The Next Da Vinci Offsite Construction Roundtable Coming in October

Starting October 12th, the next Offsite Construction Roundtable, hosted by Daniel Small and Gary Fleisher, titled “Offsite Process Optimization” will offer you a chance to openly discuss with your peers best practices in maximizing your factory’s efficiency, throughput and profitability.

These three one-hour video conference sessions will allow you to learn what others are doing to make the most of their factory’s production cycle. Those others are your peers in the industry, not simply a consultant or a vendor.

Daniel and I will be your hosts, but the purpose of this and future Offsite Construction Roundtables is to allow you to learn from each other to strengthen our industry to meet tomorrow’s challenges. Many times, you’ve probably sat in your office and asked, “what are others doing about this situation?” This is how you find out!

Join us and your peers on October 12th, 19th, and 26th for each one-hour session. All for only $395  and you don’t even have to leave your office. Attendance is limited to two people from each participating company and each Roundtable will be small enough to allow tons of interaction.

Be prepared to hit the ground running as Daniel and I won’t let you just sit there and vegetate in your chair. Each Roundtable is designed for the offsite professional who wants to learn and lift the industry by sharing.

This will be the format for all future Roundtables. Please consider joining the “Offsite Process Optimization” Roundtable today, as seating is very limited!

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Gary Fleisher

Gary Fleisher, “The Mod Coach”, has been entrenched in the offsite construction industry for most of his life. Having started his career in the lumber industry, Gary spent decades working with manufactured and modular home producers and homebuilders. For the past 15 years his blog and LinkedIn postings have introduced thousands to the benefits of factory-built construction and have served as a forum for industry professionals to share insights and perspectives. Gary lives in Hagerstown, MD with his wife, Peg.

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