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  • Daly Sets Sights on Seven-Month Modular Construction for ‘N’ Habit

    One of the hottest trends in building now is the use of prefabricated elements, banking on the effectiveness the medium offers. One of the first Seattle developers to jump on that bandwagon was Daly Partners. Normally, a mid-rise apartment community project rising in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood would take around a year construction-wise, but contractor Charter Construction has set itself a seven-month deadline.

    Seattle 26 August 2013 05:00

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