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Tyler Pullen has backgrounds in research and practice across numerous fields in the built environment industry. These include civil and environmental engineering, construction management, energy efficient architectural design and analysis, urban planning and data science, climate change impact modeling, and housing development and policy. His research includes work both in the U.S. and abroad, particularly on the topic of industrialized construction as a means of expanding and improving housing production. This interdisciplinary experience and curiosity are critical in his research, which hopes to align policies and industry towards critical housing, environmental, and social goals. At Terner, Tyler also leads the program design and impending launch of the Builders Lab program, which will help companies pursuing innovative and industrialized construction methods refine and scale up their work.