Build 1 house a day or 100 houses a day

When compiling a Project Implementing Plan (PIP) we gather all the information required to streamline the production process. Moladi construction system is capable to produce a shell per day.  The “assembly teams” are trained up and production processes are streamlined to ensure that no “bottle necks” are created in the assembly line (construction process).


The foundation team produces raft foundation or slabs at the rate required and are left to cure for seven days before the superstructure team assembles the formwork or moulds on the foundation.  The formwork is erected in four hours and filled in two. The amount of workers will either increase or decrease depending on the size of the top structure (square meterage of moladi formwork).


The formwork is removed the next day in two hours and re-erected on the next foundation. The timeframe for the production cycle is seven days for the foundation to cure, and the superstructure can be completed i.e. roof, windows, doors, plumbing, electrical, painting etc. in five days.  This production process means a house or a classroom can be completed within 14 days and one thereafter per day with one mould. If the production tempo needs to be increased we can simply implement more moladi mould to produce more structures per day (2, 5,10 or unlimited).


The moladi wall is “green” and has an embedded energy half that of brick and mortar

This production process explains the advantages moladi brings to the PIP and subsequent roll out

This production is achieved by training unskilled unemployed workers to build at this pace and quality with moladi technology – Established 1986


moladi plastic formwork construction system

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