Ryan E. Smith are Directors of an interdisciplinary design and engineering research group called the Integrated Technology in Architecture Center (ITAC) at the University of Utah. They research, write, teach and speak on the integrated paradigm, and develop processes and products that lead to sustainable and energy-efficient design and construction. Their work has been funded by federal, public and private organizations. They are recipients of the ACSA Collaborative Practice Award (2006), ACSA Creative Achievement Award (2009, 2011) and the ARCC Research Award (2011) for their innovative industry collaborative teaching, research and outreach. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Jonathan W. Elliott, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Construction Management at Colorado State University, USA. He performs quantitative and qualitative research on socio-technical aspects of construction delivery. Specifically, he investigates construction employment skills training, training for underrepresented populations and developing nations, renewable energy and pedagogy, and interdisciplinary construction education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Kevin Grosskopf, PhD, is Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Nebraska, USA. His research expertise is in building safety and sustainability with extensive funding from the US Department of Labor. More recently, he has been studying offsite construction delivery and labor. He is widely published in top journals in civil engineering including the ASCE, ASTM, and ASHRAE. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Offsite construction in education
A survey of prefabrication in design
and construction academia
Ryan E. Smith, Jonathan W. Elliott, and
During the fall of 2014, the National Institute of Building Sciences Off-Site...
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