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As scientists say, the potential of prefabricated housing market in Central and Northern Europe is predicted to grow. According to the market study conducted by experts of Roland Berger GMBH, the prefabricated housing market volume and price are expected to be favorably driven by a number of trends. It’s promising to projects like BERTIM.

The study has been focused on following regions: Germany, Scandinavia, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Austria and Poland. According to scientists study, among 1+2 family housing, prefabricated housing is expected to gain in relevance, growing at c.3% p.a. from 2017 to 2022. Prefabricated housing growth is expected to outpace the 1+2 family housing market.

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Geographically, absolute growth is projected to be driven by Germany, the UK and Scandinavia. The UK is expected to be negatively impacted by Brexit and is forecast to grow stably but well below strong historical growth figures. In Poland, prefabricated housing is currently assumed to be less popular than in other focus regions .

All data presented above is significant to supporters and beneficiaries of BERTIM, as the project elaborates solutions strictly connected with prefabricated housing market reality.  

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Mattias Brännström, Axel Sterno and Anders Karlsson from SETRA and Kepa Iturralde from TUM held a meeting last 14th and 15th of December at SETRA´s facilities in Sweden. They visited different factories and on-site construction sites and they discussed and decided the best scenarios for a fully robotized manufacturing and installation of BERTIM modules.


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Dietrich’s, partner in BERTIM’s project, took part in BATIMAT, one of most significant international expo & fair events in France held between 6th and 10th of November in Paris. The project was presented on screens during five days of the trade show.


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