Many electrical installations do not require substantial experience to complete, other than the knowledge of the components needed to complete the task. This knowledge requirement keeps experienced workers overseeing simple tasks, instead of utilizing their skills on more complicated tasks. Kitting empowers less-experienced workers to complete tasks on their own.
This is best explained by an example. One of the most high-skilled tasks for an experienced electrician is bending conduit. In a typical commercial project, there are hundreds, even thousands, of bends required. Without prefab, you would need highly-skilled, pipe-bending journeymen spread throughout your job site to ensure that each bend was completed in time for installation. When the task of bending pipe is complete, they are overqualified for the remaining work, and therefore, underutilized. Today, a team of expert electricians bend nearly 100% of our conduit in the EMF, so our high-skill labor can be deployed to truly high-skill tasks.