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Learn from NAHB's Upcoming Off-Site Construction Week

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Learn from NAHB's Upcoming Off-Site Construction Week

September 9, 2021
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For builders interested in learning more about off-site construction, look no further than the National Association of Home Builders’ Offsite Construction Week. From September 20 through 22, builders can attend six webinars on various topics hosted by industry members. Webinars will cover various types of building systems, how to use them for different projects, and an overview of the off-site construction industry.

“Whether it’s manufacturing with precision-cut lumber alternatives more efficiently in a factory setting or lumber alternatives like structural insulated panels [SIPs], prefabricated concrete walls or log home packages, systems-built construction can help home builders mitigate supply shortages,” stated Brian J. Sielaff, P.E., P.Eng, 2021 Building Systems Councils chairman and CEO of Tamarack Grove Engineering, a structural engineering firm in Bosie, Idaho.

Offsite Construction Week provides builders with an opportunity to learn more about the offsite construction industry, including the various types of building systems available, and how they can be utilized for different projects.

Dave Cooper will serve as the moderator for this year’s webinar series, featuring experts from across the industry:

Monday, Sept. 20
2–3 p.m. ET
Webinar: Log Home Production & Construction Report
Presented by Peter Miller and Donna Peak of Active Interest Media (AIM)

3:05–3:45 p.m. ET
Shop Talk: Modular Construction for Log Homes
Presented by Ken Semler of Impresa Modular and Doug Terrell of Blue Ridge Log Cabins

Tuesday, Sept. 21
2–3 p.m. ET
Webinar: Special Report: Offsite Construction Housing Forecast
Presented by NAHB AVP for Forecasting and Analysis Danushka Nanayakkara-Skillington

3:05–3:45 p.m. ET
Shop Talk: The Future of Offsite Construction

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