Product Development Manager of Strategic Alliances at Lutron – Caséta Wireless
As a product manager for Caséta Wireless and connected home strategic alliances, Neil is responsible for bringing life-enhancing experiences to homeowners. Neil began his career with Lutron in 2004 as a project computer engineer. He developed embedded software and hardware for Lutron’s residential and commercial products. Promoted to a new role in 2011 working with Lutron’s Strategic Alliances, he is responsible for connecting Lutron’s residential systems with best-in-class brands including Apple, Amazon, Nest, and Google. Neil is passionate about taking care of the customer through Lutron product innovation and collaboration with the top brands in the industry. He is excited to deliver an experience that enhances customers lives, in and away from home. Neil earned his Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He resides outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.
The Rise of Factory-built Housing: Episode 2
Modular builders have taken the art of prefabrication to an entirely new level, where entire rooms with insulation, plumbing, and electric wiring are made in a factory. These rooms (called “modules”) are transported to a building site and then stacked next to and on top of one another to form a home in days. In the Hamptons, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other major cities, it’s now possible to build a beautiful modern home modularly for as much as 50% the cost of building with local contractors.
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