Thiết kế cho sản xuất và lắp ráp - Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA)
Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) is a key pillar of Singapore’s Construction Industry Transformation Map (ITM). It is a game-changing method of construction which involves construction being designed for manufacturing off-site in a controlled environment, before being assembled on-site.
Key benefits of DfMA include:
- Shorter construction period– Most of the construction is done off-site, reducing the construction time and the amount of manpower required on-site
- Improved workmanship– Due to stringent quality control in prefabrication factories
- Reduction in dis-amenities– As lesser construction work is carried out on-site, it causes less disruption to the community
DfMA comprises a continuum of various technologies and methodologies that promote offsite fabrication from prefabricated components to fully integrated assemblies across the structural, architectural and MEP disciplines.
|Advanced Precast Concrete System (APCS)
|A construction method that adopts precast concrete components and applies features under the ‘3S’ principles of Standardisation, Simplicity and Single.
|Mass Engineered Timber (MET)
|A building material comprising engineered wood products with improved structural integrity.
|Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC)
|A construction method whereby free-standing 3-dimensional modules are completed with internal finishes, fixtures and fittings in an off-site fabrication facility, before it is delivered and installed on-site.
|Prefabricated Bathroom Units (PBU)
|A bathroom module which is preassembled off-site complete with finishes, fixtures and sanitary wares before it is delivered and installed on-site.
|Prefabricated Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) System
|MEP components and equipment that are integrated into a sub-assembly off-site and then installed on site.
|A category of steel used for making construction materials, such as beams and joints.
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|Integrated Construction and Prefabrication Hubs (ICPH)
|To support the increasing demand for DfMA components, Singapore is developing Integrated Construction and Prefabrication Hubs (ICPHs) with a 30-year lease term.
|Generating Demand for DfMA projects
|Driving adoption of DfMA is driving adoption of DfMA through Productivity Gateway Framework (PGF) and Government Land Sales (GLS) requirements.
|Pipeline of DfMA projects
|Pipeline of projects prescribing DfMA technologies – for construction tenders expected to be called within the next two years.