In a recent survey conducted by the National Institute for Building Science’s Offsite Construction Council, 93 percent of respondents in the architect, engineer, Contractor, & owner fields indicated that they had implemented some form of off-site construction process in the past 12 months. These processes ranged from precast concrete, wall panels, MEP systems, bathroom pods, and permanent modular building construction.
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Modular Sure Site is a consulting firm in Denver, Colorado that assists with offsite commercial and land development projects. We believe in starting the project with an experienced team from the pre-planning with a modular | volumetric architect, structural engineer, civil engineer, MEP engineer, and general contractor, along with coordinating the set and crane service. MSS is a full-service construction team that supports OffSiteDirt.com in expanding the conversation of this growing industry of building change. Thank you, Advancing Prefabrication and Hanson Wade, for one of the industry's most important events of all year.
Andrea Metcalf is an experienced journalist and media professional with more than three decades of communication, television production and social media. She brings editorial and digital background experience and is a licensed real estate agent who understands B2B and B2C needs.
Audree M Grubesic is the owner of Modular Sure Site, an Off-Site Construction Company. She has first-hand experience of construction and project management on site of their projects. Over the past 20+ years, she has excelled in marketing, sales, new business development, and homebuilding.
Scott Hicken is the Marketing Director of Mountain View Window & Door and the Executive Producer of the Art of Construction podcast, based in Denver, Colorado. Scott is a graduate of CU Boulder’s College of Media, Communication and Information and has spent his life as a multimedia creative in various industries before making the AEC industry his permanent home.
Offsite Dirt is a media and event company that showcases all the current news, techniques, technology, influencers, and conversations in offsite construction. This form of construction encompasses volumetric, modular, prefab, panelization, and single and/or multi-trade assemblies.
Offsite Dirt has a two-pronged mission: to inform the construction industry and the general public on the intricacies of what’s currently happening in the fast-growing offsite construction field, and to provide a meeting place for offsite construction professionals where information, opinions and resources can be freely exchanged.
While we will frequently highlight specific players in this industry, Offsite Dirt encourages the discussion and exploration of all offsite construction companies, products and techniques in general. We are committed to finding the best way forward for our industry, and the world, as a whole.
The adoption of offsite construction in projects requires a complete overhaul of the business models and structures of much of the traditional construction industry. Old job types and firms will die out completely, while new ones will form and flourish.
This is a pivotal moment in the history of the construction industry, where what happens in the next 5-10 years will set the stage for the rest of its future. Many recognize the unique potential this situation holds and are rushing to create the products, systems, and companies that will win and become the new standard “way things are done.”
The sudden influx of people and companies attempting to “prove themselves” in this space is the perfect prerequisite for the launch of a media and event platform. People are hungry to get the word out on what they do and how they do it, and to learn about other potential collaborators and/or competition.
Offsite Dirt will be the place where that happens.