safe clear-up at the old site.” The Faculty of Natural Sciences Safety Team consisted of Stefan Hoyle; Olga Kuzmina (Faculty Safety Manager); Emma Edwards (Faculty Safety Officer); Anthony Marchant (Faculty Safety Officer); Richard Price (Electrical Testing Technician); Jochen Brandt (Research Associate). Provost Ian Walmsley with Erin Hallett of Imperial College Business School Provost Ian Walmsley with Graham Brooks, Senior Research Technician representing The Hamlyn Centre team winners Provost Ian Walmsley with Carlos Lozano of Residential Services Dianna Nguyen, of the Department of Chemistry Article text (excluding photos or graphics) © Imperial College London. Photos and graphics subject to third party copyright used with permission or © Imperial College London.https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/190927/provost-celebrates-imperials-outstanding-health-safety/