Over time it appears that prefabricated structures are being used increasingly in applications other than commercial construction. It used to be that “prefab” meant cheap, because in its original applications decades ago, probably the primary attraction of these types of buildings was that they could be put up very inexpensively. Think of the Quonset huts of World War II or the prefabricated houses that California Gold Rush prospectors could buy in kit form. Structures such as these housed people with much bigger things on their mind, and so basic functionality and cost were paramount to their acceptance.
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