Manufacton & WoHo Partnership

Interested in hearing about Manufacton‘s newest partnership with WoHo Systems, Inc.? WoHo is tackling the global housing crisis and leveraging Manufacton as the execution platform. Click the link below to read about the partnership, as well as comments from Manufacton’s CEO and Founder Raghi Iyengar and WoHo COO Allen Marcum. Huge thank you to Israel Ruiz, Borja… Read More »

FMI Webinar

The Imperative of Prefabrication in a COVID-19 World : Hear from TG Gallagher‘s CEO, Brian Potter, FMI‘s Technology practice leader, Jay Snyder, and Manufacton‘s CRO, Bob Willis as they discuss how prefabrication in construction is maturing and how contractors are maximizing the opportunity to adjust their business model with offsite construction to mitigate and succeed in today’s… Read More »

February Events: Prefabrication, Construction and Technology

It’s shaping up to be a busy time of year for us.  If you’ve ever seen Manufacton as a trade show or conference, you know how passionate we are about offsite construction, prefab, manufacturing, and using technology to bring all of that together. It’s all about creating visibility and insight… Read More »

WHITEPAPER:  MANUFACTURED + CONSTRUCTION PREFABRICATION — EVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION IN THE BUILDING INDUSTRY

Today, the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry is on the edge of a tremendous shift — beginning to learn and benefit from the newly nimble manufacturing trends of what is being identified as the Third Industrial Revolution, and further fueled by a culture of innovation and expectation that technology… Read More »

Blog Article: Planning for Prefabrication

Prefabrication can be a complex, interconnected web spanning across many stakeholders, companies, and locations on any giving project. Each prefabricated item’s potential dependency on material, sequence, or a host of other variables make executing a prefab plan critical to effectively delivering and maximizing the benefits of prefabrication. In a perfect… Read More »