The Volumetric Homes Group is a membership led entity which has autonomy to set its own agenda and discussion topics. Established to influence legislation, regulation and to support the overall objectives and growth of the sector, the Volumetric Homes Group (VHG) is raising awareness of the performance and productivity benefits of Volumetric Modular technology for the housing sector.
Through the power of collective activity, this group can take this innovative sector forward by helping to create a ‘volumetric housing community’ and a real ‘central force’ for the industry. Working closely with our members the VHG provides access to industry contacts, technical expertise, and market intelligence to support growth and increase market share.
To provide internal and external communication on our members’ marketing and PR campaigns. Share knowledge and market intelligence relating to volumetric modular technology.
To provide a unified representation of the UK industry. Representing members equally to maximise industry impact and promote uses of volumetric modular technology in the housing sector.
To create and grow VHG membership by working with members to highlight the brand image, promoting their products and services to the wider construction industry and strategic partners.
To identify and capture revenue streams and increase market share for our members through greater awareness of volumetric modular technology and the benefits of offsite construction methods.
To encourage a collaborative approach VHG operates under a unilateral membership structure, with a tiered membership structure and one standard fee for all members to gain access to an extensive package of benefits.
Aimed at Manufacturers, Supply Chain, Consultants, Installers, Affiliates and Clients, VHG members benefit from:
Fundamental to offsite construction, volumetric homes are an ideal application for the housing sector.
The success and appeal of volumetric units manufacture rests in the repeatability of units and design. Volumetric units are large building elements that can be linked together to form complete buildings without the need for an additional superstructure.
These can be steel or timber-based and are pre-fitted with electrics, plumbing, heating, doors, windows and internal finishes. They are commissioned prior to leaving the factory, ensuring that defects are minimised, and quality control is high. The units are then transported to the site and carefully craned into position on prepared foundations.