MC-101: Modular Construction

When:  Oct 3, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Chicago

MC-101: Modular Construction


Modular construction has received much press recently. The Modular Building Institute claims modular construction is Greener, Faster and Smarter than comparable site-built construction. The factory-controlled lean manufacturing process generates less waste, creates fewer site disturbances, allows for tighter construction and completion in half the time. In this program, participants will learn the “nuts-and-bolts” about modular construction through the presentation of a case study for a new 25 story, 168 key hotel in mid-town Manhattan. 

Presented by:
John Robertson,  Senior Technical Architect,  EPSTEIN
David Scott,  Director of Hospitality, EPSTEIN

Continuing Education: 1.0 AIA/CES LU

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will learn how modular construction is integrated into a highrise hotel project and how it impacts construction and detailing.
  2. Participants will learn the impacts of modular construction on the production of construction documents and permitting.
  3. Participants will learn about exterior wall testing for modular façade elements.  A brief discussion of the European Dynamic Water Penetration standard will be discussed.
  4. Participants will review the process of manufacturing a modular hotel room.

Registration: Required by Friday, September 27.  Limited seating available on a first come basis. Complimentary to members and non-members.

In order to keep this event free to attend, lunch will not be provided.  Attendees are welcome to bring their own to have during this event. 


About Our Presenters:
John Robertson,  Senior Technical Architect, EPSTEIN
David Scott Director of Hospitality,  EPSTEIN



Project image courtesy of Epstein.


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CSI Chicago is a AIA CES Registered Provider (Provider Number S000).
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Location

Epstein
600 W Fulton St., 9th Floor
Chicago, IL 60661

Contact

CSI Chicago Chapter
773-466-4147
info@csichicago.org