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Streamlined Prefab for Faster Builds

At Anning-Johnson, we are well-equipped to provide prefabricated walls & ceilings for commercial construction projects. Our highly specialized team thoroughly reviews drawings to provide accurate bids and proactively resolve design challenges before they cause costly problems or schedule delays. We combine best practices and lessons learned from job sites across the country to better serve our customers.

The prefabrication process begins with the design phase. Our team uses in-house Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to design prebuilt building components that meet exact specifications for prefabricated commercial buildings. Once the design is complete, the components are often built off-site ensuring consistent quality, efficiency and reduced waste.

The building process involves cutting, drilling, and welding the components to exact specifications. The components are then transported to the commercial construction site where they are assembled into the final structure using modular construction techniques. The erection process is much faster than traditional construction methods since the components are already assembled and ready to be installed.

Top 5 Benefits

Buildings can be constructed much faster using prefabrication than with traditional building methods. Since the components are assembled off-site, the construction process is not affected by weather conditions or other delays.

Prefabrication can often be less expensive than traditional methods. The building process is more efficient and less labor-intensive, which translates into lower costs for the customer.

Prefabrication often involves preassembling building panels and flying them into place via a crane or lift, which ensures consistent quality. The components are manufactured to exact specifications and are inspected at every stage of the process.

Prefabricated commercial buildings are often more sustainable than traditional buildings. The manufacturing process generates less waste and uses fewer resources than traditional construction methods.

Prefabrication can reduce traffic on a jobsite and can also reduce the risks of working at high elevations.


We have a proven track record of handling the most complicated and schedule-sensitive exterior jobs for prefabricated commercial buildings. We have the ability to handle projects of any size, from small renovations to large-scale new commercial construction projects using prebuilt building components. Our team is experienced in working with architects, general contractors, and building owners to ensure that every project is completed on time and within budget.

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