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Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
Living Modular Tech & Prod Profile Feb 2010
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  • 1. Living Modular México. Precast Housing Manufacturing Patented Technology Technology & Product Profile
  • 2. Global Demand
    • The Global demand for Adequate housing around the world is at an all time high, with more than a billion people living in inadequate housing. To meet the projected growth of households, developing countries need to build 21 million houses a year for 10 years that equates to one house every second and a half, twenty-four hours per day, which is an impossible task.
    • Most housing in developing countries are temporary structures that lack protection against wind and flood damage as well as electricity, running water and proper sanitation. It is evident that there is a need and a demand for a sufficient, affordable housing solution to the inadequate housing crisis. PYMM has the solution.
  • 3. Company History
    • PMM was born in 2000 as the result of identifying the needs of the most vulnerable sectors in Mexican society. Their need for low income high quality-housing. Having this in mind, a Precast-Modular system was invented, resembling a car and truck manufacturing line of production, using cellular concrete, which provides with significant advantages: density, structural capacity and light weight. Your final product is a complete house, including electrical wiring, plumbing, windows, doors, etc. You don’t have to build anything on site. They leave the plant completely finished.
  • 4. Company History
    • The Technology: It all begun in the prefab concrete industry in the USA .
    • Mission: To solve with technology, the housing needs for the low income people.
    • Approach: Improving quality, lowering costs, under a controlled environment.
  • 5. Our Vision
    • PMM’s Vision is the development of Innovated Models, and Housing Building Projects, by changing the traditional on-site Construction Industry through research & development, to better quality systems, speed manufacturing and low costs for the low income market.
  • 6. Housing Current Construction Model Traditional on-site Construction (current system)
    • Unsteady budgeting
    • Inefficient (Waste of time
    • and money)
    • Pilfering
    • Idle times
    • Long execution times
    • Hard to forecast real
    • costs.
    • Lack of quality, equals to
    • applying guarantees (extra
    • cost)
    Outcome:
    • Building approach :
    • “ Project management”
    • One time event
    • Lack of documented controls for
    • continuous improvement
    • Not quality focused
    • Lack of standardization
    • Depend too much on labor
    • Controls and logistics problems
    • Stealing
    • Hard to forecast real costs
  • 7. Business Model, Benefits
    • Answer to the traditional on-site construction industry
    • (current system)
    • Manufacturing, not project management
    • Continuous process improvement, not one time
    • events.
    • Unit Budgetary control
    • Focused on Execution Speed
    • Financial, Materials and Production Planning
    • Economies of Scale
  • 8. Business model opportunities
    • Business Model
    • Ensure better cost structure through advanced manufacturing focus.
      • Standard costing
      • Advanced quality planning
      • Supply chain optimization
      • Cost controls
    • This leads to superior cost structure than the traditional on-site construction industry.
      • Currently construction companies have the traditional on-site construction techniques that translate into bad process and inefficiencies (theft, bad quality product, design variations, inefficient planning)
    Improved Business Model creates opportunity for sustainable competitive advantage
  • 9. Business model controls
    • Heavy Emphasis on Cost Controls
      • -Standard Costing
      • -Material/Purchasing Controls
    • Advanced Manufacturing Focus
      • -ERP Systems to create scalable
      • model
      • -Advanced quality and engineering
      • Supply Chain Optimization
      • -Materials and Production Planning
      • -Processes and procedures for
      • standardization
  • 10. Economies of Scale Savings achieved in the cost of production because the cost of initial investment it’s defrayed across a greater number of producing units. The more we produce, the less it costs.
  • 11. Fast and substantial savings *Process control - Manufacturing speed *Full control on a per unit cost *Manufacturing Speed. 24 hours vs. 9 days, results: high-throughput (all resources)
  • 12. State of the Art Technology The highest degree of development of a Precast manufacturing system (including the Matrix-Steel Form and the concrete mix) to building houses in a controlled environment.
  • 13. The latest technology This will place your company as the real low-cost housing developers with the highest precast technology.
  • 14. Technology’s role A 36m2 house it’s built in 19 days average, that time is substantially reduced with our technology to 24 hours, we have revolutionized the low income housing market combining technology with science and using an assembly line systematization to produce a high quality house in record time. Using modular prefab’s technology, the walls and roofs are cast from cellular concrete That provides a 50% increase in insulation from heat and cold, as well as many other benefits.
  • 15. Technology Benefits
    • Homes are built in a controlled environment and
    • production is not affected by the elements.
    • Due to the assembly line production process, quality control and cost efficiency are superior, easily controlled and monitored.
    • The design and the assembly line process allows for rapid construction.
    • The controlled environment and the production system allows for a 24 hour a day work schedule.
  • 16. Technology benefits in the process * The speed of replication maximizes production while maintaining a high standard of quality.
  • 17. Technology benefits for each house
    • Our patented cellular process adds strength and reduces weight at the same time. Most importantly, it changes the concrete thermal properties for insulating comfort.
    • The house remains cool during the day and warm at night due to the phase displacement of heat transmission. When compared to a traditionally built house there are very noticeable differences in the inside temperature (up to 13f- 5C) it requires no insulation.
    • The houses are energy efficient.
    • The houses are made of steel reinforced concrete and are termite proof and fire resistant.
  • 18. Technology benefits for each house
    • Resistance to earthquake and hurricane force winds is attributed to ductile resistance.
    • Various floor plans are available.
    • Homes are architecturally friendly and are a 100% adaptable to anywhere in the world. A single form change allows to conform many architectural designs.
    • The homes are durable and long lasting and outlast any comparable structures made from wood, plastics, and composites.
    • There is no structural wood rot or unstable flooring and houses are water and sound resistant.
  • 19. Other Technology benefits
    • Most materials are purchased locally, supporting the local economy.
    • With work being conducted in a controlled environment; on a concrete factory floor and under a roof, it is safe for workers and provides improved and consistent worker productivity
    • and supervision.
    • Manufacturing plants create employment for
    • skilled and unskilled people.
  • 20. Using traditional on-site building;
    • Using traditional on-site building methods, the following structural problems and imperfections may occur:
    • Asymmetrical lines of construction
    • Irregular and uneven surfaces
    • Structural imperfections
    • Using our system results in the following:
    • Smooth concrete finishes
    • Symmetrical lines of construction
    • Superior Quality
    • Level surfaces
    • Flawless right (90 º) angles
  • 21. Beaten Challenge With a growing housing deficit, developing a high quality product to solve the crisis is a challenge. Our technology has overcome this challenge by creating a resourceful way to construct high quality, efficient, affordable, and safe housing using an effective production process. The use of a proprietary cellular process puts our technology heads above the rest and with multiple construction and product benefits, progress is being made to reduce the housing shortage.
  • 22. Patent Abstract Concrete construction material and method of use. A method for constructing concrete building units comprises forming and pouring a concrete floor on a floor platform, providing interior wall forms on said concrete floor, providing door frames, conduit and piping on said interior wall forms, providing a ceiling form; transporting said floor platform and floor intermediate spaced exterior wall forms, and pouring a concrete mixture in the wall opening intermediate the interior wall forms and the exterior wall forms. A free-flowing concrete mixture for use in relation to the method comprises a combination of cement, sand, water, polystyrene beads, wire fibers and a conditioning concrete additive.
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  • 36. 36m 2 and 52m 2 House models
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