What is a feasibility study and how long does it take?

  • A Development Feasibility Study and Conceptual Budget {DFSCB} is the first step in the modular home build process, and it is designed to protect the customer and the builder. The study helps both parties gain a complete understanding of everything that is controllable about the project.
  • A deposit is required to conduct the development feasibility study and that cost is applied to your contract.
  • The study is broken down into three different areas:
    • Expert analysis of engineering, soils, land survey and more.
    • Factory costs per client goals
    • Miscellaneous costs: delivery, crane, set fees, etc.
  • For customers who have an existing feasibility study, additional work may be required, and they might be asked to sign a development feasibility study waiver.