Tuesday, October 30, 2018
2 p.m. Eastern
Participants Earn Half a Professional Development Hour
As the need for new and updated infrastructure such as roads, bridges, and ports becomes increasingly critical, improving the efficiency of that work is more essential than ever. Today, the governments and organizations that build these projects are investing in mobile technology to help teams complete projects more efficiently and under budget. In this webinar, WRA, LLP Associate for Construction Management Services, Leonard “Lenny” Coleman, P.E., CCM, LEED AP, and Kaivan Entezarmahdi, P.E., highlight how technology is changing heavy civil construction, and share real stories about how it can be used in the field.
- Key drivers of job site inefficiencies in heavy civil construction
- How technology is used to capture data from the field and helps teams collaborate
- Real examples of using technology on projects like highways, schools, and more from pre-construction to closeout
Leonard (Lenny) Coleman
Associate for Construction Management and Inspection Services
Whitman, Requardt and Associates LLP
Leonard (Lenny) Coleman, P.E., CCM, LEED AP is an Associate for Construction Management and Inspection services at Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP in Fairfax, Virginia. Lenny has over 14 years of progressive experience in construction management and project management of major infrastructure projects in Virginia, leading teams of inspectors, construction managers and engineers on roadway, utility, bridge and vertical construction projects, including VDOT, locally administered, and federally funded projects.
West Coast Regional Sales Manager
PlanGrid builds simple, powerful software construction teams love to use. The company’s mobile-first technology gives general contractors, subs, owners and architects access to information in real-time, enables great collaboration and provides actionable insights. With PlanGrid, any construction team member can manage and update blueprints, specs, photos, RFIs, field reports, punchlists and other information from any device. PlanGrid is used on more than one million projects across commercial, heavy civil and other industries in almost 100 countries. Headquartered in San Francisco and founded in 2011, PlanGrid has $69 million in funding from Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital and other top venture capital firms. Visit us at www.plangrid.com.