Why Yesterday's Construction Technology Must Go

It is too expensive
It is not mass-produced at a proper scale
It is not smart
It cannot be easily integrated into a grid that could supply energy and remove waste for a whole community
It is in the hands of developers whose aim is to extract the last dollar with little regard for human needs or human participation in planning
The idea of making each distinct structure a stand-alone eco-plant multiplies costs and hurts efficiency
Concentration on renewing old structures delays the day when new initiatives can create genuinely 21st Century communities where all elements are integrated, where all surfaces are smart, and where life in all respects is within walking distance 
Yesterday's construction was for sprawl, highways and endless separated housing segregated so you have to drive everywhere
Tomorrow's construction will be integral, beyond green and reflect a new economy that integrates grass roots and global

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