Consisting of or characterized by prefabricated wall, floor, and roof sections that are shipped to and assembled at the building site: panelized housing. (adjective)
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Use "panelized" in a sentence
"Modular involves nominally complete sections of the house being joined on a foundation, and panelized is a “kit-of-parts” that involves a lot more on-site contracting work."
"Most of the home's frame was fabricated elsewhere and assembled on-site, a process known as panelized construction that can save time and money."
"Obliviously, at the same time, the human rights violators and unprofessional security activities or actions must be panelized if it found with necessary evidences, otherwise, all the time state must keeping up continue to promote the morale and motivation of the national security forces."