Join us for the Clark Pacific Off-Site Construction Forum

Higher education campuses are under pressure to build more projects faster that meet the budget and schedule. Prefabrication offers a more efficient way to deliver buildings on time and under budget. Yet, the transition to a prefabricated building strategy is challenging because it requires a different approach to delivering a building vs. traditional construction methods.


We have brought together a few of the brightest minds in the AEC industry on how projects can be delivered using a prefabricated building strategy.


This half day seminar will explore best practices in  implementing a prefabricated building strategy – one that you can take back to your campus and use for you next project.


You will have a unique opportunity to tour our plant and see the how prefabricated building systems are manufactured.


During the tour, you will see the panels for the new Stanford student housing project in production. Following the Forum there is an optional tour of the new CSUS Parking Structure V to see panels being installed that were manufactured at the plant.

 Realize Better Outcomes for Your Campus

November 2, 2017
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Clark Pacific Plant
Woodland, CA
  • 8 am- 9 am Registration
  • Bruce Cousins AIA, SWORD Integrated Building Solutions
  • Plant Tour
  • Lunch
  • Evan Reis, Director of United States Resiliency Council
  • Case Study Presentation
  • 2:00 -  Adjourn
  • **2:15 - 4:00 Optional Tour of the Sacramento State Parking Garage V. Transportation will be available.
Who should attend: Construction, real estate and procurement professionals from higher education institutions. Also, designers or general contractors with a focus on higher education projects.
Meet the Speakers
Bruce Cousins AIA
Lean Sensei, SWORD Integrated Building Solutions
"The Business Case for Lean - An Owner’s View”
Bruce's presentation will focus on value creation, waste reduction and innovation as a result of the early engagement of designers and manufactures. As well as prefabrication as way to change culture and to create more value as a result of collaborative Lean project delivery.
Evan Reis SE
Director, United States Resiliency Council
"Building a Resilience Management Mindset"
Higher Education Institutions can implement some practical steps to create a resilience management program. Evan will review the strategies institutions can implement to take a step towards a resilient campus as well as insurance and risk management strategies.