The U.S. construction industry was valued at more than $1 trillion in 2018 and is expected to remain steady in 2019. Despite the size of the industry, there remain four areas where the industry is under-performing: productivity (time and cost), certainty in delivery, skills shortage, and data transparency. With this in mind, we took a look at the top five benefits of utilizing offsite, lean, and modern methodologies in construction to counter these four challenges.
Handling large-scale projects with a lot of moving parts certainly require a lot of planning and contingencies. While one could argue that a million different things could go wrong, the biggest concerns in modular construction projects almost always revolve around Logistics, Hook-up and Sequencing. Check out this article to find out how you can overcome these concerns.
Ahead of the Future Offsite Construction Summit, we spoke with Peter Gluck, the architect of the first modularized residential building in New York City. Check out our interview with him to learn how he did it!