Offsite construction is poised for explosive growth, and Prescient is well-positioned to take advantage of the delivery method’s popularity. The BIM hardware and software technology company, which strategically decided to focus on multifamily units up to 18 stories, marries the digital and built worlds with software that captures structural and engineering details for plans that…
DENVER, Oct. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Prescient today announced that it has begun assembly on Phase II of the Colorado Christian University (CCU) Resident Hall, Prescient’s 19th building in the Denver area. Since the company’s founding here in 2012, the Prescient platform has already been utilized for eleven finished buildings, eight in-progress projects and another recently committed project, accounting for more than 2.9 million square feet of construction.
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Known by many as the startup capital of the South, Durham is the site of a blossoming entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Innovators and investors from cities like Silicon Valley, New York City, Boston and elsewhere across the country are beginning to flock to The Bull City as it evolves beyond the historic, brick factory-filled city built by tobacco
Prescient: BIM (Prescient’s Building Information Modeling (BIM) Technology Propels Construction Industry Into the Future)
In an industry traditionally hesitant to change, technological advances are rapidly altering the way buildings are constructed and reshaping the industry as a whole. While the construction industry’s record of innovation and adoption of new technologies, tools and approaches has historically lagged behind most other sectors, it is increasingly embracing technology
As the construction industry continues to innovate, digital design and construction practices are gaining in popularity. Off-site construction is gaining traction because of its cost-efficiency attributed to the reduction of project rework
Significant shifts in housing demand and macro-economic conditions are creating a major gap between supply and demand for properties in desirable locations. Increasing numbers of U.S. residents are moving closer to city centers where jobs and social experiences are greater.
Construction might not be top of mind when one thinks of sexy sectors in tech; however, that could be exactly why it’s one of the faster-growing sectors when it comes to capturing investor interest. It’s been around forever, with companies conducting many processes in the same old tired (and inefficient) ways for decades. What (multi-trillion dollar) industry could be more ripe for disruption?
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Toll Brothers Apartment Living Selects Balfour Beatty for Atlanta Mixed-use Project Leveraging Off-site Modular Construction Technology
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 15, 2018–Toll Brothers Apartment Living has contracted Balfour Beatty as construction manager for its mixed-use, multifamily Osprey project located in West Midtown Atlanta. Designed to maximize project density and accelerate schedule, Balfour Beatty is leveraging Prescient’s modular construction technology and off-site manufacturing platform to build the project’s entire tower structure.
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ATLANTA, Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – On Thursday, September 13, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms joined nearly 100 dignitaries and guests to celebrate noted developer, Kaplan Residential (Kaplan) for the groundbreaking of Generation Atlanta, the first development in Atlanta to utilize a light gauge steel panelized system called Prescient.
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KRAKÓW, Poland, Sept. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Prescient, a technology company with a revolutionary, integrated and model-centric BIM design platform with state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities, which operates a Technology Centre in Kraków, today announced that it has committed to financing the Polish History Museum’s acquisition of an Enigma Machine which will be on display when the Museum opens in 2021.
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