The MBICF was established for the purposes of advancing off-site non-residential building construction practices and technologies through research, education, and outreach to architects, engineers, contractors, universities, government agencies, and other for-profit and non-profit entities related to the construction industry. The foundation intends to provide scholarships to individuals with an interest and aptitude for modular construction as well as partnering with other organizations interested in improving construction efficiency and productivity.
“We are excited to have the opportunity through this foundation to educate the public on the many benefits of the modular construction process and how it can improve the overall efficiency and productivity of the construction industry,” said Tom Hardiman, Executive Director of MBI. “We feel this is a great opportunity for the modular construction industry as well as the building community as a whole.”
“We see the newly formed MBICF as playing an instrumental role in the advancement of our industry in general, and in particular, to the benefit of our Canadian membership,” said Laurie Robert, VP of NRB and Chair of the MBICF Board of Directors. “To achieve our goals and secure our future however, we will need the support of the Canadian membership both financially, and through active involvement with our Board and its Committees.”
To make a donation to the MBICF, please contact Wayne Glover at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-646-1600. For more information on the MBICF, visit www.modular.org/htmlPage.aspx?name=foundation.