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  • Discover Our Quality Craftsmanship: Watch the Modular Home & ADU Manufacturing Process

    Check out our latest video detailing our modular home manufacturing process! In this video, we are manufacturing our Piccolo ADU one of our modular home products. We're excited to share our superior building methods and showcase the quality craftsmanship that goes into every home we create. Our ADUs offer endless possibilities for those looking for additional living space or investment opportunities. With innovative design elements and creative storage solutions, we believe that our homes offer a fantastic solution for anyone looking to enhance their living space. If you want to learn more about our ADUs and how they can benefit you, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're always happy to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for watching, and we can't wait to hear what you think about our manufacturing process for the ADU! Direct Link to Video: More Information on ADUs:

  • MetaLigna at the Ottawa Home & Garden Show 2023

    Thank you to everyone who came to the Ottawa Home & and Garden Show and visited our booth. It was truly an amazing experience to meet so many like-minded home enthusiasts and share our passion for beautiful and functional living spaces. Our park model and ADU setups were a hit, and we loved seeing the looks of wonder and excitement on everyone's faces as they explored the designs. We hope the experience inspired you to think creatively about your living space and gave you some ideas for your future home. Once again, thank you to everyone who came to the show and visited our booth. We couldn't have done it without you, and we hope to see you again soon!

  • MetaLigna on CTV at the Ottawa Home & Garden Show

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  • Booth Featured by Kerry Tarnow - Ottawa Home & Garden Show

    We are excited to announce that we have been featured on the Kerry Tarnow YouTube channel! Although Kerry was not able to visit our booth at the Ottawa Home & Garden Show, we were able to share pictures and videos of our stunning park model and tiny home setups with him. It was an honor to showcase our passion for creating beautiful and functional living spaces on his channel. We had a great time sharing the details of our designs with Kerry and discussing the unique features of our park model and tiny homes. From creative storage solutions to modern design elements, our living spaces offer endless possibilities for those looking to reimagine their home. If you haven't had the chance to watch Kerry's video, we highly recommend checking it out on his YouTube channel. And if you're interested in learning more about our park model and tiny homes, please don't hesitate to contact us.

  • Introducing Craft Modular

    We at MetaLigna are thrilled to announce the launch of our new line of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and modular homes, which we've named Craft Modular. Our team has been working on this project for over a year now, and we're excited to offer a range of unique modular homes that prioritize thoughtful design and quality construction. For those who don't know, ADUs are secondary dwelling units that are built on the same property as a primary residence. They're an excellent solution for those who want to add more living space to their existing property, and they're becoming increasingly popular in urban areas. Our Craft Modular homes are designed with our customers in mind, and we offer a variety of floor plans to suit different lifestyles and preferences. Our ADU range includes cozy studio apartments to one bedroom models, and they can be used for a variety of purposes, including as guesthouses, home offices, or rental units. Our ADU's are a sustainable alternative to traditional construction methods, and they're built to a high standard of quality and durability. We're committed to sustainability in all aspects of our business, and that's evident in the Craft Modular line. Each home is built with eco-friendly materials and methods, and we strive to maximize energy efficiency and minimize waste. The launch of Craft Modular is an exciting new chapter for us at MetaLigna, and we're proud to offer innovative and sustainable building solutions that meet the needs of modern homeowners. If you'd like to learn more about our homes, please visit the Craft Modular website or contact us directly for more information.

  • Facility Tour with Kerry Tarnow (ADU Production)

    We are thrilled to have been featured on the Kerry Tarnow YouTube channel! Kerry recently visited our facility while we were constructing an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) and documented the entire process. It was an honor to share our expertise and showcase our passion for creating beautiful and functional living spaces. We had a great time showing Kerry around and discussing the unique features of our ADUs. From clever storage solutions to modern design elements, we believe that our ADUs offer a fantastic solution for those looking for an additional living space or investment opportunity. If you haven't had the chance to watch Kerry's video, we highly recommend checking it out on his YouTube channel. And if you're interested in learning more about our ADUs and how they can benefit you, please don't hesitate to contact us. Once again, thank you to Kerry Tarnow for featuring us on his YouTube channel. It was a pleasure to work with him, and we hope to continue to inspire others with our innovative approach to home design.

  • Affordable Housing Crisis in Canada and Innovative Solutions [Case Study]

    Canada has been grappling with an affordable housing crisis for some time, with many Canadians finding it increasingly difficult to afford safe and suitable housing. The issue, particularly acute in the densely populated provinces of Ontario and British Columbia, has driven both governmental and non-governmental organizations to seek innovative solutions. In this context, we highlight the collaborative initiative of the Our House | Notre Maison Coalition, led by Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North (OGN) and Soublière Constructors, with the support of MetaLigna. This case study will focus on the broader affordable housing crisis in Canada and the innovative solutions being developed to combat it. The Extent of the Crisis As per Statistics Canada, one in four tenant households spent 50% or more of their income on shelter costs in 2018, with Ontario having the highest percentage of households exceeding this threshold. Notably, these figures do not account for the further economic strain induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has likely intensified the housing crisis. The situation is dire in the City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, where the crisis has been particularly felt. The region has experienced a high demand for rental housing coupled with a low vacancy rate, driving rental prices up and creating a housing crunch that disproportionately affects marginalized populations. Innovative Solutions to the Housing Crisis The Our House | Notre Maison Coalition was formed to address these challenges, aiming to move beyond traditional homebuilding models and construct as many homes as possible in a shorter timeframe. To expedite the construction process, the coalition turned to MetaLigna, a company specializing in multi-story commercial and residential building systems. The modular construction technology employed by MetaLigna offers a quicker, more cost-effective alternative to traditional construction methods, making it a promising solution to the current housing crisis. By utilizing modular construction, the coalition hopes to increase the efficiency of the building process significantly. This efficiency gain can translate into more affordable homes being available to those who need them most, more quickly. Potential Outcomes and Impact The Our House | Notre Maison Coalition aims to set a sustainable business model that provides a lasting solution to the affordable housing crisis. If successful, their innovative approach could lead to an increase in the availability of affordable housing, reducing the percentage of income that tenant households need to allocate to shelter costs. Moreover, the use of modular construction opens up opportunities for skills training, apprenticeship, and employment in the assembly process. This not only contributes to the local economy but also empowers individuals by equipping them with new skills. As the coalition continues to work on this initiative, it sets a precedent for other regions across Canada. It serves as a clear demonstration that through innovative thinking, collaboration, and embracing new technologies like steel modular construction, the affordable housing crisis can be effectively addressed. This case study offers a beacon of hope and a potential roadmap to other communities facing similar housing affordability issues. More Information: "Housing challenges remain for vulnerable populations" Statistics Canada Habitat For Humanity Our House Notre Maison Coalition Seeks Innovative Solutions To Affordable Housing Crisis In The North

  • Collaboration with Habitat for Humanity OGN

    Today we are elated to announce our collaboration with Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North on a program to create more affordable housing in the City of Greater Sudbury. As the lack of affordable housing continues to impact Canadians, Habitat for Humanity is a leader in developing practical and sustainable solutions to the problem. We are working to demonstrate the advantages of modular building and bring MetaLigna's design expertise and manufacturing capabilities to the coalition of partners who will deliver this housing program. For more information contact: Patrick Renshaw Business Development (613) 680-0185 ext 5008 Attached: Media Release provided by Habitat for Humanity Ontario Growth Network

  • Shaping the Future: Improving the Regulatory Framework for Modular Construction [Case Study]

    The Challenge: In Canada's vast and varied landscape, the modular construction sector faces unique regulatory challenges. Each jurisdiction implements its own set of construction regulations, and the resulting variation can pose difficulties for modular projects, requiring careful navigation of different rules, expectations, and practices. In addition, modular construction's distinct process, with roles ranging from design teams to off-site manufacturers and on-site installation teams, requires exceptional communication and a deep understanding of each party's responsibilities. Our Approach: At MetaLigna, we firmly believe in continuous improvement and actively seek opportunities to enhance our industry's regulatory landscape. Led by our Continuous Improvement Manager, Tapanga K., we contributed to an extensive report on the current regulatory framework for modular construction. This initiative aimed to identify potential improvements to benefit all stakeholders and improve the sector's efficiency and effectiveness. Findings and Recommendations: The report, a thorough exploration of modular construction's regulatory environment, clarified the roles and responsibilities within the modular construction process, essential for efficient operation and reducing regulatory workload. It underscored the need for consistent evaluation practices and communication methods, urging for a uniform approach to permitting, inspections, approvals, and codes applicable to modular construction. Moreover, the report discussed the content and details that should be included in a modular construction building permit application package, setting clear expectations for both the applicants and authorities. It also delved into the relevant standards and codes and their application stages, alongside an analysis of how certification programs, bodies, and third-party inspection agencies operate. Ultimately, the report provided new guidelines, promoting a clearer understanding of the regulatory landscape, and helped bolster confidence in modular construction as an efficient and effective building process. Conclusion: By participating in this analysis, MetaLigna reasserted its commitment to advancing the modular construction industry. Our team continues to work diligently, championing improved practices and procedures, and strengthening communication and understanding among all stakeholders. For the complete insights and detailed recommendations, you can access the full report here. We remain dedicated to shaping a brighter future for modular construction, grounded in sustainability, efficiency, and excellence.

  • Rapid Response: Mobile Health Units for the COVID-19 Crisis [Case Study]

    The Challenge: At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, the Canadian government found itself grappling with an urgent healthcare crisis. As hospitalizations surged, it became clear that our healthcare system was at risk of being overwhelmed. An immediate solution was needed to manage patient overflow and provide critical care services. Our Response: Stepping up to the challenge, MetaLigna, in partnership with SNC-Lavalin-PAE Inc., formed a dedicated team to design and manufacture an innovative solution - the Mobile Health Unit (MHU). These 100-bed mobile hospital units were Health-Canada-approved and designed as fully-functioning ICUs. Impressively, the first MHU was designed and manufactured in just 16 weeks. The Results: The MHUs were a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19. Capable of being transported by a C-10 plane, train, boat, or truck, these units could be swiftly deployed to any location across the country. In addition, they were designed to be re-packaged after use and redeployed to other areas as required. One notable deployment was to the Greater Toronto Area, where Mobile Health Unit's played a vital role in relieving pressure on the local healthcare system, which was strained due to a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases. Conclusion: This project showcased MetaLigna's capability to swiftly respond to an urgent healthcare crisis, underlining our commitment to innovation and society's well-being. The MHUs served as a testament to our dedication to providing sustainable, eco-friendly modular building solutions in the face of unprecedented challenges. As a certified MRCU provider, MetaLigna continues to stand ready to build modular health centers and hospitals worldwide. More Information: "Ottawa company helps create Mobile Health Units as healthcare system struggles" CTV News "Mobile Health Units: SNC-Lavalin sets the record straight" SNC Lavalin "Government of Canada provides Mobile Health Units to assist Ontario with COVID-19 response" Public Safety Canada

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