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Ivory Coast Seeking Builders

Filed in Global Housing, Membership by on July 13, 2017 0 Comments
Ivory Coast Seeking Builders

With more than 20 million citizens, the Ivory Coast is open to new forms of construction that could help accelerate the home building process and alleviate the West African republic’s housing shortage.

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How Increased Regulations Could Impact Modular Construction

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Education, Events by on April 25, 2017 0 Comments
How Increased Regulations Could Impact Modular Construction

Labor shortages and scheduling challenges continue to leave many home builders searching for solutions. Those who want to save time and money could benefit from learning about systems building techniques. An upcoming webcast hosted by NAHB’s Building Systems Councils will examine the effects of the escalating amount of regulatory fees.

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Building Systems Councils Introduces “The Lounge” at IBS 2017

Building Systems Councils Introduces “The Lounge” at IBS 2017

The Building Systems Councils Lounge, a new hot spot at the 2017 International Builders’ Show focused on all things building systems, will host more than a dozen events, including a wide variety of instructive, education sessions and a few networking opportunities. Stop by Tuesday through Thursday (Jan. 10-12) for catered breakfast and lunch, and a wide range of formal […]

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55+ Housing Industry Council Expands Presence at IBS

Filed in 55+ Housing, International Builders' Show by on November 24, 2016 2 Comments
55+ Housing Industry Council Expands Presence at IBS

In addition to the 55+ Housing Industry Council’s strong slate of educational sessions in the 55+ Housing Central, the 2017 International Builders’ Show (IBS) includes at least three additional ways to learn the ins and outs of building homes and communities that 55+ buyers find attractive.

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Building Systems Housing Summit Breaks New Ground

Building Systems Housing Summit Breaks New Ground

Systems-built housing builders, manufacturers and suppliers discuss the future of the industry.

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Making a Case for Systems-Built Housing

Filed in Councils & Committees, Events by on September 11, 2016 5 Comments
Making a Case for Systems-Built Housing

Many manufacturers are starving for builders, according to Dan Mitchell, a third-generation home builder and a strong advocate for systems-built construction. Typically with long lists of clients and not enough builders, these manufacturers are eager to find quality builders in all specialties.

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Building Systems Week Kicks Off Today

Building Systems Week Kicks Off Today

Starting today through Aug. 5, NAHB and members of the Building Systems Councils are taking additional steps through networking and education opportunities to inform builders, remodelers and consumers about the advantages of systems-built homes.

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Early Bird Registration for Building Systems Housing Summit Ends Thursday

Early Bird Registration for Building Systems Housing Summit Ends Thursday

If you haven’t already registered for the Building Systems Housing Summit, there’s no better time than the present: Early bird registration ends Thursday. The summit, which will take place Sept. 22-23 in Asheville, N.C., is the only national conference dedicated to the entire systems-built housing industry. It is your opportunity to learn from and network […]

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Upcoming Housing Summit to Highlight Building Systems

In September, the NAHB Building Systems Council (BSC) will host the very first Building Systems Housing Summit — focused on all segments of the building systems industry: panelized, modular, log, timber and concrete construction.

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New Study Compares Home Building Techniques

New Study Compares Home Building Techniques

The Structural Building Components Association (SBCA) recently announced the results of its 2015 Framing the American Dream (FAD) study. What the researchers found may come as a surprise.

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