In the CBS Factory semi-automatic assembly lines are used to produce the building elements: The welded steel frames are placed, side-by-side, in molds on the semi automatic assembly line. When they reach the batching unit, the molds are cast with light-concrete. All necessary openings; doors, windows and electricity outlets, are excluded by blocking them out. All required work on the surface area of the outer wall elements also takes place In the factory, without any atmospheric influence.

The assembly line then transports the concrete filled molds to an exterior drying section were they are stored for a twelve hour drying process. Therefore, the factory floor is never permanently occupied, which allows the manufacturing process to be ongoing, if need be, around the clock. Twelve hours after being cast, the light-concrete elements are removed from their molds and transported to the storage area.

From the exterior storage area, the wall elements are transported to the various construction sites to assemble them into buildings. All wall-, ceiling- and roof elements are marked at the factory with all relevant data such as, element- and connecting profile type. The delivery notes ensure that the wall-, ceiling and roof elements can effortlessly be identified at the building site.

The higher the required production is, the more assembly lines and concrete batching units (filling stations) are installed in the factory. The maximum per factory is four- assembly lines and batching units. To achieve a higher production, the factory can be infinitely duplicated.