The planning and development phase encompasses three main steps:
1. Drawing up manufacture and assembly plans
Designing individual structure elements for a particular wooden prefabricated house is a process which defines every and all individual parameters required for a precise manufacture and assembly.
At Jelovica, the elements of wooden prefabricated houses are designed with the aid of the SEMA tool, which is the leading instrument in the construction of wooden prefabricated houses.
2. Drawing up static plans
The statics of an individual Jelovica wooden prefabricated house is based on EUROCODE 5 European standard which prescribes the methods of dimensioning load-bearing construction elements, contacts between the elements and other parameters. When preparing the statics for an individual wooden prefabricated house, the instructions and additions to EUROCODE 5 applicable for individual countries in the EU are taken into consideration.
3. Development of energy-saving houses
For several decades, Jelovica has been setting standards in the field of energy efficiency and durability of wooden prefabricated houses, which puts us way ahead of the prescribed norms in these fields. Long-time experience and empirical data gathered from previously supplied structures determine the guidelines for our future challenges.