AGC WebEd: Construction Technology and Business Development: How Technology Can Improve Your Pre-construction Process and Help You Win WorkName: AGC WebEd: Construction Technology and Business Development: How Technology Can Improve Your Pre-construction Process and Help You Win WorkDate: March 26, 2019Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM HSTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
The construction industry technology landscape is changing rapidly and it can be difficult to keep up. Join us as we discuss the technology that matters and can help you win more work both during the project pursuit phase and the operations phase.
This webinar will address these points and enable you to:
- Identify technology that can help improve your preconstruction process
- Determine what questions to ask during project discovery that can help identify the right technology for the project
- Partner with project stakeholders to fund the cost of technology on projects
Director of Business Development, Marketplace
Kristopher M. Lengieza, is the Director of Business Development, Marketplace at Procore Technologies. The marketplace team oversees the development of partnerships and integrations built upon the Procore platform. Kris has been a long time construction technology evangelist and continues to push the construction industry forward. Prior to working at Procore, Kris was the Vice President of Operational Excellence at Stiles Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Kris oversaw a team that leads many initiatives including Quality, Safety, Innovation, Training, VDC, and Financials. Kris has also been instrumental in the implementation of VDC, LEAN and LEED principles at several other companies over the course of his career.
Senior Manager, Business Development
Rick is Senior Manager of Business Development for Rosendin Electric and a member of AGC's Business Development Forum Steering Committee. His responsibilities include establishing and maintaining client relationships, research and analysis of the market place and tracking and maintaining the status of developing projects. A Long Beach State graduate, Rick is involved in the company’s strategic planning process and works closely with Rosendin’s preconstruction group in developing estimates and proposals. A 35 year construction industry veteran, Rick has held a variety of construction management positions and has served on Boards with NECA, MCA and SMPS. Rick is currently serving on the AGC Silicon Valley Chapter Board of Directors. Rosendin Electric has been headquartered in San Jose, California since its founding in 1919, is 100 % employee owned and consistently ranks nationally in the top five in annual revenues among electrical contractors.