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Achieving sustainability goals with modular construction

Modular construction is rapidly gaining popularity in the construction industry, and with good reason. Dutch Cabin Group is a leading player in modular construction in the Netherlands and is committed to a sustainable future.

Our mission is to provide modular building solutions that are not only efficient and cost-effective, but also have minimal impact on the environment. We are continuously improving and innovating our processes and products to meet the highest sustainability standards.

Here are some examples of our sustainability commitment to 2030:

  • Buildings produce in a climate neutral way with 100% sustainable materials.
  • Enabling our customers to cut carbon emissions in half through our capabilities in use.
  • Expand and develop the circularity of our business by continuously increasing our circular flows.


Together, we strive to limit global warming to no more than 1.5 degrees.

"In order to keep emissions below 1.5 degrees, it is necessary for the Netherlands to take major steps towards sustainability in the coming years. The construction sector is currently responsible for about 40% of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands. In addition, the ambition is to build about 900,000 new homes in the Netherlands until 2030. This seems contrary to the goals for a more sustainable future but it doesn't have to be so." says Johan Jansen, Sustainability Coordinator at Dutch Cabin Group.

Modular construction is a sustainable construction method that reduces CO2 emissions by 50% compared to traditional construction. The construction method uses 50% less energy and the construction time of a project is reduced by 40%.

At our production sites, we use materials with high insulation values and efficient systems to meet high energy efficiency standards. Energy-saving measures, such as high insulation values, PV panels and no concrete, are used to be self-sufficient and not use energy in the selection of materials. The sustainable materials used, such as wood and other biobased materials, have a positive carbon footprint because they are made from renewable resources.

Dutch Cabin Group is focused on improving its handprint to influence its footprint and aims for carbon neutrality by 2030. Modular buildings have an average lifespan of 60 years and can then be given a new life in another location.