Overcoming Cost Barriers: Innovative Approaches to Construction with Smart Building Techniques, Volunteers, and Sweat Equity Learning Series
Welcome to “Overcoming Cost Barriers: Innovative Approaches to Construction with Smart Building Techniques, Volunteers, and Sweat Equity Learning Series,” designed to equip housing development professionals from rural nonprofits and local units of government with the knowledge and tools to address the challenges of rising costs, labor shortages, and evolving building techniques. Throughout this five-webinar series, you will learn from industry leaders and field practitioners about best practices and recent trends for managing costs through strategies such as fostering skilled labor in your community and implementing alternative construction techniques. By attending all five webinars, you will receive a HAC Certificate of Completion, demonstrating your dedication to continuous improvement and industry excellence. Join us on this journey towards building a more cost-effective, sustainable, and resilient future in the construction sector.
- Fostering Skilled Labor in Your Community – March 22, 2023 | 2:00 pm
- Benefits of Using Pre-Assembled Building Components – April 26, 2023 | 2:00 pm
- Emerging Construction Techniques – Coming Soon
- Implementing Change in Your Organization/Adopting Alternative Construction Techniques – – June 7, 2023 | 2:00
- Modular and Manufactured Housing – June 28, 2023 | 2:00 pm
Benefits of Using Building Components
In today’s construction industry, professionals face increasing challenges due to the rising costs of skilled labor and a growing skilled labor shortage. The “Benefits of Using Pre-Assembled Building Components” webinar aims to provide a practical solution to these challenges, demonstrating the advantages of incorporating pre-assembled components into your construction projects.
Throughout this insightful webinar, you will learn about the benefits of pre-assembled building components, which can help you streamline construction processes, save time and money, and optimize the use of available labor resources. By relying on pre-assembled components, your projects can benefit from a reduction in onsite labor requirements, enhanced quality control, and increased consistency across different builds.
Additional information will be coming soon.
This initiative is funded through generous support from US Department of Housing and Urban Development – Rural Capacity Building Program.