MOD X welcomes back Julian Bowron of Vectorminima to discuss his new invention, METALOQ. This is a light gauge steel modular solution that was invented to compete as a non-combustible and higher tolerance solution to low-rise light wood frame modular construction and a lower cost option to hot-rolled steel modular.
MOD X interviews Connect Homes, an architect led single family turn key modular company focused on high quality and affordability. Gordon Stott, Jared Levy and Greg Leung discuss their journey from bespoke design and manufacture to delivering middle market and homeless solutions through standardization and platform development.
MOD X features David Crawford, General Manager of CCG OSM, the offsite manufacturing arm of the CCG Group, a turn key construction provider in Scotland. David discusses their integrated approach to design, manufacture and build using a closed panel approach.
MOD X discusses the investment profile of offsite, modular and industrialized construction with Brian Sayre, Senior Associate at Shadow Venture Capital, a real estate venture capital firm in San Francisco. He is author of "Disrupt a Broken Industry - The Industrialized Construction Sandbox" where he outlines opportunities for new and existing players in the offsite sector.
MOD X interviews Ralph Tavares and Pedro Tavares of R&S Tavares Associates, a design, architecture, structural engineering and construction management firm in San Diego focused on modular construction.
MOD X welcomes Mita Sen, the Secretariat for the Forum on Forests, which is part of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations. Mita discusses the UN focus on global forests through 2030 including: conservation and restoration as it relates to climate change, forest economy, forest protection, external partnerships, and UN international forest partnerships.
MOD X invites Aaron Holm and Nelson Del Rio, co-founders and co-CEOs of Blokable, a vertically integrated modular company in Seattle. Blokable seeks to solve housing supply, where modular construction alone has yet to be able to deliver fully.
MOD X welcomes Matt Collins and Luke Grimsrude from Uptic Studios, a Spokane, WA based architecture and interior design firm. They discuss their recent venture to realize a prototype for net zero infill housing called Blockhouse Life.
MOD X welcomes Doug Pill, CEO and President of PrefabLogic, a technology and design consultancy supporting the offsite and modular delivery of projects and platforms.
MOD X discusses the lessons learned by Ken Lowney at Lowney Architects regarding modular design.