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LEED Certified Modular Dormitories that Make the Grade

Wednesday, September 21 at 1:00pm


Speaker: Matthew O’Brien, AIA, LEED AP, OBRIEN: Architecture & Energy

The need for efficient building solutions in the student housing market are more necessary than ever as enrollment rates continue to increase and as campuses are becoming more cost- and environmentally-conscious, seeking innovative, affordable and sustainable living options for students. One industry that is stepping up to the challenge is permanent modular construction to provide greener, faster, smarter benefits to meet clients’ needs. From single dormitories to complete campuses, permanent modular construction offers public, private, and charter schools what other construction methods cannot: accelerated project timelines, more economical pricing, and less disruption. In this session you will see how permanent modular student housing is indistinguishable from other school buildings and can be constructed to any architectural or customer specifications.

 



Getting the Most out of Offsite Construction: Implementation Strategies & Guidelines

Wednesday, September 21 at 2:00pm


Speaker: Laurie Robert, LEED AP, NRB, Inc.

Building off-site vs. on-site requires different thinking as well as understanding of how both the approach and process can make a difference in the level of a project’s success. This session draws on the experience of industry experts that explore what it takes to choreograph and execute a more effective permanent modular construction (PMC) project, from the significance of early engagement to the end goal of early occupancy. Pre-construction begins with a holistic view of the permanent modular construction industry today, followed by a look at some of the strategies and best practices needed to launch a successful project for all stakeholders. Topics include modular design development and integration; the decision making process; the significance of the “module;” ideal project delivery methods and contract variables as well as roles, responsibilities and scope of work delineation—all at the pre-bid or pre-construction phase. Project execution delves more explicitly into the means and methods, as well as stakeholder scopes of work needed to execute the strategies throughout the building construction off-site and on. These strategies include final drawing submittal and approval, zoning and permitting, process, scheduling, fabrication, quality assurance, health and safety, site development, delivery, set, finish, and commissioning of a project ready for occupancy.

 



Using Shipping Containers as Building Blocks

Wednesday, September 21 at 3:00pm


Speaker: Steve Armstrong, SG Blocks

There are countless numbers of empty unused shipping containers around the world just sitting on shipping docks taking up space. After cargo has arrived, it’s often too expensive to ship empty containers back to their origin, resulting in a high surplus of empty shipping containers. Shipping containers are strong, corrosion resistant, and can reduce construction time by up to 40%. Hard and soft costs are lower as well, particularly in expensive urban and mid-rise markets. Containers can also meet building needs across diverse residential, industrial, commercial, and retail applications. Join experts as they lead an informative discussion on using shipping containers as building blocks in the construction of restaurants, offices, apartments, dorms, emergency shelters, homes, and more.

 



Healthcare from Finance to Fit-Out: A 360° Perspective on Modular Construction

Wednesday, September 21 at 4:00pm


Speakers: John Morrison, Mark Line Industries &Jason Moreno, Easy Building Solutions

As modular construction has evolved from temporary facilities deployed for emergency needs to an innovative and modern method of construction of even the most complex multistory permanent hospitals, the financial, development, design and construction aspects have similarly become more complex. This presentation offers a unique and panoramic view of permanent modular construction (PMC) from the perspective of every stakeholder involved in a PMC project. Presenters will discuss the financial implications of modular construction and how it is viewed by typical lenders, REITs and private equity, the considerations of a developer, the perspective of the A/E/C team and their interface with the modular fabricator, and those of the end user, operator, or building occupant.

 



Hotel Construction in Days, Not Months

Thursday, September 22 at 9:00am


Speaker: Sunny Wang, Broad USA

Offsite construction methods once again awed the world, this time by building a 30-story hotel in just 15 days. Named T30, the five star hotel is located in the Hunan Province of China and will feature 358 hotel rooms, a restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool on the top floor, underground parking for 73 vehicles, and a helicopter pad. The structure comes in at 182,000 square feet. The key to achieving such speed on its construction is that 93% of the hotel was pieced together with premade offsite components: large sections of floors that arrived on site with structural columns, interior partitions, and fixtures stacked on top and plumbing and mechanical systems already installed inside. Learn how new ways of building offsite are accelerating onsite construction in ways we have not seen before.

 



Bathroom Pods = Better Materials, Less Waste, Faster Construction

Thursday, September 22 at 10:00am


Speaker: Kent Hodson, PIVOTek

The construction industry has been building the same way for years and is now under significant pressure to build faster and reduce costs, even as material costs climb and skilled labor becomes harder to find. Innovative technologies like prefabricated bathroom pods provide an opportunity to escalate the pace of change needed to overcome industry challenges. The use of pods allows architects, contractors, developers, and owners to apply manufacturing best-practices to the construction process, ensuring consistent high-quality products in a fraction of the time. Pods also contribute to a cleaner and safer work environment and help reduce material, waste, and labor costs while increasing speed to occupancy. In this session, pioneers in the bathroom pod industry will discuss how they are helping hotels, hospitals, schools, apartments, and more to finish projects faster and with higher quality.

 



2017 Agenda

 

WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER 25


1:00pmExhibitor Setup (ends at 5:00pm)


THURSDAY,   OCTOBER 26


8:00am-5:00pm           Exhibits Open

8:00am-9:00am           Coffee with Exhibitors

9:00am-11:00am        Presentations

12:00pm-1:00pm        Networking Lunch

1:00pm-3:00p   Presentations

4:00pm-5:00p   Networking Reception

5:00pm-7:00p   Exhibitor Breakdown 



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