A partnership to develop a global MMC and DfMA business model has been launched by K2's Korean investor, Hanmi Global.
Bryden Wood (with whom K2 are partnering on the UK’s New Hospital Programme) have signed an agreement with Hanmi Global to jointly develop and implement modern methods of construction (MMC) and a design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) in Korea.
The partnership, initiated by K2, is focused on developing new markets to apply MMC and DfMA and delivering enhanced productivity in high-tech construction projects, such as semiconductor and battery facilities.
“We will do our best to provide distinguished services to our customers and to contribute to changing the local construction industry through implementing new construction production systems,” said Hanmi Global Vice Chairman Han Chan-kun.
K2 and Bryden Wood are working together on the New Hospital Programme – promoting the use of standardisation and MMC and the importance of introducing design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) at the earliest stage possible. This will also influence how net zero policy is baked into each hospital project’s planning from the outset
Project: New Hospital Programme