Prefabricated Community Buildings, Low-Cost Housing South Africa

Prefab Community buildings

Karmod keeps on developing solutions that suit different needs through understanding and listening to its customers. With innovation Karmod uses top quality materials and high qualified personnel to create buildings that communities can be proud of.

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Karmod offers wide range of designs and plans for its community buildings. These buildings are used for village hall, Community centers, municipality building, sports facilities, visitor center  nursery, pre-school< offices and administrative buildings.

Because prefabricated buildings are constructed at karmod’s factory prior to assembly, then they can be produced and assembled in short time. This results in less on site disruption, time and money saving and quick utilization of the building.

Karmod prefabricated community buildings are produced according to international and Turkish quality standards. All parts and components are chosen from top quality brands and manufacturers. Karmod buildings are ISO 9001 : 2000 certified and TSE approved. Our community buildings represent a permanent solution with their high insulated and strong structure, and the building is covered with one year guarantee from Karmod against manufacturing and assembly faults.

Our expert team will work closely with you to make sure that the prefabricated community building meets your exact needs:
  • Choose from among alternative external cladding and colour schemes
  • Wide range of internal colours
  • Ability to apply internal partitioning to create flexibil spaces for multiple functions
  • Possibility to add heating and cooling systems if required
  • Adding office or other functions is easy
  • Kitchen and dining hall can be also added
  • Storage spaces that suit all users of the building
  • Toilets and showers units can be added in any number and plan
  • Additional fittings, security features and amenities can be added according to customer choice and expectations.

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