The Future of Industrialized Construction: Trends and Opportunities in the Spanish Market

Industrialized construction is gaining ground worldwide, and Spain is no exception.

This method of industrialized construction is positioning itself as an efficient and sustainable solution to the traditional challenges of the sector. In this article, we will explore the emerging trends in modular construction and the opportunities it offers for the Spanish market, highlighting how industrialization, particularly the Steel Frame system, is transforming the construction industry.


Innovation and efficiency in industrialized construction

One of the main trends in industrialized construction is the adoption of advanced technologies that enable more precise planning and execution. Tools like Building Information Modeling (BIM) and 3D design software are revolutionizing the way modules are designed and manufactured. These technologies not only improve accuracy and reduce errors but also enhance collaboration among all project stakeholders, from architects to engineers and builders.


Sustainability and waste reduction

Sustainability is another key factor driving the adoption of modular construction in Spain. Traditional construction methods generate a significant amount of waste and consume many resources. In contrast, industrialized construction, especially with Steel Frame systems, minimizes waste and optimizes material use. Steel Frame structures are recyclable, and their manufacturing requires less energy, significantly reducing the project’s carbon footprint.


Speed and flexibility in construction

Modular construction allows for a significant reduction in project execution times. By manufacturing modules in a controlled offsite environment and quickly assembling them on-site, construction times can be reduced by up to 50% compared to traditional methods. This efficiency not only speeds up delivery times but also lowers labor costs and minimizes disruptions at the construction site.


Opportunities in the spanish market

The Spanish market is witnessing growing interest in industrialized construction due to its multiple benefits. Developers and builders are recognizing that modular construction can offer fast and high-quality solutions for a variety of projects, from residential housing to commercial buildings and public structures. Additionally, with the increasing demand for sustainable and energy-efficient buildings, Steel Frame systems are emerging as a preferred option for their durability and superior performance.

The Role of STALART in Sector Transformation

STALART is at the forefront of this transformation in Spain. With years of experience in the manufacturing and assembly of Steel Frame structures, STALART is leading the way toward more efficient, sustainable, and high-quality construction. Through technological innovation and a commitment to excellence, STALART is demonstrating that the industrialization of construction is not only viable but also an optimal solution for the sector’s challenges.

STALART: Advances and Achievements in the Steel Frame Sector in the Past Year

In the past year, STALART has consolidated its position as a leader in the Steel Frame construction sector in Spain.

It has achieved significant advances in digitalization, collaboration, structural calculation justification, fire resistance, and sustainability.

By obtaining prestigious quality certifications and executing high-end projects, STALART has demonstrated that industrialization can combine efficiency, customization, and luxury design.

Furthermore, its participation in key associations and the development of regulations have facilitated the inclusion of industrialized systems in public and private projects, opening new opportunities in the market.

1. Digitalization and collaboration:

– Digitalization: STALART has integrated advanced technologies such as BIM (Building Information Modeling) and 3D software to design and optimize structures. These tools enable precise planning, reducing errors, and improving efficiency at all project stages.
– Collaboration: A collaborative work environment has been fostered, where different teams and construction systems work together to optimize results. This has improved communication and coordination, resulting in more coherent and higher-quality projects.

2. Structural calculation justification and fire resistance:

– Structural Calculation: Advanced methodologies and software have been implemented to justify and approve structural calculations, ensuring that all structures comply with safety regulations and standards.
– Fire Resistance: Intensive work has been done to improve the fire resistance of Steel Frame structures, increasing the safety and durability of the constructions.

3. Quality certifications:

– ISO 9001 and 14001: These certifications ensure that STALART meets high standards of quality in its processes and environmental practices.
– UNE EN 1090: This standard for metallic structures allows STALART to mark its products with the CE certificate, ensuring compliance with European regulations and increasing confidence in its products.

4. Sustainability certificates:

– LEED and EPD: STALART has obtained LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) certificates for its materials, reaffirming its commitment to sustainability and reduced environmental impact in its projects.

5. High-End projects and customization:

– Luxury Projects: STALART has demonstrated that industrialization can be applied to high-end projects, combining efficiency and quality with a high level of customization and aesthetic design. This includes luxury residential and commercial buildings where uniqueness and design are paramount.

6. Ecosystem and associations:

– Participation in Associations: STALART is part of associations and committees that develop regulations and guides for industrialization in construction. This includes collaboration with REBUILD and other organizations to promote sector improvements.
– Development of Guides: Contribution to the creation of guides that standardize and validate industrialized construction systems, facilitating their adoption in the market.

7. Financing and public works:

– Financing: Efforts have been made to overcome traditional difficulties in financing industrialized projects, working with financial institutions to close the gap in offsite construction financing.
– Public Works: STALART has influenced the creation of specifications and regulations that allow the inclusion of industrialized systems in public tenders, opening new opportunities for industrialized construction in government projects.


These advances not only position STALART as a leader in Steel Frame construction in Spain but also demonstrate its ability to innovate and adapt to market needs, offering sustainable, efficient, and high-quality solutions.