All Aboard the Modular Construction Train: Don't Get Left at the Station!
1 hour 5 minutes
Learn how to harness and achieve the full potential of modular delivery and modular success.
Throughout many towns and cities in the U.S., conventional construction costs and demand for more housing and supporting developments (schools, offices, retail, industrial, etc.) have been rapidly increasing over the past 12-18 months. State and Federal funding programs often come with the requirements to complete projects in expedited timeframes due to the immediate needs. Developers face projects that don’t pencil financially or cannot be completed within required timeframes, which compounds the issue. Much has been talked about modular, prefabricated, and offsite construction as methodologies to help address these challenges among developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and subcontractors considering whether to venture into this industry. In addition to explaining some differences between modular, prefabricated, and offsite construction, this course will provide valuable information to anyone contemplating providing services within the industry or enhancing their existing service offerings.
• You will be able to describe to potential clients the benefits of modular construction and how your company can provide valuable services.
• You will be able to discuss the differences between modular, prefabricated, and offsite construction.
• You will be able to identify the unique risks associated with modular construction and adopt simple mitigation measures.
• You will be able to recognize whether your company should capitalize on the fast-growing modular industry.