2017 Case Study Presentation Topics




 

 


That’s Modular?
Innovative Trends in Modular Building 

Friday, September 29


Speaker: Craig Mitchell, Britco Construction 

Gone are the days when modular buildings were thought of as boring and uninspiring. These days modular buildings are pushing the boundaries of modern design, and solving many of the problems of traditional construction methods in the process. Watch as Britco Construction’s Craig Mitchell demonstrates the advantages of building modular across the multi-family and hospitality sectors and why Passive House design lends itself well to modular construction .

 




Hotel Resort -
A Structural Steel Modular Design, Built for the Pacific Coast

Friday, September 29 


Speaker: Jim Dunn & Matt Hallaran, Stack Modular Group

Modular construction methods are enabling hotel developers to complete projects up to 60% faster than traditional methods, decreasing site disturbance and labor costs, providing greater control over project bottom lines, and even revolutionizing the way hotel chains are expanding their asset portfolios. This session will offer a unique perspective on brand acceptance, budget, schedule, quality, finance, and building approvals.
 





Re-Purposed Shipping Containers for Modular Construction

Friday, September 29 


Speaker: Rhys Kane, Ladacor Advanced Modular Systems

Re-purposed shipping containers are helping to meet construction needs across diverse residential, industrial, and commercial applications as the building blocks of restaurants, offices, apartments, dorms, emergency shelters, homes, and more. This session will showcase a multi-family project in Edmonton, Alberta that was built with an innovative modular construction technology that uses re-purposed shipping containers for modules. The session will demonstrate how a 20-unit rental apartment building was constructed from containers offering the owner a cost-effective project and a fast-track schedule.

 



Designed by Perkins+Will:
Housing Module Improves Prefabrication and Livability

Friday, September 29 


Speakers: Derek Newby, Perkins+Will |  
Andrew Warwick, ATCO Structures & Logistics Ltd.


A wood modular housing prototype designed by global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will is helping to advance academic research at the University of British Columbia. The 312-square-foot cross-laminated timber (CLT) module is designed to be highly energy efficient, durable, and constructed with minimal waste—offering advancements in both prefabrication and livability. The replicated module is part of one of the largest proposed CLT structures ever at 646,000-square-feet. Built by ATCO Structures, learn how this module improves upon aesthetics, materials, acoustics, thermal performance, and maintenance of convention construction while using Passive House principles to achieve a robust building envelope.

 


Modular Dormitories that Make the Grade

Friday, September 29 


Speakers: TBA

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.

 



Offsite & Modular Construction Explained

Friday, September 29 


Speaker: TBA

Offsite construction can service a variety of building and construction types, and is a building process of delivery as much as it is an amalgamation of building products. When understood and deployed by stakeholders intentionally, with early project planning, it is a well-suited solution to control project schedules and budgets while increasing quality and reducing environmental impact. Offsite construction is also especially effective when employed to shorten building cycles, on repetitious or unique projects, and with teams that are prepared to embrace the challenges and opportunities associated with its delivery. Learn about recent research into the advantages of offsite construction and how this innovative building method is getting a new look from architects, developers, contractors and owners around the world.

 

2017 Agenda

 

THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER 28


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


FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER 29


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-3:00pm   Presentations

4:00pm-5:00pm   Networking Reception

5:00pm-7:00pm   Exhibitor Breakdown 



Subject to change. Check back periodically for updates.

 

 

 

 

About Event


The Offsite Construction Expo will feature exhibits from offsite construction contractors, traditional contractors that have integrated offsite methods, offsite factories, transportation companies, architects, engineers, BIM suppliers, materials suppliers, and consultants of all types of offsite construction processes. Additionally, case studies will be presented on the hour on the expo floor.

Subscribe to Mailing List »

 

Connect with us


Contact Us

944 Glenwood Station Lane, Suite 204
Charlottesville, VA 22901 USA

Phone: 434-202-8180
E-mail: info@hardimanwilliams.com
www.offsiteconstructionexpo.com