Depending on various factors, the length it takes to design and build a steel building can vary. Factors from redesigns to building complications and even some that may be out of human control can all impact the duration of the delivery. Below are a few common variables that can impact the timeline for constructing a steel building


When it comes to the design phase, the accuracy of the sketch is what mainly impacts the time it will take to get these drawings engineered created and approved. With engineered drawings, it’s all about the details. The better and clearer the details are the faster these drawings will come together which will speed up the construction process.


Once the drawings have been approved and are ready to go, it’s time to get the materials together. When it comes to the materials, this can be a tricky process. Materials that are in stock will reduce the fabrication time, while custom materials will take longer to obtain. When dealing with fabrication, it’s all on a case by case basis. The more complex a building the longer the fabrication may take. Shipping materials can also tack on some time. With shipping items, factors such as weather, distance, and road conditions can make the construction process lengthier.


It’s no secret that construction schedules tend to go off course from time to time. It’s totally normal for construction to be delayed due to weather conditions, equipment delivery delays and more. It’s important to also note that building size plays a large role in the duration of the project as well. Simple standard buildings typically take less time to complete rather than their complex counterparts.

Why Compact Homes Rock The Middle Class

The size is right: Compact 2BHK fats are small enough to be manageable for small nuclear families, yet large enough to accommodate their future growth in terms of children.
Makes ‘space’ for other investments/expenses: Home buyers who are on a budget but still want to enjoy the benefits of a good, well connected location prefer such flats. Real estate developers who focus on this demand segment are able to achieve economy of scale by building vertically on relatively smaller plots.
Cheaper than larger apartments: While investing in a property, the primary concern for the Indian middle class is price. Not only are large properties that are extremely expensive out of reach for them, but the money that is saved by buying a smaller home can be invested elsewhere or utilized in some other manner to achieve yet another important lifestyle goal. Today’s upwardly mobile young Indians want to travel, invest in nice cars and get the best possible education for their children.
Smartly designed compact homes maximize space: One of the first things one notices in many larger fats is that lots of space is wasted, or not being utilized optimally. Because space saving is not only a virtue but a necessity in urban areas. Compact 2 BHK homes can be designed in a manner that provides space for everything while no space is wasted. Such smart designs help in using smaller areas in the most effective manner.
Easy to maintain: In today’s extremely busy and hectic life, they watchwords are convenience and low maintenance – especially in one’s home. Compact homes are easier and more cost-effective to handle and maintain than large apartments. Electricity bills and maintenance bills can be reduced significantly in such homes. Also, they require less furniture and décor.
Freedom and flexibility to design the home: The interior design of compact homes can be designed easily and cost-effectively. Guided by the latest trends in compact home décor, young Indian families are able to transform their smaller flats into extremely stylish spaces within small but intelligently allocated budgets.
Great savings on transportation: Transportation expenses can be reduced greatly with compact homes which are located in well-connected areas. Because the developers of such projects locate them in close proximity to commercial areas like offices, banks and shopping malls as well as, schools, colleges, and hospitals. Thanks to their better connectivity and social infrastructure, well-located compact homes are becoming the first choice of home buyers in urban areas.
The higher scope of resale on the property market: The demand for compact homes in well-connected urban areas is rising constantly, with more and more people looking to purchase such properties and benefit from their many advantages. Therefore, the resale value of compact homes is always high and such homes are sold very quickly, as there are always prospective buyers. This means that owners of compact homes can exit their investments easily and at a good profit if they find the need to relocate or move into larger homes.
Small is not only beautiful but eminently practical and sensible for the contemporary urban citizen. With so many advantages to owning compact homes in well-connected neighborhoods, this is one real estate market segment that will not only hold its own but grow exponentially in the years to come. Such a home is the ultimate place to live in, as well as a matchless performing asset from the perspective of real estate investment.