How this emerging role can boost your company’s productivity & efficiency
January 23, 2020
4:00 p.m. Eastern

The forecasts and data say it all: The future of construction is changing, and technology is leading the way.

To stay ahead, or even keep up, utilizing new technologies can give your company a competitive edge. But, without a dedicated person, purpose and charter plan to lead your technology initiatives, the road can get rocky.

Tune into this webinar to learn:

  • Why your company needs a construction technologist
  • What they really do for your business
  • Why companies without one will struggle to keep up

Video playback coming soon!

 

SPEAKERS

DJ Phipps
DJ Phipps
Senior VDC Manager
Haselden Construction

With over 20 years of experience in the AEC industry, DJ Phipps is passionate about leveraging technology to improve workflow efficiencies, boost project coordination and provide valuable operational insights that drive corporate process improvement initiatives. When he is not actively engaged with his network of construction technologists, he enjoys providing guidance to multiple developers at cutting-edge contech platforms. Building strong relationships with technology vendors, he promotes and tests enhancements to their tools for benefit of Haselden Construction, as well as the entire AEC industry.

Kris Lengieza
Kris Lengieza
Director of Business Development
Procore

The marketplace team oversees the development of partnerships and integrations built upon the Procore platform. Lengieza has been a longtime construction technology evangelist and continues to push the construction industry forward. Prior to Procore, Lengieza was the vice president of operational excellence at Stiles Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lengieza oversaw a team that leads many initiatives including quality, safety, innovation, training, VDC, and financials. Lengieza has also been instrumental in the implementation of VDC, LEAN and LEED principles at several other companies over the course of his career. Lengieza holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Lehigh University.

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