MOD Engineering implements solutions that allow to obtain the maximum field of eco-sustainability by adopting materials that can ensure a low environmental impact.

We view sustainability from two perspectives:

  • as a valuable tool and skill set we offer our clients, from life cycle analysis to reducing environmental impact to community engagement
  • as the most compelling way to conduct ourselves professionally and live up to our employees' expectations

MOD Engineering’S products are built in an economic and green way that hinders environmental burdens and conserves resources. Thus, a building contributes to the protection of human health, and social as well as cultural values.

The building sector has the greatest potential to reduce CO2 emissions. Currently, 30% of global CO2 emissions and 40% of global resource consumption is a result of constructing buildings.

How we build

We believe in reducing environmental impact and energy costs at all of our projects. We use sustainable technologies and improved designs that guaranty our buildings cooler, lighter and low maintenance.

When designing and building multi-level container structures in limited urban spaces, the arrangement of each container is a very important factor, as it will influence the appearance AND:

  • maximize existing ground level space (tenant and/or customer parking)
  • allow for future expansion of structural additions (above ground outdoor decks)
  • dictate routing of plumbing and electrical facilities
  • optimize heating and cooling efficiency.
  • On site disturbance, waste, and noise pollution is reduced by the speedy delivery of prefabricated units
  • The concrete substructure required is reduced as the building system is lightweight and inherently rigid

The system ensures a low carbon footprint in occupation.

  • The system has good air tightness and is thermally efficient.
  • The heating and lighting systems are carefully designed to reduce energy consumption.
  • Renewable energy is used where appropriate e.g. solar collectors for domestic hot water.
  • Where suitable wind turbines are employed
  • Rainwater harvesting and green roofs are incorporated

Long term sustainability is ensured by the inherent flexibility of the system.

  • As it is modular it can be added to or reorganised during its life.
  • Should the land be required for other use the structure can be unbolted and reused on another site.