Gerard McCaughey - Entekra
Dean Rana - Truss Fab Companies
Andrew "Drew" Whitcomb - BFS/BMC
As the housing market is evolving, due to changing demand drivers, supply constraints and more volatile input costs, many lumber companies are pivoting to providing a service versus selling a commodity. Offsite solutions including turnkey framing are growing in popularity and several strategic lumber companies have thoughtfully anticipated this change. Whelan Advisory has advised on many of the most transformational transactions in this space, from Louisiana Pacific’s investment in Entekra, to BFS’s acquisition of Raney and Pulte’s acquisition of ICG.
This panel will address the opportunity that offsite solutions provide and the bottlenecks they address, by increasing cost controls and value, while reducing improvisations at the job site that lead to waste and risk. The lumber yard of the future needs to be holistic and focus on a customer oriented solution. Join us to learn how, from this dynamic panel.