Friday, January 22, 2016

Modcoach Will Hold No Boot Camp Before Its Time


Modcoach announces the 
New England Modular Boot Camp!

On Wednesday, March 9th, 2016, the first ever New England Modular Boot Camp will be held in Milford, MA. The Camp is open to all new home builders, factory management and sales reps, suppliers to the modular industry, bankers, developers, Realtors and anyone interested in the modular industry.

  • Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2016
  • Location: 50 Maple St, Milford, MA 01757
  • Time: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Seven speakers, a continental breakfast and a full lunch are included in your registration.

Schedule of Events:
  • 8:00 AM    Registration 
  • 8:30 AM    Introduction by Gary Fleisher, the Modcoach
  • 8:45 AM    Ken Semler, Member, Board of Directors of the MHBA 
  • 9:00 AM    Steve Kennealy, MA DPS, Director of Manufactured Buildings      
  • 10:00 AM  Norm Hall, Modular Factory Industry Manager, Simpson Strong Tie        
  • 10:45 AM  Break  
  • 11:00 AM  Yana Billet, National Sales Manager, Construction Division, First Guaranty
  • 11:45 AM  Lunch            
  • 12:30 PM   Rick Wenner, PFS Corp, VP Northeast Region  
  • 1:00 PM     Harris Woodward, Finish Works, Green/High Performance Modular Builder     
  • 2:00 PM     Brian Flook/Scott Stroud, Lead Locker
  • 3:00 PM     Closing 
This is the time and this is the place to learn more about your industry, network with others and ask questions. This group of speakers has never been brought together before for the modular housing industry. Bring your notebook and questions.

Cost is only $129.00 per person and sitting is limited to 60 people. 

If you work in New England or serve this region, you owe it to yourself to join with others for a great one day Modular Boot Camp.


Harris - Finish Werks said...
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Anonymous said...


I am looking to start a modular home company. I have been denied the ability to build Excel because Dreamline has the same area I build in "Locked Out" as Excel put it. (Middlesex County MA) Who would you recommend as a good factory to work with? I have been signed up with Keiser but they seem to busy to work with me. I am looking to build high end homes but need a factory that has time to respond to me and the ability to deliver a higher quality product. I am going to sign up for your boot camp but I need to get my first project started and so far I am not impressed with IBS.

Your guidance is appreciated.