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HVCC MODULAR CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY is a work study program. Our course work follows the curriculum from the MODULAR BUILDING INSTITUTE with practical at our partners facilities of CUSTOM MODULAR DIRECE.

Our students learn all techniques in the facture, concept drawing, architecture, onsite construction application, thermal coating, fire proofing, sprinkler systems and HVAC systems for modular construction, solar application for heating and cooling, Zero Mass Water systems and much more. 

MODULAR DIRECT is the sole builder of record for all WORLDGATE COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL 5-million-dollar CapEx projects. Each WorldGate Community International project incorporates a Five Star 1000 rooms luxury hotels with 200 luxury suites, 350 Luxury Villas, 6 Ultra Luxury Estate Villas, 100,000 square foot full casino, conventions center, ballrooms, 100 bed medical center, retail shops, full marina with 200 slips which can accommodate yachts up to 200 feet, complete harbor and port for cruise ships which can accommodate up to four cruise lines with thousands of passenger a day, complete fully equipped medical center for emergency and special procedures for high end clients, complete refueling center for ships with 20-2.5 million gallon tanks each a total of 50,000,000 gallons filled automatically on contract twice a month for 100,000 gallons a month an  LNG Storage and Relay Center with capacity of 100,000,000 MT storage with lease and resales.

Our student will be train on all phases of these huge project. Every building is built as modular and shipped to the location.

Introduction to Modular Construction

The Modular Building Institute along with Clemson University developed "Introduction to Commercial Modular Construction" over two years with the goal of introducing the reader to an innovative and exciting construction method. This book discusses the modular building process compared to traditional site-built construction and is designed to help the reader understand terminology and concepts of modular building including client needs, design, fabrication, transportation, and installation.

Modular Building Institute

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 – without compromise. 

Structurally, modular buildings are generally stronger than site-built construction because each module is engineered to independently withstand the rigors of transportation and craning onto foundations. Once together and sealed, the modules become one integrated wall, floor, and roof assembly. Building offsite ensures better construction quality management. Manufacturing plants have stringent QA/QC programs with independent inspection and testing protocols that promote superior quality of construction every step of the way. 

Beyond quality management and improved completion time, modular construction offers numerous other benefits to owners. Removing approximately 80% of the building construction activity from the site location significantly reduces site disruption, vehicular traffic, and improves overall safety and security. Highly active businesses such as those in the education and healthcare markets have need for reduced on-site activity and offsite construction eliminates a large part of ongoing construction hazards, ensuring a tremendous advantage when building new projects.

For architects, developers, and owners alike, modular construction companies today can work with levels of design and construction sophistication that will exceed all expectations, rivaling their site-built counterparts. It is beneficial that when exploring the various project delivery methods, offsite construction is chosen early in the design development process, and the project built around that methodology, to avoid redesigning. Most modular companies, however, can take a site-built design and create a modular version when required, so it’s never too late to explore the possibilities! 

As owners and designers look for more sustainable designs for improved environmental impact, modular construction is inherently a natural fit. Building in a controlled environment reduces waste through avoidance upstream rather than diversion downstream. This, along with improved quality management throughout the construction process and significantly less on-site activity and disturbance, inherently promotes sustainability. High quality, sustainable, innovative, efficient, cost-effective, and shorter time to completion.