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Ken Semler to Speak on 55+ Housing at IBS 2020

IBS 2020: Modular Construction for 55 Plus Housing
Hear from Ken Semler about the benefits modular can offer your next 55+ project, including onsite labor reductions, shorter construction timelines and reduced dependency on subcontractors.

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Modular Construction for Your Next 55+ Housing Project
When? Tuesday, Jan. 21, 8:00 – 8:30am
Where? LVCC – 55+ Housing Central – North 261

Constructed in an off-site controlled manufacturing facility, and assembled together at the final building site, modular construction is a growing trend in the home building industry. In fact, according to a recent study by the Home Innovation Research Labs, 15% of all regional and national builders plan on using modular construction in the next five years. An advantageous construction method for accessory dwelling units, multifamily projects and single family homes, modular has many applications for the 55+ market. Hear from Ken Semler, Founder and CEO of Impresa Modular, about the benefits modular can offer your next 55+ project, including onsite labor reductions, shorter construction timelines and reduced dependency on subcontractors.

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