Ramtech’s President Linc Moss and Vice President of Design Roland Brown will both be presenting at the Modular Building Institute’s (MBI) 2016 World of Modular annual convention and trade show being held March 17-20 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego, California.
As part of a five person panel they will be discussing the best practices on implementation strategies and guidelines for getting the most out of offsite construction. The two-part series will first examine pre-construction with a holistic view of the permanent modular construction industry as it exists today followed by an examination of some of the strategies and best practices required for launching a successful project.
Topics will include modular design development and integration, ideal project delivery methods and contracts, as well as assigning roles as possibilities, and scope of work delineation at both the pre-bid and preconstruction phases. Part two of the presentation will focus on project execution by looking into the means and methods as well as the stakeholder scopes of work needed to execute strategies throughout the offsite and on-site building process. This includes final drawing submittals and approval, the zoning and permitting process, scheduling issues, building fabrication, site development and module setting, and finish out and commissioning of the project. Joining Linc and Roland will be Laurie Robert and John Erb of NRB, Inc., and Charlie Walden of Silver Creek Industries.