Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) is the process of making buildings, or components of buildings, in a different location. Modular units are designed and prefabricated in advance in the factory according to specific specifications and transported directly to the site to be assembled to form a building. By definition, modular construction can be adapted as desired and easily adjusts to current and future needs. Modular units are typically built in factories, and the process is safer, heavily regulated, and immune to weather delays, given its reliance on indoor construction. By adopting the concept of “factory assembly followed by the on-site installation”, MiC helps to ease some of the current challenges faced by the local construction industry.