The Massiva Husfabrik OÜ process has scalable designs to create beautiful and unique buildings simply and efficiently to serve a number of different industries.
We provide real estate services for our customers. Market research– answers various questions, such as: What areas clients prefer when looking to buy a new residential unit?
Mass Timber buildings enjoy higher rents. The architectural beauty drives the appeal for mass timber, so your units are less likely to go unoccupied…
Massiva Husfabrik is focused on large and medium scale, multistory projects with experienced Scandinavian developers. For today we have: Large, modern manufacturing….
Standard dimensional modules have widths 2990mm with a length 6000mm, 7400mm, 8400, 9600mm. Module inside heights can vary between 2400mm, 2500mm…
The small house promotes financial prudence, economically safe, shared community experiences. Affordable to build and easy to maintain…
In MASSIVA – working for the future with our clients!
We always think from the customers perspective. Massiva Husfabrik immediately solves clients grievances through its active collection of customer feedback.
Engagement and brand storytelling are at the heart of our approach. We begin each project by considering the customer journey and experience, taking a holistic view of all physical and digital touch points.
Our Mission is to build modular environments for people not places: the perfect solution for you and your team.
Time, quality, environment and stress free process – it is with this philosophy that we creating with our process.
We work with government departments, owners, architects and engineers to design and build custom modular buildings.
The management team at Massiva Husfabrik has over 14 years of modular industry experience, as a manager and production area.
The architectural beauty drives the appeal for mass timber, so your units are less likely to go unoccupied making it one of the best ways to gain a competitive edge, even when markets fluctuate. Neither steel nor concrete can achieve tolerances as low mass timber elements.