Prescient was featured in the Austin Business Journal article about the construction of The Corner, an eight-story student housing facility near the University of Texas campus. From the article: “We wanted to do everything in our power to minimize the chances of opening The Corner behind schedule, because when school starts, students need a place…
A contributed article by Prescient chairman, Satyen Patel was recently featured in the November – December 2015 issue of School Construction News. See an excerpt…
With Colorado’s population growth rate currently twice the national average, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, housing is an issue that’s here to stay. But one Colorado-based company is offering a solution. Prescient Co. Inc. developed a manufacturing system that dramatically decreases construction time, produces almost zero construction-site waste, and ultimately cuts costs. As Prescient prepares to triple its capacity in December, we break down the technology for you.
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In the Fall 2015 Issue of Colorado Construction and Design Magazine, we were featured in their “Emerging Trends in Hospitality Design” article.
When a developer approached Tampa-based CBG Building Co. with plans for a six-story off-campus dormitory to house students attending the University of South Florida, the finish date was all but impossible to meet — at least using typical construction techniques.
When thinking about waste in the construction industry, several things may come to mind: labor hours, materials, time spent correcting design errors, etc. With its 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) software and structural panelized system, Prescient has developed an integration platform to lessen these types of waste in the design and construction process. The company is making massive strides in making construction, from design to installation, better, faster, and more cost-effective.
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ICC-ES ESR-3745 Verifies that Prescient’s® Unified Truss Construction System Meets Code Requirements
The Unified Truss Construction Framing System, manufactured by Prescient®, has received an evaluation report (ESR-3745) from ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) providing evidence that the panelized, cold-rolled, light gauge framing system meets code requirements.
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Platform delivers measurable benefits for projects in Colorado, Texas and Florida
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