Unlocking the Future of Construction Decision-Making: Introducing The Offsite Guide Software Workshop

21 March | 09:30 – 11:30 | Virtual workshop

We’re thrilled to invite you to an exclusive workshop where we’ll be introducing a groundbreaking tool set to transform decision-making in the construction industry. The software promises to simplify the complex decision-making process, particularly for those new to Modern Methods of Construction (MMC).

What is The Offsite Guide Software? 

Imagine having a user-friendly tool at your fingertips, empowering architects, designers, manufacturers, developers, and planning departments to navigate the intricate landscape of MMC options effortlessly. The software aims to streamline research on MMC options, making it quicker and easier to determine their suitability. It enables effective communication of MMC benefits to clients and assists in navigating the diverse landscape of MMC categories and manufacturers during procurement. 

Why Attend? 

This workshop is specifically designed for professionals from the architecture, design, property development, and local authority planning departments seeking to enhance their decision-making process in construction projects. By participating, you’ll have the opportunity to: 

  • Influence the tool’s development to better suit your needs.
  • Network with industry peers and experts.
  • Make a tangible impact on the future of construction.
  • Event Agenda Highlights:
  • Introduction to the Offsite Guide Tool and Its Purpose
  • In-depth Presentation of the Offsite Guide Tool Features and Process
  • Facilitated Group Discussion on Tool Applicability and Improvements
  • Feedback and Recommendations Session
  • Post-Workshop: Industry Impact Report Summary Creation

 How to Participate: 

To ensure active engagement, participants should reserve your spot now. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to shape the future of construction decision-making. Let’s #CollaborateForImpact!

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