Tag: modular construction
The only thing one can say for certain about the post-pandemic construction landscape is that it will be forever changed. Construction owners and managers who move quickly to adapt will find opportunities for growth. May saw the largest increase in new construction jobs in recorded history, showing that the industry is back in business for… Read more »
Robots can now complete every aspect of home construction with very little human input. The results of offsite construction are faster, more accurate and produce less waste.
While offsite construction has steadily gained popularity in recent years as a construction disruptor, the COVD-19 pandemic has highlighted just how effective this technique is in overcoming the constraints of traditional construction.
Baywood Hotels has ventured into the cutting-edge construction world with its first modular hotel. This building technique takes construction offsite and into a factory where rooms are built in their entirety and only have to be assembled online. The Maryland-based Baywood hotel introduced the Hilton Garden Inn San Jose in Fremont, California by holding a… Read more »
In the hotel industry, time is money and large chains can’t afford to have construction projects go over schedule and over budget. For this reason, hotel chains are turning to offsite modular building techniques so new venues are able to start serving guests and generating income faster.
Cement releases an astounding amount of pollution, contributing 7% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions.
The New York city skyline is about to undergo a major change as the Marriot Hotel chain undertakes a new project to construct the tallest modular hotel in the world. This $65 million project will be open in late 2020.
A lack of innovation and skilled labor means construction is in for a major reckoning and disruption in the future.