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Owners Are Reluctant to Use Prefab and Modular Options, Study Says

Published in Engineering News-Record
Written by Jim Parsons

As prefabrication, modularization and other off-site construction techniques gain favor among contractors, a new study suggests that a substantial percentage of owners appear reluctant to adopt—or even explore—these methods for their own projects. And that could well pose an obstacle for builders trying to use these techniques to improve productivity and bridge the shortfall in skilled craft labor. Read more

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New Day, New Mindset – Rethinking Offsite Construction

Published by FMI – 2018 FMI/CURT/CII Owner Survey

These examples articulate a growing understanding of offsite construction’s benefits, and not just in one particular market or geography and/or complementary to specific building codes. The international adoption of offsite construction will not only continue to gain momentum, but also is already starting to be standard consideration for worldwide design and construction projects.

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Roeslein’s Involvement in the CURT Offsite Construction Committee

Roeslein & Associates, Inc. attended the quarterly meeting and summit in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 10th-12th. This event allowed Roeslein Business Development Managers, Pete McCall and Rob Ellwood-Digel to interact with key decision makers from the industry. Since joining the Construction Users Roundtable (CURT), Roeslein has become active in several committees that are led by owners who are passionate about bringing meaningful change and improvements to their industries.
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