Co-Founder Curtis Fletcher was recently interviewed by StrXur by Bluebeam and shared how Prefab Logic views volumetric modular as a solution to the challenges facing traditional construction methods. Read the Interview Here:
Category: Media Mention
Bay Area developers are turning to volumetric modular construction to address soaring labor costs and lengthened project approval times. Two hotel projects in California that would otherwise be delayed due to labor shortages, local inspections, and cramped job sites are currently in the works because they chose modular construction. Prefab Logic assisted in making Marriott’s Fairfield Inn & Suites project… Read more »
ConstructechTV digs into some of the challenges and opportunities of offsite construction and what will happen next if we embrace this building method head on. Curtis Fletcher, cofounder and CEO of Prefab Logic, joins Constructech to talk about the market drivers for the modular construction sector, the trends on the horizon, and how Prefab Logic sees best practices developing for… Read more »
The Idaho Business Review once again highlighted the talented team at Prefab Logic with a business profile on our CEO Curtis Fletcher. He shared his outlook on the modular industry, as well as the exciting launch Prefab Logic’s modular factory division. Here’s a brief excerpt: “Curtis Fletcher is president and CEO of Prefab Logic, a Boise company that coordinates modular… Read more »
As the construction industry continues to face labor shortages, more and more people are moving to take advantage of the benefits modular construction offers. Prefab Logic is proud to be leading this construction revolution from right here in Boise, Idaho. This week, we were excited to be featured as a modular construction pioneer in our local business journal, the Idaho… Read more »
We are pleased to have worked with Factory_OS to design their factory of the future, which is now beginning production on modular projects taking on Bay Area housing shortages. Read more in this article from the San Francisco Chronicle.