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Episode 171
Ian Arthur: Addressing Frictions in the Building Sector To Help Home Affordability
April 11, 2024

Ian Arthur, President and COO of Nidus3D, a 3D builder home construction, joins us to talk about the technology, how it can help address our housing crisis, the challenges it might bring, the projects they have completed or are working on, and his hopes for the future with 3D printing technology in building affordable homes faster.

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Former Mayor of Edmonton

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