3rd Tuesday: Industrialization + Change Management
October 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
A Roadmap to Industrialized Construction
Industrialized construction – aka offsite, factory-built, etc. – has to date puttered along as a bit player in the construction of single-family homes — representing roughly 3% of new-home production in 2020.
The problem is that few people know where or how to start making the switch.
Even worse, some see it as simply a production solution rather than a different way of doing business — with impacts + potential benefits across the organization. We’ve been tackling that challenge for the last two years through working group discussions; builder, developer and expert interviews; case studies; and development of a roadmap and other tools.
This event coincides with the launch of a feature article in Professional Builder — highlighting key insights we’ve gathered from others in our network and the initial conclusions we’ve come to.
Up next we’re hosting a working group discussion, November 2021, and have more planned for 2022 to help move the road map forward. Contact us to get involved.
Visit the RECAP tab for the full recording, best of snapshots and more resources.
- VIRTUAL EVENT
- FREE + OPEN TO ALL
- REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Pro Builder Media
Vice President of Operations
CEO + Principal Builder
MODS PDX INC
Housing Innovation Alliance
Vice President of Innovation
International Code Council
3rd Tuesday: Expert Panel Discussion
We’re lining up a number of experts who represent important parts of the equation: a framer “convert,” who is now installing panels and sees the value to their business; a panelization company; a homebuilder, who has invested in industrializing production; a leading code official; and a distributor.
- Rich Binsacca, Editorial Director, Pro Builder Media
- Diana Fisler, Principal, ADL Ventures
You'll hear from:
- Ryan Colker, Vice President of Innovation, International Code Council
- Jeff Hopfenbeck, Founder, Simple Homes
- Rick Lambert, Vice President of Operations, McStain Neighborhoods
- Craig Webb, President, Webb Analytics