Lida Group Delivers Flat Pack Container House Office Project in Indonesia

Classification:Container House

Release time:2023-06-05 11:05

Lida Group Delivers Flat Pack Container House Office Project in Indonesia  

Established in 1993, Lida Group is a leading provider of modular buildings and prefabricated structures. Their latest project involves delivering a flat pack container house office complex in Indonesia.   

The project consists of constructing a three-story office building comprised of approximately 100 units using Lida Group's flat pack container house system. This innovative building method uses standard shipping containers as structural components that are filled with insulation and customized on-site.    

Constructing an Office Project Using Prefabricated Modular Technology   

Prefabricated modular construction employs pre-assembled units or sections produced off-site and transported to the building location for installation. This method offers benefits like reduced cost and construction time, sustainability, and consistency in quality.   

For the Indonesia office project, Lida Group used its expertise in container house technology and modular building methods to design and deliver a fast-track, high-quality complex.   

Their flat pack container house system involves utilizing standard 20feet steel shipping containers that are cut open, filled with insulation, and fitted with doors, windows, and other fixtures. The containers are then assembled on site into the final building form.     

According to Lida Group Vice President George, "Utilizing modular and container house technology allowed us to design and manufacture the units quickly and efficiently in a controlled factory environment. This helped ensure everything fit perfectly together once on site."  


Prefabricated Components Designed and Manufactured Off-site   

For the Indonesia office project, Lida Group's scope of work involved:   

• Designing the three-story building layout and units to meet the client's specifications      
• Engineering the building modules, foundations, and structural connections     
• Manufacturing approximately 100 standardized flat pack container house units in their factory      
• Producing extended structures to connect container units   
• Coordinating deliveries and on-site logistics    
• Assembling and connecting all units to form the complete building      
• Providing electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems       
• Finishing the building interiors.   

By manufacturing most of the building components off-site, Lida Group was able to significantly reduce the project schedule. The prefabricated modules were transported and assembled on-site within two months, allowing occupancy to begin quickly.   

Sustainable Attributes of The Modular Design   

In addition to time and cost efficiencies, Lida Group's flat pack container house system offers sustainability benefits:

• Reusing shipping containers reduces waste and emissions from producing new materials.    
• Standardized, factory-produced components result in less construction waste.
• Insulated modular walls, roofs, and windows minimize energy usage once occupied.
• Durable materials like steel shipping containers have a long lifespan and can be reused or recycled at end of life.

According to Lida Group, contractors that value sustainability are increasingly adopting modular and prefabricated construction methods. The company plans to leverage its expertise in flat pack container house technology for future green building projects.

Overall, by utilizing their expertise in modular building and container house technology, Lida Group was able to deliver a fast-track, high-quality office building project for their client in Indonesia. The reusability of shipping containers and sustainability attributes of the design also aligned with Lida Group's focus on eco-friendly construction. Their expertise in prefabricated solutions demonstrates how modular technology can transform the delivery of commercial building projects.


Related Cases