The modular homes manufacturer talks targeting new markets, new factories, and a modular academy
In three years Ilke Homes has come a long way. The volumetric modular homes manufacturer launched as a standalone business in 2017, had its first factory up and running the following year and today has a growing order book. It is looking to expand production and has just launched an initiative to grow its own offsite skills base.
The firm was backed by expertise in both traditional and factory build, having grown out of a joint venture between housebuilder Keepmoat Group and modular manufacturer Elliott Modular. Its executive chairman Dave Sheridan also brings varied experience, as past chief executive of Keepmoat and of Engie Regeneration. This breadth of expertise remains key to bridging the gap between traditional housebuilding and modern manufacturing, says Sheridan.
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