It is interesting to watch the way this housing complex is built as they transport the entire house from the factory on trucks and place it on the construction site. The flooring, windows, kitchen benches and even the commodes are fitted at the factory itself. This is not all, the electric wiring including fitting of switches and plumbing work is done at the factory itself. Even the staircase for the building is a pre-cast one which has been made at the factory.

New Zealand builder and head of Moore Living, Gavin Moore, who is the inventor of this pre-cast technology says about 95 per cent of the construction and other works are completed in the factory itself under this pre-cast technology, unlike the conventional pre-cast technology where a meagre percentage of civil work is done in factory.