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As the demand for skilled labor continues to rise and our existing workforce nears retirement, the need for innovation in our industry becomes increasingly crucial. To address this challenge, off-site manufacturing has emerged as a promising solution to increase productivity while minimizing labor requirements, creating a safer and higher-quality work environment, and ensuring timely project delivery to meet the demands of our clients. However, successful implementation of off-site manufacturing requires strategic planning and careful consideration of timing.
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Billie Graham, LEED AP
Senior Project Manager | Myers & Chapman
Gregg D. Ostrow, AIA
Architect / Consultant
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