* Pre-fabricate everything
* Assemble onsite using non-union labor
* Move away from "Cost-Plus" pricing structures
Construction has Razor Thin Margins for a number of reasons, not the least of them being the incentives associated with Cost-Plus bidding. Non-Union labor and Pre-fab would literally upend the industry.
The problem, as with most mature industries, is policy-based and not technical in nature.
Construction is as ripe for Innovation as Medicine, and an equally difficult water to navigate.
One-story modular houses in trailer parks have a stigma, perhaps for a reason. Can you think of any other type of modular construction that has a PR problem?