Flexible Response to Ongoing Growth
Who is Project Frog?
Project Frog is the pioneer of Industrialized Construction with more than 15 years of experience. Since 2006, Project Frog’s deep industry experience and a team of architects, engineers, supply chain managers, and field experts have eliminated the chaos of design and construction. Project Frog overcomes challenges in the built environment by leveraging their proprietary kit-of-parts technology, platform development, optimized building components, material sourcing, and vast network of manufacturers. Project Frog offers a holistic approach to productizing buildings from design to occupancy.
Replace aging infrastructure with sustainable, high-performing buildings faster while overcoming labor shortages and supply chain disruptions.
Fifteen years ago, Project Frog set out to address this challenge by solving two of the most critical and foundational constraints of building projects; scale and flexibility.
These constraints limit the realization of end project value and stifle adoption of more successful delivery alternatives, such as Industrialized Construction.
Industrialized Construction (IC) leverages efficiencies in offsite fabrication, rigorous processes, and technology integration to modernize the construction industry.
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Project Frog's Industrialized Construction building programs optimize the entire process solution from design to permitting, manufacturing, supply chain, assembly, and construction.
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Project Frog Family
Born from the sustainability and lighting initiatives at Project Frog, LANTANA is an integral part of the Project Frog family of companies offering the latest in lighting innovation. Easy to install and maintain, LANTANA architectural LED fixtures provide superior illumination with ultra-efficiency.
The ideal solution for designers working with repeatable design elements or designing buildings as a product, KitConnect offers structure, control, and optimization to take BIM to the next level.
Awarded California's Best of Construction Green Building Award and National Park Service Environmental Achievement Award
Built by 10 people in 6 days for the US Green Building Council. Constructed of renewed and recyclable materials. Returns 5x its energy usage.
Golden Gate Pavilion
Awarded Engineering News Record (ENR) Best in Small Projects Category