Prefabricated Building Systems

Clark Pacific is pioneering prefabricated building systems, integrating manufacturing and construction for better project outcomes and reduced risk. The result is choice where it matters—on the elements occupants and owners see, touch and take pride in—and standardization on the elements that enable safety, efficiency, and durability.

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Clark Pacific’s prefabricated products integrate multiple scopes with manufactured precision, delivering greater control over schedule and budget with less risk.

Pre-engineered, single-source solutions for the building envelope.

Design-Manufacture-Build for the complete parking structure.

Our integrated office platform delivers a highly sustainable, energy-efficient office building solution.

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You’ll learn why more and more stakeholders are turning to radiant to address energy efficiency and occupant wellness. They will walk you through design and install best practices from the field and show you how to avoid common pitfalls to keep your project on track. Finally see an example of a fully integrated building platform, that can fast-track your next design by combining radiant and prefabrication.
While the concept of radiant heating has been around since Roman times, and precast concrete has been in use for more than a century, combining these two ideas is relatively new. As more engineers and commercial building owners turn to radiant heating and/or cooling systems to meet LEED or other green-building standards, the construction industry is evolving to install these systems with greater efficiencies and accuracy while meeting tight schedules and budgets.
Most people take parking garages for granted. They expect them when they arrive at the office or the mall and don’t think about them again after they park their car. Parking structures fulfill the task of fitting many spaces onto a small footprint, making life easier for tenants, guests and nearby businesses.

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