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SCOTT HECKEL PRESENTS AT MODULAR INDUSTRY'S BIGGEST TRADE SHOW



Scott Heckel, along with the team that delivered the award-winning "Center for Well-Being" for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), comprise an all-star panel for the breakout session:

Design-Build: The Holy Grail for Modular Construction Success 11:30 am PT | Friday, March 31


The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) chose design-build to maximize the benefits of modular construction for The Center for Well-Being project—particularly schedule acceleration and reducing site disruption. Joint success in past offsite construction projects made Gilbert Architects, MODLOGIQ, and Whiting-Turner a strong, logical choice. Employing open book GMP, this design-build team greatly sped up completion—with modular construction beginning months before demolition even began on the existing campus health center. In addition, site construction time was cut in half (4.5 months instead of the projected nine months for conventional construction), dramatically reducing disruption to students living in the dorms that surrounded the site.

Tom Argasinski, Assistant Director, Design and Construction Services, University of Maryland Rod Frey, Jr., Studio Director, Gilbert Architects Inc. Chuck KonKolics, Vice President, Whiting-Turner Scott Heckel, Vice President of Construction, MODLOGIQ

Greg Oniskey (MODERATOR), Senior Client Specialist, MODLOGIQ



If you're attending the 2023 World of Modular Annual Conference & Tradeshow, be sure to attend all three sessions featuring MODLOGIQ thought leaders:


NOTE: registration is closed for the sessions below...


  • Taking the “Hell” Out of Healthcare Construction Projects

    • 10:30 am PT | March 30, 2023

  • Prince George's County Public Schools: A Prototype for Success

    • 1 pm PT | Thursday, March 30

  • Design-Build: The Holy Grail for Modular Construction Success

    • 11:30 am PT | Friday, March 31

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