Headquartered on the outskirts of Boise, Idaho, Autovol's first-of-its-kind factory brings together the best practices of modular construction and automation: robots do the backbreaking labor with spe... (Click to Read More)
Headquartered on the outskirts of Boise, Idaho, Autovol's first-of-its-kind factory brings together the best practices of modular construction and automation: robots do the backbreaking labor with speed and precision, 'solutioneers' practice the trades with pride and joy. Their 400,000 square foot factory is capable of building 2,000 modules a year, 8 a day. Automation is mostly limited to building the structural frame and attaching the drywall. Things like cabinets, electrical, drywall finishing, windows, etc. are still installed by hand. Led by CEO Rick Murdock and co-developed by The Pacific Companies, Autovol is pioneering a new kind of modular construction. The company is staffing up toward an expected team of 300-plus Solutioneers, and already has 600 modular units on its docket, with capacity for more.
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600 Total Units Produced to Date