Engineered for Success: The Value of Building Systems


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Las Vegas Convention Center, North 264

Format: Building Knowledge Session
Level of Content: Intermediate
Track: Building Techniques, Systems & Materials
Continuing Education: NAHB - 1.00 CE hour(s), NKBA - 0.1 CEU(s)
Appropriate for: Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners, Systems Built Home Manufacturers & Builders , Single Family - All

Jason Blenker, Blenker Building Systems, Amherst, WI
Kirk Grundahl, Structural Building Components Association, Madison, WI

What It’s About:
A jobsite can be fraught with logistical challenges. But, when builders and engineering professionals take a more holistic construction approach, such as the use of building systems, these challenges can be significantly reduced or even eliminated. This session will not only explore how applying building systems to your projects can solve common issues such as scheduling delays and material and labor shortages, but improve onsite efficiency and quality control, resulting in fewer callbacks.

What You'll Learn:
Learn how to improve any project's efficiency with building systems.
Discuss how standard details can simplify the framing process.
Review component solutions in a tight framing labor market.
Find out how the right building system package protects everyone on the jobsite.

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