Oct 11, 2013
An entrepreneur profile featuring Project Frog CEO Ann Hand.
Oct 11, 2013
Confronted by cash shortages, schools are stuffing students anywhere they can. But these new, cheap, easy to build classrooms offer a better solution (and a better learning environment).
May 02, 2013
Project Frog built a school in a warehouse. Or at least, part of a school. The “componentized” building company — Frog management dislikes the terms “prefab” and “modular” — put up a life-size model of one classroom, a hall, and a couple other rooms in their warehouse on a San Francisco pier.
Apr 11, 2013
Watch the panel discussion that brought together visionary California architects and automotive designers eager to talk about the intersection of car and building design and how conscious design can spur innovation in both industries.
Mar 05, 2013
Here are Hand's thoughts on the perks of being a woman leader and advice on how you can reach the top too...
Feb 01, 2013
CEO Briefing Newsletter: An interview with Ann Hand
Jan 02, 2013
Project Frog designs and ships schools, convenience stores and office buildings all over the country. Some assembly required.
Oct 16, 2012
Project Frog aims to change the way buildings are made. Its structures are “component buildings,” put together from pre-fab kits of parts and assembled onsite. It’s as if you could buy a building from IKEA.
Oct 10, 2012
Located next to the toll plaza on the San Francisco side of the bridge, the 3,500-square-foot pavilion is linked to the world-famous landmark by color, employing International Orange fiber-cement cladding.
Oct 03, 2012
Project Frog CEO Ann Hand on the company's growth constructing energy efficient, pre-fabricated buildings at a low cost.
Sep 04, 2012
Project Frog incorporates a sophisticated approach — including parametric design, precision fabrication, energy modeling, lean manufacturing and continuous monitoring — to create sustainable, efficient structures that reduce overall operating costs and also meet stringent LEED requirements.
Aug 08, 2012
Sonia Atluru gives her generation a voice: A 14--year-old student from Connecticut, tours some of Project Frog's most iconic buildings in San Francisco.