Summit Will Explore Top Trends in Offsite Construction

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Current NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde speaking at the 2016 Building Systems Housing Summit

The 2019 Building Systems Housing Summit, Oct. 6-8 in Pittsburgh, offers a unique opportunity to learn more about offsite construction and network with key players in the field. At this year’s event, top industry leaders will share their knowledge during keynote speeches and panels, including remarks from NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde and Third Vice Chairman Jerry Konter.

Attendees will also hear from industry experts throughout the summit at in-depth education sessions, including several focused on key data and building systems housing trends:

  • Special Report: Offsite Construction & Housing Forecast (Oct. 7, 9:45-10:45 a.m.) — NAHB’s economics team regularly produces in-depth analyses of the home building industry from private and government data. During this presentation, NAHB Assistant Vice President of Forecasting & Analysis Danushka Nanayakkara will present information about the general home building market, as well as specific and targeted data regarding offsite residential construction.
  • The When & Where Offsite Construction Technologies Will Emerge (Oct. 8, 8:15-8:45 a.m.) — Home Innovation Research Labs (HIRL), an independent subsidiary of NAHB, recently surveyed 300 U.S. home builders about their plans to adopt a wide variety of building systems. Learn from HIRL Director of Market Research Ed Hudson about how builders across the country are planning to implement systems-built technologies, including data broken down by region, building type and manufacturing method.
  • 2019 Log Home Production & Construction Report (Oct. 8, 9-10 a.m.) — Interested in learning the most up-to-date statistics on log home starts, consumer preferences, production by geographic region and services provided by manufacturers? Active Interest Media — in conjunction with the Log and Timber Home Living Institute, Timber Framers Guild and the Log and Timber Homes Council — has compiled the biennial Log and Timber Home Production and Construction Report, the industry’s most comprehensive tracking study.

Don’t miss out on the premier conference for offsite construction. Sign up today — registration closes Sept. 30.

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