The US Architectural Products team will be Tucson, Arizona from March 17-20 for the 34th World of Modular.
USAP will be on Booth 205 throughout the event to demonstrate the latest intelligent building materials for modular solutions and prefabricated assemblies.
CEO Simon MacDonald said: “A lot of our work is done with modular builders operating at the cutting edge of modern construction, and a lot of significant modular projects over the last 12 months have featured our products.
“Of these, the highest profile has probably been the largest prefabricated structural building in the world, 461 Dean in Brooklyn, which incorporated Versaroc decking.
“As well as being significantly faster and lighter than the poured concrete equivalent, our intelligent structural board technology delivers the outstanding fire resistance or non-combustibility, load bearing, durability and environmental impacts which are essential to today’s modular builders.
“And, just as importantly for just-in-time modular production processes, we have made sure reliability sits at the heart of our business model, embracing everything from product consistency and performance to our logistics services.”
World of Modular 2017
World of Modular is the largest and longest running event in the modular industry calendar, providing thousands of modular professionals with a place to network, exchange ideas, learn from experts, discuss issues, display new products and receive well-deserved recognition.
This year’s event will see debates on hot topics like best practices, lean construction, the integration of modular and site built, passive house, LEED, net zero and more.
Simon added: “World of Modular is always one of the key events in our year, perhaps this year even more than ever.
“Interest in prefab and modular is at an all-time high, in markets as diverse as education, multifamily, hospitality, healthcare, government and more.
“And we’ve got plenty of innovative new solutions for 2017 to share with the sector, such as a new 1 hour UL listed assembly for CemDeck which has been updated with the latest site-relevant materials.”