Every brief is different.
From day one, Rendine’s architects, engineers and project management team work together to understand the fundamental requirements of your brief. As a crucial part of this process, Rendine has enlisted Deakin University (Architecture & Built Environment Department) to research and identify a range of design principles aimed at recognising the physiological and psychological effects students experience in relation to their school environment.
These principles will enhance the architectural design guidelines and performance criteria for modular construction practice of school building structures, producing better pedagogical outcomes for a range of teaching modes.
Originality is the aspect of creation distinguishable from reproductions.
Originality is the desire and the ability to bring about change. It is uniquely tied to a spirit of experimentation. The desire to envision and produce a truly inspiring piece of work is a statement of avant-garde.
Prefabricated modular construction allows us to transform the dynamics of arts and architecture to produce truly creative outcomes - the primary benefit being to provide healthy, sensory enhanced classroom spaces that promote improved positive learning that support the well-being of your students and your curriculum.
Simply, an original solution designed to fit your vision.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”
- Leonardo da Vinci
The principal of ‘Modularity’ is to take the complex and make it simple. Thus at its core, Modularity reinvents traditional building methods to deliver cost effective, quality buildings with savings in construction time, material and energy.
Fabricated off-site, in a controlled environment, then delivered and assembled to form modern classrooms, the modular classroom simply delivers an innovative learning environment with flexible physical, interactive and quiet spaces that are acoustically effective, well lit and ventilated, and accommodate 21st century information technology.
An eco-conscious approach
Modular fabrication invites critical thinking and innovative solutions that advocate for sustainable outcomes.
Intelligent design focuses on site orientation, smart technology and green materials to achieve efficiencies, while the ability to dismantle and relocate modular constructions provides flexible, long term building use.
The lean construction method can achieve 90 per cent wastage reduction, decrease energy usage by 65 per cent, and deliver a completion rate 50 per cent faster.
Completed in line with our ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System, our modular design and construction process continuously investigates innovative means to deliver an even greener future.
Modularity provides the ability to expand.
Projects can be planned over a long period of time to
facilitate budgets and growth requirements.
A modular masterplan offers the flexibility of a strategic plan as these self supporting modules can be stacked or expanded to suit future learning requirements.
As schools grow, so does the need for expansion, and there is no better way to control classroom additions than with Modularity. The masterplan design can involve the allowance for future growth without the financial commitment.
It’s the new efficient, economical and time saving solution to educational development and advancement.
Quality assurance without compromise.
Modular construction is the future, and technology is central to creating the highest quality, reliable, maintainable and sustainable product.
Rendine’s use of modern Building Information Modelling (BIM) software, and digital technologies to facilitate the design, development and manufacture of modular buildings, will deliver modules of exceptionally built quality that fully comply with the requirements of the Building Code of Australia (BCA).
It is this high technology response to a growing demand that places Rendine at the forefront of delivering complex modular structures that enhance the quality education of our future generations.
No two solutions are the same.
The concept of Modularity is used primarily to reduce complexity by breaking a system into varying degrees of interdependence and independence.
Rendine embraces the full potential of Modularity by using the latest Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and project manage buildings and infrastructure. Resulting in a significantly more streamlined design and construction process, Rendine delivers your essential needs faster.
Rendine’s vision to be at the forefront of this form of construction offers certainty and delivering 21st Century schools.
An innovative process.
Modular construction allows for the building and site works to be completed simultaneously, reducing the overall completion schedule by as much as 50 per cent.
With design and engineering disciplines an integral component of the manufacturing process, significant savings in time and money are achieved.
Adopting traditional construction methods, walls cannot be set until floors are in position, and ceilings and rafters cannot be added until walls are erected. With modular construction, frames, walls, floors, ceilings and roofs are all built concurrently, then brought together in the same factory environment, to form a building.
‘Modularity’ - a clever and proven cost effective solution.