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Whether the houses of the future are cast, printed, or prefabricated, experts agree that change is coming, albeit gradually.
One of the overarching goals of Colistra’s work is to develop solutions that could be prefabricated, mass-produced, and made widely available.
Because the walkway is both elevated and prefabricated, the impact on the natural setting is minimal, one of the other missions of all the installations.
The new buildings will be prefabricated and shipped to the site in containers.
That second courtroom would have to be prefabricated, at a cost of $4.5 million to $6 million, and flown to Cuba, just like the first one.
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