IC Road Map: 3rd Tues Event Recap

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We’re working with a team of industry rockstars on what we’re calling the “IC Road Map” – a living document that outlines a successful transition of a builder’s overall business —not just the construction silo—to fully integrate IC into its operations and reap all of the benefits.

You can check out our recent ProBuilder article to see where we’re at then visit the recap tab from the latest round table discussion where we chatted with leading industry experts and welcomed insights and questions from attendees. There you’ll find the full recording + best-of snapshots from the event.

Up next, we’ll hold another working group in early November to further refine the road map before publishing version 1.0 early next year. Reach out to Paige to get involved.

Additional Resources

Articles:

 

Ryan Colker mentioned code 1200 and 1205 that offer tools to support Planning, Permitting and Inspection. Find more info here:

  • ICC/MBI 1200-2021 Standard for Off-site Construction: Planning, Design, Fabrication and Assembly. This first edition standard provides planning and preparation requirements such as: the role of the architect/modular manufacturer/construction manager/general contractor, location of plant vs. construction site, and material procurement and lead times.

    ICC/MBI 1200-2021 includes requirements for:

    • A controlled manufacturing environment.
    • Supply chain integration.
    • Structural modular vs. nonstructural modular.
    • The fabrication process and on-site assembly.

And subscribe to the newsletters mentioned during the call:

 

Join us in november

Together, we’ll create a bigger vision for the future of housing.

John Burns, CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, will open with a Keynote address. Next, he’ll be joined by a panel of leading experts to expand the vision for the Future of Housing and engage in a healthy debate about the future of our industry.  For the remainder of the afternoon, we’ll dig into two key areas — supply chain + ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) / sustainability strategies — before wrapping up with a meet + greet.

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