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September 2021 | Road Trip | Los Angeles

September 10, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Betsy Scott is excited to host a panel discussion with Paul Erhardt of Mandalay Homes and Bill Rectanus of Thrive Home Builders on “Purpose + Profitability” at this year’s Builder 100 Conference in Dana Point, CA.

She’ll be staying on Friday, September 10, to visit two exciting companies for factory tours and in-depth interviews and will share video highlights and key takeaways with the Alliance network via social and this event page.

Plant Prefab | Rialto, CA

Plant Prefab is the first prefabricated design and construction company in the United States dedicated to sustainable construction, materials, processes, and operations. In 2019, they committed to full carbon neutrality in their operations by 2028, the first prefabricated homebuilder to announce a net zero goal.

Their patented Plant Building System™ and purpose-built facility in Rialto, CA allows them to build a variety of housing typologies. From single-family homes and accessory dwelling units (ADUs), to multi-family dwellings and affordable housing projects, they help people bring their projects to life faster and more sustainably than traditional builders. The Plant Design Studio, the company’s award-winning architectural design studio, helps clients create custom homes for construction at Plant. The studio also oversees the development of all new LivingHome designs and provides design advisory services to custom construction clients.

PROTO HOMES | San Pedro, CA

PROTO HOMES has developed the world’s first technology-driven building platform. The PROTO PLATFORM transforms the fragmented homebuilding process into a streamlined global supply chain that puts materials production and sourcing first. Instead of designing a new home and then addressing building materials and sourcing, the PROTO PLATFORM inverts this process.

PROTO HOMES’ proprietary ICBC technology brings economies of scale to homebuilding without forcing builders into a limited selection of predetermined, cookie-cutter designs. Instead, they are able to expand the design possibilities far beyond the typical limitations of prefab and modular homebuilding, opening the door for maximum flexibility and custom projects tailored to fit each individual building site.

 

 

  • ON-DEMAND CONTENT FROM SITE VISITS
  • ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS FROM BUILDER 100
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Date:
September 10, 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm