Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Developer Aims To Have 35 Modular Housing Factories

A California Modular Factory developer has been preparing to open 35 modular factories across the US in the next few years and holding investment webinars for more than a year. He is only asking people to put up a modest $150,000 to $200,000 personal investment.

The webinars keep being scheduled and the longest preamble between looking for investment money and the actual opening of the first of 35 S2A modular factories seems to be where the developer is at this time.

Related Article from 2019: Interview with S2A’s Founder, Brian Kuzdas

This article from Forbes tries to explain 
what the company is planning:

Building fast is a huge benefit in today’s housing environment. All builders are looking for that competitive edge, and this builder is not only building fast but also is delivering net positive homes.

After more than thirty years as a general contractor in the construction industry, John Rowland decided it was time for positive change. He became president and co-founder of S2A Modular, a California-based modular building company, with the goal of making a big impact on the archaic world of construction by making it faster, less expensive and more environmentally friendly.

In 2015 and 2016, he built two prototype homes, which was exactly what he needed to understand he wasn’t going to accomplish what he needed to without doing it in a factory.

After committing to factory construction, Rowland has spent just three years creating very ambitious expansion plans.

CLICK HERE to read the entire Forbes article

Related Article from 2019: When is Modular Home Factory NOT a Modular Home Factory?

Gary Fleisher is the Managing Director and contributor to the Modcoach Network and its affiliated blogs. 

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