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Join Us at IBS 2020 for a Presentation From Ken Semler on Adaptive Housing

IBS 2020: Modular Construction for 55 Plus Housing
Get a complete breakdown, from conception to finished product, on how modular construction can meet the needs of your clients seeking adaptive-style housing.

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How Modular Construction Can Meet Your Adaptive Housing Needs
When? Thursday, January 23, 11:30am – 12:00pm
Where? LVCC – BSC Hospitality Lounge – North 242

The Silver Tsunami is coming. Every 8 seconds someone turns 65 years old, and by the year 2050, the 85+ age group will outnumber those who are between 65 – 84 years old. While the older population is rising, so is the popularity of modular construction. During this session, hear from two Certified Aging in Place Specialists (CAPS) about the financial opportunities available to builders who adopt modular construction for the 55+ market. Get a complete breakdown, from conception to finished product, on how modular construction can meet the needs of your clients seeking adaptive-style housing.

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