Gerry McCaughey will speak at PCBC 2017, which takes place in San Diego, California, June 28 and 29. PCBC is the largest homebuilding tradeshow representing the West Coast region. McCaughey will discuss fully-integrated off-site solutions (FIOSS) during the Thursday, June 29 session “Innovate or Die: The Disruption of Home Building.” For more information about PCBC, visit pcbc.com.
A Solution to the Labor Shortage Facing Home Builders
Gerry McCaughey discusses how fully integrated off-site solutions (FIOSS) reduce reliance on on-site labor for home builders in an article published on LinkedIn. Read the article, “How to Solve Construction Labor Issue” .
McCaughey to Present Two Sessions at the 2017 Housing Leadership Summit
Gerry McCaughey will outline how U.S. builders can transition to off-site construction during two sessions as the 2017 Housing Leadership Summit, to be held May 8 to 10 in Dana Point, California. He will be presenting during the sessions “The Tech: Elephant in the Room” and “Model Makeover: From On-Site Building to Off-Site.” For more information on this conference, visit housingleadershipsummit.com.
McCaughey Addresses the Reluctance to Change in the Construction Industry
To address the slow adoption of modern methods of construction in the United States, as well as its ramifications, Gerry McCaughey penned the article “The Most Dangerous Words in the English Language.” Read article
McCaughey to Speak at the 2017 Housing Innovation Summit
Gerry McCaughey will be a speaker at the 2017 Housing Innovation Summit in Denver, April 25 and 26. He is a panelist for the session “The Elephant in the Room: Housing’s New Off-Site Reality.” For more information about this conference, visit housinginnovationalliance.com.
McCaughey Examines Why Off-Site Construction Hasn’t Been Adopted in the US
Despite compelling arguments for off-site construction, Gerry McCaughey explores why these technological advancements have not been widely used in the United States in an article published on LinkedIn. View the article –“If It’s So Good Why are They All Not Using It?”
As California Prepares for Zero Net Energy Standards in 2020, McCaughey Describes How Europeans Have Built Greener Homes for Nearly Two Decades
As new energy-efficiency standards face California home builders in 2020, Entekra CEO Gerry McCaughey, who oversaw the construction of one of the world’s first net-zero energy homes, details how Europeans have been building more sustainable homes with fully-integrated off-site solutions since the 1990s. McCaughey’s article, “How Europeans Build Greener Homes with Off-Site Construction and Manufacturing,” can be viewed here.
McCaughey to Participate in 2011 Clinton Global Initiative America Conference
Gerry McCaughey will address sustainable building and waste-to-energy solutions, as well as the role of government in encouraging adoption of green technologies, at the Clinton Global Initiative America Conference June 29 and 30 in Chicago.
CHICAGO – Gerry McCaughey, CEO of the El Segundo-based green consulting firm Infineco LLC, will participate in the upcoming Clinton Global Initiative America Conference June 29 and 30 in Chicago.
McCaughey, a pioneer in Europe’s sustainability movement, who oversaw the development of one of the first net-zero energy residential structures, will share insights as a panelist in two of the Conference’s working groups – High-Performance and Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure Growth: Leveraging Technological and Regional Assets.
He was invited to take part in the conference as a result of his recent work on behalf of MaxWest Environmental Systems. MaxWest is currently involved with the commercialization of an innovative waste-to-energy technology for wastewater processing, and McCaughey, who also serves as Chairman of MaxWest, spearheaded a recent effort that raised $32.5 million in third-round funding from an international investor.
The focus of this year’s CGI America is economic recovery and job growth. For more information on the conference, visit www.cgiamerica.org.
McCaughey Describes How Sustainable Building Is Profitable
Gerry McCaughey was interviewed by Automated Builder for the article “Profiting from the Greening of the Built Environment,” published in the June 2010 issue. In the article, he explains how technological advancements enabled his former company, Century Homes of Ireland, to build sustainably and profitably. Read article
McCaughey Details the Construction of One of the World’s First Zero-Carbon Houses
Gerry McCaughey was interviewed on the development of “Lighthouse,” one of the world’s first zero-carbon houses, in the April 2010 issue of Automated Builder. McCaughey spearheaded the design, engineering and construction of Lighthouse when he was CEO of Century Homes, Europe’s largest manufacturers of off-site built structures for residential and commercial projects. Read article.