The Rise of Modular Construction in the US
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The use of modular construction throughout the United States continues to intrigue developers and designers. As more project teams consider modular systems, it is essential to understand how these buildings differ from traditional construction methods. Modular units are constructed in quality-controlled settings, an advantage that allows for greater efficiency, including faster jobsite construction time with less skilled labor on-site.
This webinar will look at the financial considerations for modular construction, including the impact of construction speed on cost. We will also explore design considerations unique to modular buildings – specifically, considerations related to detailing of the building enclosure to mitigate the effects of moisture.
- November 8, 2023 | 1:00pm-2:00pm EDT
- Attendees can Earn 1.0 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 1.0 PDH credit or 0.1 ICC credit
Dean Dovolis, Principal, CEO, Founder | DJR Architecture
Dean worked with several firms in the Twin Cities and Boston before founding DJR Architecture in 1985. His vast range of experience brings a diversity of projects and designs to DJR including urban design and master planning, residential planning, commercial and retail design, and public project initiatives. Dean has worked extensively with public agencies, non-profit neighborhood groups, and private developers. His expertise in quickly recognizing significant planning opportunities and helping clients to effectively focus their energy has proven invaluable.
Denali Jones, Associate, Senior Project Manager | RDH Building Sciences
Denali’s work at RDH is focused on new construction projects, working closely with design and construction teams to help identify key performance issues early and provide practical solutions to building enclosure challenges. His work spans virtually all building types, including high-rise offices, hospitals, light-frame apartments, single-family homes, and modular hotels. Denali also leads RDH’s air barrier testing services and regularly conducts qualitative and quantitative testing to assess the performance of installed enclosure assemblies. He is regarded as an industry expert in air barrier testing, leading training seminars throughout North America and consulting with code officials about testing and standards.