ASHE Annual Conference & Technical Exhibition Come by and see us – Booth 1615
The National Research Council says that prefabrication
Owners can change the way their projects are delivered by asking for prefabricated building systems. Prefabrication leverages the gains manufacturing has made over the years, applying them to construction. This will ultimately change how projects are delivered, with owners having the most to gain from a more efficient design-build process.
The future of design and construction is about finding efficiencies and building a faster, cheaper and better quality product. Design for manufacture and assembly (DFMA) incorporates all those elements under one roof, stated several industry experts during a recent presentation on the future of modular construction.
Located just minutes from our current location, our new production facility will increase PIVOTEK’s production capacity while maintaining PIVOTEK’s high quality manufacturing standards.
Please note our new address: 8910 LeSaint Drive,
West Chester, OH 45014
Now versus 10 years ago, many health care clients are doing a lot with the coordination of technologies between the hospital and building systems. That includes evaluating and working to minimize space requirements throughout the design process. It’s also creating an opportunity for a lot of prefabrication.
On June 19th, PIVOTEK proudly sponsored a hole at the Heritage Golf Club during the Central Ohio Chapter of A Kid Agains – Full Throttle Open. Members of the Central Ohio construction community gathered at the Club where they networked with other industry leaders and participated in the Full Throttle Open.
The ASHE Annual Conference & Technical Exhibition will be held August 6th-9th in Indianapolis, IN. Come by and see us Booth 1615
The Reengineering of the Design and Construction Industry: Getting Your Organization Ready For Change
While design and construction functions are becoming increasingly complex and require ever-more specialization, the disciplines’ segregated silos are crumbling, creating space for integrated systems thinking; new manufacturing techniques; and innovative business models, to name a few.