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Multi-Family Housing Markets, Trends and Innovations

Multi-family housing development is undergoing a period of significant change. Rising land and construction costs have created the need for higher-level amenities and site optimization, while labor market volatility is adding urgency to technology advancements. Meanwhile, the need to reduce embodied carbon and energy consumption associated with new multi-family buildings continues to grow—driven by evolving…

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Keynote: Industrialized Construction and Lean Manufacturing – Where the Ecosystem Needs to Be

Amy Marks, Autodesk Get the 101 lesson on lean manufacturing from Amy – otherwise known as the “Queen of Prefab” – along with the basics of industrialized construction including the design for manufacturing and assembly (DfMA) and prefabrication. Amy will also cover how to align lean tools with prefabrication enablers to drive optimization of prefabrication…

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Meeting and Exceeding Code with Wood & Mass Timber: Applications and Interpretations

Wood-frame and mass timber projects, like all construction in the U.S., have long been hindered by a strong reliance on prescriptive building code limits and less willingness to use or accept performance-based fire protection engineering. However, over the past few years, a shift has occurred. First and most significantly, the International Building Code (IBC) has…

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Building Tours–Day 2

One De Haro – San Francisco, CA Four stories, 138,000 square feet First CLT project in San Francisco and the first multi-story mass timber building in the state Panelists: Perkins & Will, DCI Engineers, SKS Partners, Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Railyard Flats, Sioux Falls, SD Four-story, 62,000-square-foot multi-family building with attached two-story office Hybrid of DLT…

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