Cost Effective

Significant efficiencies are achieved by choosing modular construction based on typically removing 80% plus of the construction activity from the site and into a controlled indoor manufacturing process. Your project will achieve a reduction in expensive on-site labor, optimization of material usage, reduction in site theft, reduction in inclement weather expenses and improved site safety.


Schedule Savings

Since module manufacturing can occur simultaneously with site development and foundation works, projects typically can be completed 30% to 50% sooner than conventional construction. With the majority of the construction completed inside a controlled factory environment, modular construction mitigates the risk of weather delays. Simply put, buildings are occupied sooner, creating a faster return on investment.


Turn Key

Kuvella has the ability to offer a full turn-key, design-build project – from concept development to engineering design to module fabrication to site construction – or any scope of work in between.



As owners and designers, we have confidence in the choice of Kuvella’s modular systems for environmental sustainability. From repurposing surplus shipping containers to reduced construction waste by recycling materials, controlling inventory and protecting building materials to improved quality management throughout the construction process to significantly less on-site activity and disturbance.



Our modular systems are more durable and stronger than typical conventional construction. This is because each module, made of a rigid steel core, is engineered to independently withstand the rigors and loads imposed during transportation and craning. That inherently high individual module strength contributes further to the project once the modules are assembled and interconnected on the project site.



Our modular systems can be disassembled and the modules relocated or repurposed for new project use, increasing the end of project salvage value, reducing the demand for raw materials and minimizing the amount of energy expended to create a new building.