ConferenceSpeakers

Adam Handfinger

Co-Founder and Advisory Board Head, Document Crunch
Adam is a Florida Bar Board Certified Construction lawyer, and is currently the co-managing partner for the Miami Office of a preeminent national construction law firm. Adam’s representation of contractors and developers includes contract negotiations, project administration and project close-out. In addition to his legal career, Adam has significant experience as an entrepreneur, working with start-ups and established business in the health care, fitness and personal hygiene industries. Adam serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Terry W. Stiles School of Real Estate Development at the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship and Nova Southeastern University. Adam graduated with highest honors from the University of Florida, with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, and earned both his Law Degree and Master’s Degree in Business.

Adam S. Davis

VDC Manager, Lighthouse Electric
Adam S. Davis is the Virtual Design & Construction Manager and has been involved in the Electrical BIM environment for over 10 years. He has published “Achieving Spatial Coordination Through BIM”, National BIM Standard v2.0, developed manufacturer’s software for Revit and was an early adopter of AR/VR solutions for construction. Along with his VDC background, he has been involved in planning and executions from the project level to the enterprise. From specific animations of work tasks to full 5D sequenced models, Adam works to leverage models to support fabrication & field installations. Outside of work, Adam has a history of volunteering for many organizations including the Habitat for Humanity Board, Son’s of the American Revolution Board, Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley Board, SCCA and other events local to Youngstown, Ohio.

Al Labella

President, SMACNA

Amanda Comunale

Amanda Comunale is an AEC Fabrication, Operations and Technology industry leader. Ms. Comunale’s career has spanned both the private and public sectors. Recently she was the Chief Operations Officer of GTP Services, the leading MEP Software Solutions company. Ms. Comunale was responsible for overseeing GTP’s Marketing, Strategic Planning, and Operations. Amanda served as the Director of VDC for Victaulic, where she was responsible for overseeing Victaulic’s global estimating, fabrication, BIM and construction technology initiatives that benefitted and supported Victaulic’s customers and its strategic growth objectives. Prior to Victaulic, Amanda served as Vice President of Operations Services for S. A. Comunale an EMCOR company, where she was responsible for managing the day-to-day operations such as purchasing, IT, safety, human resources, transportation, and LEAN. It was there that she realized her passion for construction and how processes and technology are changing the industry. Ms. Comunale has a distinguished history with numerous national and community organizations, including service with the MCAA WebLEM+Plus Taskforce. She is also the Vice Chairman of the Stephen A. Comunale Jr. Family Cancer foundation, dedicated to providing gap financial funding to cancer patients and family members. She received a B.A. in Political Science from Union College in Albany, New York and her Executive MBA from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

Amy Marks

VP of Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism, Autodesk
Amy Marks, VP, Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism at Autodesk is known throughout the world as the "Queen of Prefab." At Autodesk, she informs product strategy, thought leadership and convergence consulting for customers incorporating industrialized construction methodologies. Prior to joining Autodesk, she defined the language, process and frameworks that are adopted by companies, universities and countries around the world reflecting the convergence of Design-Make-Operate models. Notably, Amy was appointed by the Singapore government's Building & Construction Authority as an international expert to advise its design and construction productivity roadmap. Her thought leadership and tenacity, leading alongside the government and industry, resulted in unprecedented change and innovation - catapulting Singapore to worldwide recognition in the Industrialized Construction space. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and an alumna of the Harvard Business School.

Andy Lambert

Director of Product, Milwaukee
Andy Lambert is responsible for leading product management and partnerships within the Milwaukee One-Key platform. Andy leverages 20 years’ experience in construction and construction technology as a proven leader in evolving the adoption of technology throughout the construction industry. Andy began his career as an IBEW Inside Wireman, but has since held positions of Solution Consultant, Director of Account Management, and Director of Construction Technology at a Construction ERP firm, and most recently Group Program Manager and Director of Product at Milwaukee Tool.

Andy Sellers

Department Manager, Quality Electric
Started as a Journeyman moved into estimating and managing large complex projects and now helping to develop long term business relationships.

Armand Kilijian

President, O'Brien Mechanical, Inc. II | President of MCAA
Armand Kilijian became President of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America at the association’s Virtual Education Conference in March 2020. Armand is the President of O'Brien Mechanical, Inc. II, a family-owned, full-service plumbing/piping/HVAC contractor headquartered in San Francisco, CA. The company self-performs a wide range of plumbing and piping installation work for commercial projects throughout the Greater Bay Area. His thirst for professional knowledge brought him to the Northern California MCA where he held leadership positions including the offices of president, vice president and treasurer. In addition, he was a member of the organization’s board of directors, as well as a member of the Budget and Nominating Committees. He co-chairs the Northern California MCA Local 38 Negotiating Committee and is a trustee of the UA Local 38 Trust Fund. Armand’s first experience with MCAA was at an annual convention. He went on to chair the Plumbing Contractors of America (PCA) and serve on the Education, Construction Technology, and Management Methods Committees. He was elected to the MCAA Board of Directors in 2012. On a personal note, Armand enjoys spending time with his wife, Tamar, and their three children, Shant, Talar, and Aram. The family keeps busy with the kids’ sporting events, as well as volunteering as coaches and scouting assistants within the Armenian community. The family enjoys traveling, snow skiing, and just hanging out in San Francisco whenever they get a chance.

Bill Weber

Principal, Gaston Electrical Company
Bill is a third generation principal owner of Gaston Electrical Co., Inc. out of Norwood, MA. Bill is responsible for Pre-Construction/Estimating, Pre-Fabrication, Finance and Accounting, Human Resources and Business Development efforts for Gaston Electrical. Bill holds both a BS in Finance and an MBA from Boston College. In addition, Bill is a Master Electrician and member of Local 103 IBEW.

Brian Morales

President & CEO, ProCal Lighting
Brian Morales is the founder and CEO of Pro-Cal Lighting Inc. located in Vista California. Brian leads his company as the chief visionary for its culture and growth as a small business. Due to his success as a small business owner and leader, Brian has become a national spokesman for small business and minority entrepreneurs. Locally, Brian sits on the Board of Directors for the San Diego Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association and is the Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Nationally, Brian is an Executive Board of Trustee member for the National Small Business Association and is Vice-Chair for Communication. He has been honored as Philanthropist of the Year from the Vista non-profit Operation Hope, and in 2019 received recognition from the San Diego Business Journal as one of the 40 Next Top Business Leaders Under 40. Brian has also received Congressional and Assembly recognition for his efforts with small business.

Brian Russ

Project Manager, Allison-Smith
Brian Russ has been with the Allison-Smith Company for the past 15 years where he is currently a Project Manager. Brian graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree prior to beginning his career with the Allison-Smith Company.

Brian Witt

Director of Business Development, LaborChart
Brian Witt specializes in building the LaborChart community and oversees strategic initiatives with industry and technical partners. Prior to his current role, Brian was one of LaborChart’s first Account Executives and helped lead sales processes and new business growth for the organization. Brian’s operational background stems from his time as an Infantry Officer in the US Army. He is an alum of the Construction Science & Management Program at Kansas State University.

Britton Langdon

CEO, MSUITE
Britton Langdon is the founder and CEO of MSUITE, a construction software company located in the Midwest. With more than a decade in the construction industry, Britton uses his construction experience to spearhead the design and implementation of MSUITE’s products. Prior to MSUITE, Britton served as the Director of Support Operations & Business Development at an MEP where he directed their design and fabrication processes.

Bryan Williams

Portfolio Manager, Building Construction Field Systems, Trimble
Bryan Williams, Portfolio Manager, Building Construction Field Systems, Trimble Inc. Bryan has over 30 years of international experience working in the construction industry as a site engineer, construction surveyor, project supervisor, and consultant. He has spent the last 16 years developing and marketing intelligent positioning solutions for the construction industry as part of Trimble’s Building Construction group.

Carrie Struss

Director of Continuous Improvement, Milwaukee Tool
Carrie has spent over 16 years in Operations roles including Manufacturing Engineering, Operations Management, and Lean/Six Sigma - getting her start in the automotive and aerospace industries. She has a B.S. in Industrial Technology with a minor in Plastics Processing and a M.S. in Project Management. Carrie joined Milwaukee Tool in 2014 with Empire Level. She was instrumental in transforming Empire shortly after acquisition into the world-class manufacturing center that it is today by supporting numerous capital projects and driving a lean culture. In 2017, Carrie transitioned to a new role bringing the same lean culture to the Milwaukee Tool corporate office with a focus on business and transactional processes. Most recently she has also taken on the additional responsibility of continuous improvement at the Distribution Center. Carrie has a passion for process improvement and working with all functions of the business to drive value by leveraging the powerful combination of people, process, and technology. Outside of work, Carrie enjoys running and spending time with her husband and two boys.

Chad Salge

VP of VDC, The Brandt Companies
Electrical engineering graduate from Texas A&M (2005) that began his career with a global consulting firm that performed any Engineering and Construction under the sun (CH2M Hill). Served in many roles at CH2M including detailed design engineer, project engineer, project manager, and practice lead. Came to Brandt in 2018 and served in design project management, Director of Engineering and now Vice President of Virtual Design and Engineering roles. Currently responsible for Engineering, VDC and Commissioning for all of Brandt (MEP), which encompasses design production, design management, virtual design production, construction technologies and commissioning. Over my career I have had the fortune of working for companies who are people centric and share the same values that I have outside the office. That, along with my experience at Texas A&M, has engrained in me a particular affinity for creating culture. By moving from a project focus to a people focus in my career, I have been afforded the intangible right to do just that. I care deeply for developing people professionally and technically and will continue to do it as long as I live.

Chris Peppler

Senior Director Project Management and Marketing, Trimble
In his role as Senior Director of Product Management and Marketing, Chris leads the global product strategy and go-to-market for Trimble MEP. In his four years with Trimble, he has transformed the strategy to focus on cloud and providing more value to MEP contractors. Prior to Trimble, Chris held a number of leadership roles at software technology companies, making positive impacts in the areas of product management, business development, customer success, and implementation.

Chris Weaver

Director of Technology, Andy Egan Company
Chris Weaver is Andy J. Egan’s Director of Technology and works to ensure the company is on the forefront of construction technology at a national level, even influencing new technology by working with the industry’s best software providers. He serves on the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)Technology Committee, the Michigan LCI Community of Practice (CoP) Vice Leader, the Ferris State University advisory board, and is a Past President of the American Subcontractors Association of Michigan (ASAM).

Dan Reuter

VP of Large Project Operations, Binsky & Snyder
With over 20 years’ experience work on large project delivery, Dan has built numerous pharmaceutical plants at Bristol Myers Squibb, Merck Sharp & Dohme, and Roche Molecular. He has extensive experience as a project manager, estimator, and engineer but most recently worked to develop Binsky’s world class virtual construction organization. Dan recently completed training to become a LEED accredited professional and is a leader of Lean and LEED process throughout Binsky & Snyder.

Darren Young

Director of Construction Technology, University Mechanical Contractors (UMC)
Based in Washington state, Darren's unique ability to leverage multiple every day technologies in interesting ways to solve complicated and laborious tasks has been valued by users around the world. Down to earth and approachable, he's always willing to help his peers anytime of the year even outside of industry conferences. Darren's background includes a wide variety of disciplines such as Construction, Engineering, Manufacturing, LEAN, Information Technology, Computer Programming, Author and Technical Editor. His lectures and labs are not just a training opportunity for others but a venue which connects him personally with users helping him learn as well.

Dave Pikey

Vice President Corporate Technology, The Hill Group
Dave Pikey is the Vice President of Corporate Technology for The Hill Group, a $300M Chicago-based organization engaged in construction and maintenance of mechanical building systems – all with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability. Dave joined Hill in 1998 as a design engineer and has been developing process and technology around modeling, estimating, prefabrication, automation, modular construction and business intelligence since 2004. Dave has also run marketing and communication for The Hill Group. He is often an industry guest speaker sharing his experience on leveraging technology in a collaborative environment to deliver a better product in the construction process. Dave has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Purdue University.

David Burczyk

Construction Robotics Lead, Trimble Connected Construction, Trimble
David Burczyk is the Construction Robotics Lead at Trimble where he is responsible for the business area management and the strategic product development of the Trimble construction robotics solutions. With over twenty years of AEC industry experience promoting technology and collaboration among design and construction teams, David is focused on the development and implementation of tailored construction robotic solutions to advance the field productivity of AEC contractors, architects, and engineers.

David Derocher

VDC Portfolio Manager, Trimble
As Trimble's VDC Portfolio Manager, I am responsible for overseeing the development of Trimble’s North American VDC products which includes products like: SysQue, EC-CAD, FabShop, MEPContent for Fabrication (ITMs), Connect2Fab and Model Based Estimating. I came to Trimble through an acquisition and have been with Trimble for over 3 years now. Prior to working for Trimble I was the president of a company called EastCoast CAD/CAM. EastCoast had been around since 1976 and was wholly focused on developing CAD and CAM solutions for contractors. I spent 20 years and the majority of my career with EastCoast and during that time I had the opportunity to work with many contractors and in all aspects of my company.

Dorin Nicorici

President & CEO, Dynalectric Oregon
As president and CEO of Dynalectric Oregon, Dorin Nicorici is continually looking for ways to improve the construction process. He is the driving force behind the company's mission of providing unprecedented value by creating a culture that encourages employee innovation, research into emerging technologies, and efficient execution of construction pre-manufacturing and installation. Under Dorin’s direction, the use of these leading-edge technologies and construction practices has helped Dynalectric Oregon rise to become one of the top electrical contractors in the Pacific Northwest.

Doug Smith

Director of VDC, DSI
Doug Smith got his start as a pre-apprentice plumber with Local 286 in Austin, Texas. He worked on and around various projects until 1988, when he was hired at Dynamic Systems and began detailing for them. He progressed thru the ranks and took control of the design group, building it to over 100 designers. Doug has recently taken the role as Director of Technology, which he feels is as much about Technology as it is about processes and practices. His current role is to streamline all groups with the common goal of increased productivity and efficiency, ensuring a more competitive and profitable workplace. Through his involvement in multiple peer groups and industry organizations, Doug has toured many companies and seen multiple ways to perform certain tasks. His current position allows him to implement best in class methods to achieve the best results.

Dustin Allen

Sales Engineer for VDC Software, Trimble
Dustin is a Technical Sales Engineer for VDC products at Trimble MEP, North America. His mission is to empower contractors with cross-functional workflows across the Trimble MEP product portfolio, specializing in BIM. As an experienced Tradesman, Project Manager, Estimator, and VDC Technology Leader, he leverages real-world experience and expertise to create and improve workflows and processes to benefit the MEP Construction Industry. Dustin lives in Indianapolis, IN, with his wife and five children.

Eric Klaffka

VDC Manager, John W. Danforth
Eric is responsible for the Pre-Construction project side of the VDC Operations at John W. Danforth as well as the development and maintenance of company VDC software's, standards and procedures.

Eric Tucker

Senior Business Development Manager, Procore
Eric Tucker is a technology strategist who has been building cloud ecosystems for more than a decade. He currently leads integration partnerships for the trades at Procore. In this role, Eric works with market-leaders and startups to bring innovations to specialty contractors.

Gary Fuchs

Senior Product Specialist, LaborChart
Gary Fuchs is a Sr. Product Specialist at LaborChart. Prior to LaborChart, Gary was VP of Construction at Westphal Electric. He and his wife Cheryl are proud parents of three daughters and 10 grandchildren. Gary enjoys woodworking, golf, hunting, fishing, and working with LaborChart. In his past, Gary was a volunteer firefighter and basketball official.

Henry Nutt

Preconstruction Executive, Southland Ind.
Henry serves as the Preconstruction Executive for Southland Industries, after serving as the Sheet Metal General Superintendent for 13 years, and 34 years as a Union Sheet Metal Worker with Local 104 in Northern California. He was responsible for over 200 Sheet Metal Workers during his tenure and led Lean implementations on projects throughout Northern California on Southland projects. Henry’s strategy of field support included a mixture of a “boots on the ground” type of approach combined with practical theory and relationship building. This approach has allowed him to authentically build new Lean Champions within the company, and successfully strategize with clients by answering the number one question, “what’s in it for me”, which simply highlights how the ones closest to the work can actually benefit from Lean Practices. Henry also worked with Dr. Glenn Ballard to revise the Last Planner System® in 2019. He currently sits on the National Board of Director’s for the Lean Construction Institute, (LCI) where he leads a task force designed to encourage the adoption of Lean practices from Trade Partners. Henry was the 2018 recipient of the prestigious LCI Pioneer Award. He is also the current Chair for the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), National Diversity & Inclusion Steering Committee.

Jake Olsen

CEO & Co-Founder, DADO
Jake Olsen, P.E. is Co-founder and CEO of DADO, a construction software company that leverages powerful indexing algorithms and industry-specific search to automate document administration and ensure teams can find and collaborate on the most relevant project information.  Jake was previously VP of Engineering at DEWALT where he built a team dedicated to developing and providing software and consulting services for architects, engineers and contractors.  Jake has worked in the industry as an engineer and entrepreneur for over 20 years both in the USA and abroad developing new products, software and businesses to transform the way we build.  Jake holds a master’s degree in Structural Engineering and is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer in California.

James Benham

CEO, JBKnowledge
James Benham is a maker, a creator, and an innovator. He started his journey as a tech entrepreneur in his Texas A&M dorm room in 2001 and has had a wild ride of challenges and successes ever since. James and his amazing team at JBKnowledge built and sold one of their products, SmartBid, in a groundbreaking deal with ConstructConnect in 2018. They have since built and grown two other products, SmartCompliance and TerraClaim. JBKnowledge currently has over 240 employees in the USA, Argentina and South Africa and is a leading provider of technology products and services for Insurance and Construction. Based in College Station, Texas, James served two terms on the College Station City Council and served for 5 years as an adjunct professor of Construction Science at Texas A&M. He’s a pilot with a passion for aviation and flies himself to most of his meetings and also plays the piano and the guitar. James’s philosophy for fellow entrepreneurs is to build self-funded businesses that are financially sustainable and growth oriented - an ideology that was passed down to him by his successful entrepreneur father. As the CEO of JBKnowledge, James continues to innovate tech for the Insurance and Construction industries. You may have even heard him sharing his wisdom and insights as the host on his popular weekly podcasts: The ConTechCrew and The InsureTech Geek, or in one of over 400 conferences he has spoken at in the last 15 years. James also was recently appointed by Texas Governor Abbott to serve as a Regent on the governing board of Texas Southern University. Please welcome James Benham.

Jared Christman

VDC Manager, Big State Electric
Jared is the VDC (Virtual Design and Construction) Manager at Big State Electric in San Antonio, TX. Jared attended ITT Technical Institute in 1993 and specialized in drafting. After realizing he could not draw a straight line with a pencil, he decided to focus on the emerging field of CAD. Jared learned Autocad R12 DOS, and so found his love for drafting. He began working in the electrical field right out of school in the GIS field and was introduced to BIM in 2002. In 2006 he started BIMCAD Solutions focusing on the BIM aspect of the electrical field. Jared was blessed to get the opportunity to model and coordinate the low voltage system for the World Trade Center Tower 1 and Oculus. As a small business owner, he learned the concept of saving clicks, is saving money, and began automating any routines that he could to improve productivity. He provided BIM services to Big State Electric working on large jobs over a number of years. In 2015 he decided to fold up shop and work with Big State Electric full time, where he helped build a BIM department, and began implementing the automation philosophy using Dynamo (Revit scripting software). Big State has fully integrated prefabrication capabilities, with modeling and coordination and shifted from BIM to VDC or virtual construction. If it gets installed in the field it will be added to the model. Big State is always looking for emerging technology, and innovative processes to try to improve on the accuracy and speed of the entire workflow. Jared is passionate about teaching BIM and 3D modeling to just about anyone who will listen, as well as the technology that goes along with it. When not at work, he loves being on a boat fishing or at the beach with his high school sweetheart of 27 years and grandchildren.

Jeff Elwell

Director of Innovation & Technology, E.M. Duggan Inc.
Jeff Elwell is the Director of Innovation and Technology at EM Duggan in Canton, MA. His focus is on BIM, Revit, and the automation of processes for design and construction as a whole. Jeff’s role includes innovation research from multiple disciplines on technological advances. He has a passion for discovering new processes and efficiency and modifying their application to mechanical contracting. He believes that a key motivator in driving industry progress is transparent exchange of if ideas and workflows. He has nine years of experience in the industry between engineering and mechanical contracting.

Jeff Miller

Director of Virtual Construction, Harrell-Fish Inc.
Jeff Miller graduated from Purdue University in 2007 and has been working with Harrell-Fish Inc.(HFI) ever since. He began his career in project management and then in 2014 started up HFI's Virtual Construction Division. Miller manages the team on BIM Coordination, 3D Modeling, Fabrication Spooling, Laser Scanning, and Robotic Layout to assist the pre-construction and rough-in phases. In addition to supporting HFI's internal projects, their Virtual Construction Team also supports outside contractors achieve their goals.

Jeff Sample

Industry Evangelist, Join
Jeff Sample has devoted the past 20+ years to transforming companies. Jeff optimizes companies throughout the construction industry by designing solutions, optimizing strategic advantages, and breaking down information silos. His passion for outdoor adventure and Ironman competitions garnered him the moniker "The Ironman of IT." As Industry Evangelist for Join, Jeff promotes collaboration and the transformation of preconstruction to help project teams reach their potential. His depth of IT experience in various industries and his passion for continuous improvement have made Jeff a popular speaker and vocal thought leader in construction, spending much of his time educating on multiple topics to better the industry as a whole.

Jeffry A. Fuentes

Jeffry A. Fuentes, Aurora Electric Inc.
Jeffry A. Fuentes is a seasoned global executive with 20+ years of experience delivering highly complex enterprise projects across industries and continents. He is currently the Executive Vice President at New York based Aurora Electric. Jeffry is a creative and resourceful multicultural professional with a natural ability at forging relationships across all levels of the organizations and institutions he works for. Jeffry led an engineering team to develop and to manufacture the backbone systems for the MTA Rolling Stock Project for NYCT, LIRR and MNR. He was an integral member of the team that implemented Lean manufacturing in Azur Artigianato in Italy. Jeffry is known for stepping up to any challenge, for being persistent and for using a variety of resources to acquire the most knowledge when planning and developing strategies. When doing business with an individual, Jeffry takes into consideration not only business aspects but also religious beliefs, political connections, foreign issues, and cultural background. He has been able to align, shape, create and manage his portfolio based on the understanding of the cultural (Industry) differences that exist. A native of Costa Rica, he is fluent in Spanish, Italian and English and possess a good knowledge of Portuguese. Jeffry is a strong believer of constant professional development. He holds a master’s degree in Program and Project Management from Brandeis University. He is in possession of the Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) by the Project Management Institute.

Jonathan Marsh

CEO and Founder, Steel Toe Consulting
Jonathan is CEO of SteelToe Consulting LLC, a firm that specializes in helping construction companies integrate and implement modern construction technology and workflows to improve and streamline their businesses. He also works as a construction startup advisor and as a software product manager for construction software. In addition to conducting research and reporting for industry groups through its MEP Innovation Lab, and helps develop hardware and software solutions for the construction space.

Joseph Lansdell

President, Poynter
Joseph Lansdell is the President of Poynter, Indiana’s largest full-service sheet metal and custom metal fabricator. Poynter’s capabilities include fabrication and installation of ventilation and exhaust systems, vent and fume hoods, architectural cladding, tanks, and pressure vessels, structural components, handrails, custom fabrication, and prefabrication solutions. Joseph served as SMACNA president (2016-2017), in all national officer roles, and on the board of directors (2007 – 2011). He currently serves on the National Pension Fund and the National Joint Adjustment Board. In addition, he was recognized as a business leader in Indianapolis by being named to the Indianapolis Business Journals 40 under 40 in 2011. His passion for serving the customers of the construction industry is unparalleled. Convincing young people that the construction industry can be a multi-faceted, exciting career is something he has been actively involved in for many years. Continuous improvement is a staple in his professional life. Recently, he became an industry advocate for Prefabrication. Already an expert in single shop fabrication, Lansdell has developed a new 55,000 sf facility dedicated to multi-trade and modular construction. He has contributed locally through involvement on the boards of the Coalition of Construction Safety and the Indiana Construction Roundtable (ICR). Most notable is his involvement as a mentor for smaller/diverse businesses in the ICR Mentor/Protégé program.

Josh Bone

Executive Director, ELECTRI International
Josh Bone started his career working with design teams, then transitioned into helping construction professionals leverage technology in both the preconstruction and construction phases. He has had the opportunity to work on hundreds of projects throughout his career, where he has delved deep into the VDC process. Bone has worked with companies like JBKnowledge, Graphisoft and Stanley Black & Decker. Bone envisions the trades playing a more active role in the design phases of projects in the future (DfMA), helping drive the increased delivery of offsite construction methods. He has also shared his knowledge with audiences and publications across North America as a frequent professional speaker, guest editorial contributor and podcaster.

Josh Kanner

Founder & CEO, Newmetrix
Josh Kanner is Founder & CEO of Newmetrix. Newmetrix reduces safety risk in the AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) industry through the use of artificial intelligence. Most recently he was co-founder of Vela Systems, a pioneer in the use of web and tablet workflows for construction and capital projects. The company was acquired by Autodesk in 2012 and was rebranded as BIM360 Field. He enjoys hiking, skiing, travel and being a dad to his two boys.

Kevin Gee

Product Marketing Director, Milwaukee
Kevin Gee joined Milwaukee Tool in 2012 and has held roles related to Product Development & Marketing in Canada, Hong Kong, and the US. Currently, he is responsible for overseeing the strategy and product development for the company’s MX FUEL Cordless Equipment System. In this position, Kevin leverages his background, his passion for cordless, and his product knowledge to further disrupt the equipment space.

Kirk Davis

President, NECA
Hailing from a family of electrical contractors, Davis graduated from Louisiana State University in 1975. After graduation, he entered the JATC apprenticeship and successfully completed the program in 1979. Davis worked as a journeyman for several years until assuming a management role in 1984. After taking on leadership responsibilities, Davis worked with the day-to-day production as well as estimating bids, personnel decisions and contract negotiations. Bob Davis Electric Co. Inc. was founded in Shreveport, La. in 1922 by Robert Milton “Bob” Davis, Sr. After Bob’s death in 1946, his son, Robert “Milton” Davis, Jr. took over leadership of the company and was named president. Upon Milton’s retirement in 1990, Kirk Davis assumed the role as president of the company and served as president until April 2019. Davis’s son Todd Davis took over the duties as president at that time and continues in that capacity. Bob Davis Electric is Shreveport’s oldest operating electrical contractor and does work throughout Louisiana and East Texas. The company covers all areas of electrical services, specializing in residential, commercial, and light industrial with an emphasis on power requirements for telecommunications companies, generator installations, and retail maintenance. Bob Davis Electric joined NECA in 1923. Since then, the company has been actively involved with NECA at the local and national level. Kirk Davis became involved when he attended his first national convention in 1979 in San Francisco. Locally, Davis has served on the Board of Directors and the Negotiations Committee and as Vice President and President. He has been elected to multiple terms as Governor of the North Louisiana Chapter, NECA. He also served as President of the Louisiana Council. Nationally, Davis served on the Marketing Committee, the Disaster Relief Fund Committee, and the Workforce Development Committee. He was inducted into the Academy of Electrical Contracting in 2011. Davis has served as the District 3 VP for the last four years. Davis has observed a gradual improvement in labor relations and working conditions for employees over the years, adding that there is now a heavier emphasis on better safety training and the needs of contractors to be successful. NECA offers members valuable resources through field services and educational programs. Kirk has been married to his wife Becky for 46 years. They have two adult children, Todd and Tricia, and five grandchildren, with whom they enjoy spending time. Family activities include beach trips, spending time at the family farm, family lake house, and attending LSU tailgates. Kirk and Becky are active in their church, First United Methodist Church of Shreveport.

Kirk Wahlstrom

Manager, Egan
Kirk Wahlstrom has over 24 years of experience in the mechanical engineering industry. He joined Egan in 2018 and leads the building automation team. He is a strong sales professional who is well versed in HVAC, operations, team building, energy efficiency, and management. Past leadership roles for Kirk include Building Automation Department Manager, Project Manager, and Group Manager, and he earned his mechanical engineering degree from Northwestern University.

Kyle Holmes

Sr Vice President, The Brandt Companies
Kyle Holmes is a Senior Vice President at The Brandt Companies, a MEP design/build firm based in Dallas, Texas. He oversees technology, business practices, and standards for MEP construction and service activities across multiple offices. Kyle helped develop the standards and workflow for BIM and FAB scope for sheetmetal, plumbing, piping, electrical, and mutli-trade assemblies. Kyle has spent over twenty-two years with Brandt in various roles including Field Installer, Design Engineer, Project Manager, Estimating Manager, and BIM Director. He is currently focused on improving productivity for both design and installation teams by maximizing the use of BIM and FAB for scheduling, fabrication, and cost analysis. His teams have helped implement custom software created by Brandt to get accurate data regarding true productivity in the shop and the field. Kyle has a passion for understanding all the different workflows in design and construction so that he can find opportunities to improve productivity and results. Kyle has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and worked as a consultant for refinery designers prior to coming to Brandt. He currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas, and frequently travels to Brandt’s other offices in Houston, and San Antonio. Kyle is married and justifies his horrible golf game by the fact that he loves to spend every spare minute with his wife and two children.

Lawrence Smith

VP & General Manager, Trimble

Lindsey Miller

Head of Sales, Document Crunch
Lindsey Miller is the new Head of Sales for Document Crunch. Lindsey attended Fort Hays State University on a track scholarship (400m hurdles) and graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. After graduation, Lindsey was immediately brought on as a Sales Representative for a large Power Tool company in New Orleans, LA. She was transferred to New York City where she achieved record sales in one of the toughest markets in the US. Throughout her 11 years in the construction industry, she brings experience in Distribution Sales, End User Sales & Strategy, Sales Team and National Account Management. Lindsey recently finished her MBA in December of 2020 from Strayer University, Jack Welch Executive MBA Program where she graduated with honors. She lives in Tulsa, OK with her rescue dog Pickles spending her free time at the lake or traveling with friends and family or doing CrossFit.

Marcus Ebenhoeh

BIM Manager, Dee Cramer
Marcus Ebenhoeh has worked in the construction industry for over 20 years. Starting with residential construction in the early 2000’s, Marcus joined the Commerical Construction Industry as a Sheet Metal Apprentice in 2006. While in the Sheet Metal Trade, his work experience is as a fabricator, installer, mechanical detailer, project manager, and currently is the BIM Department Manager at Dee Cramer INC. Construction Technology has always been an interest to Marcus where he has lead the implementation of Robotic Total Station layout and 3d Laser Scanning at Dee Cramer. In his personal time, Marcus enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife Tammy and daughters, Sadie and Sophia, reading books, and operating the family farm.

Mark Terzigni

Executive Director of Market Sectors and Construction Technology, SMACNA

Mark Terzigni is Executive Director of Market Sectors and Construction Technology. He started his career at SMACNA in 2008 as a Project Manager in the Technical Services Department. Early projects included SMACNA’s Seismic Restraint and Duct Leakage Testing Standards, as well as several apps such as The HVAC duct Construction App and the Leakage Testing Calculator. In 2014 Mark became the Director of Engineering and continued his work on SMACNA standards like the HVAC Duct Construction Standards and the System Air Leakage Test standard. Mark represents SMACNA at several industry organizations including ASHRAE (Past Chair of Duct Design), The International Code Council (PMG Code Council), International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Mark’s current role, effective 2021 has him working with the MEP Trade Associations such as MCAA and NECA on a number of joint projects and events.

Prior to working at SMACNA, Mark was a Sales Engineer and Technical Service Engineer for McGill Airflow. Mark has a BSME from The Ohio State University.

Matt Lamb

CIO, Rosendin
Matt has been working in the construction industry in one capacity or another for the last 20+ years. Currently he is the Chief Information Officers at Rosendin and is focused on brining new technology to the business and the construction industry as a whole. With his experience working for both a General Contractor and a Specialty Contractor he has been able to help mesh construction processes with new technology so that they are usable and functional for all.

Michael Parkes

Vice President - Power Group, O'Connell Electric Company
Michael Parkes was born and raised in Rochester, NY. He was a graduate of Honeoye Falls-Lima High School and went on to earn his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University in 2003. Upon graduating from college he worked as an electrical engineer for O’Brien & Gere and then TRC where he became a licensed professional engineer in the State of New York. After eight years of working in the engineering consulting field he took a position with his family’s electrical contracting business (O’Connell Electric) as the Power Group General Manager and in 2019 was promoted to Vice President – Power Group. Michael’s group manages all of the company’s utility accounts which covers substations, underground T&D and overhead T&D. Michael is responsible for over 300 field and office employees and approximately $200 million in annual revenue. Michael currently serves as the ELECTRI Council Chair, is an ELECTRI Trustee and is a NECA Innovation and Strategy Task Force Member.

Nathan Wood

Chief Enabling Officer, SpectrumAEC
Nathan Wood has emerged as an innovation thought leader across the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. Nathan’s experience with Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), Lean process improvement, and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) has led him to realize how even proven technology solutions can often result in adoption failure and lost ROI. Nathan blends his passion for open collaboration with real world skepticism to produce a pragmatic strategy for digital standards adoption in the AEC Industry. As Chief Enabling Officer of SpectrumAEC, Nathan addresses the people and process challenges with transformation through his thought leadership and innovation workshops. To address technology’s challenges, Nathan is also Executive Director of the Construction Progress Coalition (ConstructionProgress.org), a nonprofit organization advancing the adoption of digital collaboration standards between design, build, inspect, and operate professionals.

Perry Thompson

Lean Executive Director, Parsons Electric
Perry is Lean Executive Director at Parsons Electric. Perry's interest in construction began with his family's tradition of construction in carpentry and masonry fields. Perry served honorably in the United States Air Force. Following the service, he spent many years earning degrees in the technologies industry until he joined Parsons and began his electrical construction career where he has served for the last twenty years.

Robert Snyder Jr.

CEO, Binsky & Snyder
As a fourth-generation owner, Bob Snyder has worked and been involved in the mechanical contracting industry since his youth. Bob's experience spans all aspects of the business including Sales and Estimating, Project Controls and Management, Engineering and Drafting, Purchasing, Information Technology, and Financial Management. In addition to office and management experience, Bob worked in tool and fabrication shops, spent time on the road in a service van working in the field with service technicians and developed hands-on skills on projects working with the plumber and pipefitter craftsmen. As a graduate engineer, Bob has strong technical and design aptitude and has a vast understanding of both conceptual and technical aspects of mechanical systems. He also has a great level of experience in information technology and has been involved in designing the project control systems used at Binsky. Bob has devoted significant time to the Mechanical Contracting Association of New Jersey and Industry Council, currently sits on the Board of Directors, and holds the position of Secretary/Treasurer. In addition, Bob has served as a Trustee on Plumbers Local 24 and currently on Pipefitters Local 475. Industry Organizations and Roles Mechanical Contracting Association of America, Chairman of the Industry Improvements Committee, Member of Technology Committee Mechanical Contracting Association of New Jersey, Board of Directors and Past President United Association, Pipefitter Local 475, Co-Chairman for Trust Funds Plumbers Local 24, Past Trust Fund Member Local 24, Local 475, Local 274 and Local 9, Negotiating Committee NJ and PA Service & Refrigeration, Negotiating Committee International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers Education Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University, 1988

Ron Bailey

VP Business Development, NECA
Lt. Gen. Ronald Bailey is a national leader who joined NECA as Vice President, Industry Development, in 2020. At NECA, he is working on creating executive training programs, expanding the scope of workforce development, implementing diversity strategies, creating partnerships with institutions of higher learning, and leading the charge on recruitment programs that bring new, skilled workers into the industry. This includes a focus on recruiting ex-military personnel to NECA member companies and various Chapter positions. At his alma mater, Austin Peay State University, Bailey was a student athlete and member of the ROTC program. He graduated from the University in 1977 with a degree in biology. He was a varsity member of the football team, and he turned the skills he learned at Austin Peay into a distinguished career in the U.S. Marine Corps. In October 1979, he was assigned to Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina, as a Series Commander, Battalion S-3 and Commanding Officer of Company F, 2d Recruit Training Battalion. During this tour, he earned a masters degree in business management and administration from Webster University. From August 1997 to 1998, Bailey attended National War College, Washington, D.C., where he earned his second masters degree in national security strategy. In June 2013, Bailey was promoted to Lieutenant General and assigned to Headquarters Marine Corps as the Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policies, and Operations, where he served as the top Marine responsible for guiding deployment plans and force-structure policies. He also served as the advocate for the service's ground combat element, acting as a liaison between Marines carrying out missions worldwide and the leaders planning them in the Pentagon. Bailey went on to be the first African-American to command the 1st Marine Division where he oversaw more than 25,000 Marine and Sailors. "Leadership is about influence and relationships – relationships with the American people,” Bailey said, while serving as commanding general of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, “Our nation’s citizens expect us to be America’s expeditionary force in readiness committed to their protection at home and abroad; we will honor that expectation with the professional and empathetic execution of our mission within their communities nationwide." Bailey's awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal with bronze oak leaf, Legion of Merit with combat V, Meritorious Service Medal with 2 gold stars, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with gold star, the Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, and the Combat Action Ribbon. Bailey retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after 40 years of service, on September 1, 2017. Prior to joining NECA, he served as Vice President of External Affairs at Austin Peay, where he was responsible for Public Relations, Marketing, Advancement, Strategic Planning, as well as acting as President of the Foundation for the university.

Ronald T. McGuire

Director of Research, Development and Technology, International Training Institute
Ron McGuire originally had his sights set on the University of Minnesota — sheet metal work was just something his father did. Once he realized that college wasn’t for him, he took a summer job at a sheet metal shop, enrolled in the sheet metal program at St. Paul Technical College in St. Paul, Minnesota, and changed his life’s trajectory. After graduating from the 15-month program, McGuire entered the union apprenticeship and graduated in 1997. Three years later, he took a computer-assisted drawing class and jumped into heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) design as part of a five-member team at United Sheet Metal. When he became an instructor at Sheet Metal Workers Local 10 in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, his two careers merged and he began instructing computer-aided building information modeling (BIM). McGuire worked as a full-time instructor at St. Paul’s Technical College for two years before accepting a position with the International Training Institute (ITI), the education arm of the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation (SMART) workers, as its BIM specialist in 2009. In 2020, he was brought on as the ITI’s director of research, development and technology, where he will ensure thousands of apprentices and members are educated on technology’s leading edge.

Scott Berger

President, Arista Air Conditioning Corp.
Scott’s career can be defined in many ways by the phrase “service to others”. He has a true passion coupled with an impressive history of furthering the growth and development of others through strong leadership and collaborative learning environments. Scott’s dedication to the advancement of others is evidenced by his commitment to the multitude of organizations that continue to benefit from his experience, expertise and leadership ability.

Scott Hoffman

Shop Superintendent, The Helm Group
Scott Hoffman has been a sheet metal worker for over thirty years. He is currently the shop superintendent that manages sheet metal fabrication and assembly for Helm Mechanical in Rockford, Illinois. He has personally been a part of adding sheet metal fabrication to every shop he has worked in and the apprenticeship training center. In addition, he has spent 22 years as an instructor and 5 years as the Coordinator of Sheet Metal Workers Local 219 training center.Scott has been certified in all instructor-training classes that the ITI offers along with many other certifications in the trade. In addition to the training, he has received as an instructor he headed up the acquisition of a new training center for Sheet Metal Workers Local 219. He has been a presenter at the MCAA fabrication conference on Spooling. He is also a consultant to Roper Whitney manufacturing in Rockford Illinois.Work ethic, honesty and integrity are the things that Scott basis his daily work on. Hard work always pays off in the end and honesty and integrity always will gain respect and will make your path easier.Scott has been married to his Wife Margaret for 32 years. They have a 26-year-old daughter who just finished Law school and works at the courthouse and a 24-year-old son that works for UPS. Margaret is a Registered Nurse Manager. Scott loves working on cars and home projects along with singing in a gospel quartet for over 37 years.Every day we are faced with new challenges. Lee Iacocca once said, “We are continually faced with great opportunities cleverly disguised as insolvable problems”. My daily goal is to solve the problem.

Sean Lazarian

CFO, ESSCO
A third generation owner, Sean has participated in all aspects of the electrical construction company his grandfather started over 60 years ago. From fixing the company computers as a young boy to estimating as a young adult, and on to his current position as CFO, Sean has continued to use his technological gifts to enhance company operations. He currently sits on the Lutron Contractors Advisory Council and is a member of NECA's Innovation & Strategy Task Force.

Sean McGuire

Director of Innovative Technologies, MCAA
Sean McGuire is MCAA’s Director of Innovative Technologies.  He has more than 20 years of experience in the construction industry with a focus on technology, fabrication and innovation.  He leads MCAA’s efforts in construction technology, fabrication, research and plumbing.

Stacy Zerr

Director of PreConstruction Services, The Waldinger Company
Stacy Zerr works as Director of PreConstruction Services for The Waldinger Corporation headquartered in Des Moines, IA. An Iowa State University dual-engineering graduate, Stacy is a licensed Professional Engineer in six states. She also earned an MBA from Regis University. Her interest in construction began on her family’s residential construction business and her roles have included design engineer, estimator, project manager, and VDC manager. She previously worked for QuickPen and Trimble – software and hardware developers for the mechanical construction industry. Stacy is passionate about using technology to improve construction process, productivity, and safety. She enjoys collaborating with others and serves on the MCAA Technology Committee, Women in the Mechanical Industry Committee, MCAA Project Management Education Committee, and SMACNA Technology Committee. Outside the industry, she is on the Board of Directors for YMCA of the Rockies. Stacy and her husband, Randy, have been married for 21 years. They have 17-year-old twins, Tanner and Morgan, and three rambunctious dogs.

Steve Rose

Corporate Director of Prefab and Packaging, Rosendin Electric
Steve has been involved in the Union electrical industry for 40 years. He was a charter member of Rosendin’s Lean Steering Committee. He was a commercial electrical inspector for the city of Los Angeles from his retirement from Local 11 in 2006 until 2010. He left the city for the position of Field Support Services Manager for the southern California region of Rosendin Electric. He is currently the Corporate Director of Prefab and Packaging for Rosendin Electric. He is also a member of the city of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, and Los Angeles County Department of Building and Safety --Electrical Technical Advisory Committee. He has been with the Los Angeles County Electrical Training Institute since 1996, and has been one of their managing Senior Instructors since 2015. He prefabbed and packaged the first job he ever ran in 1986 and has also developed prefab and packaging departments for multiple contractors in the Los Angeles area. His current duties for Rosendin Electric include: Strategic planning and oversight of Rosendin’s ten regional prefab and packaging facilities, helping to smooth flow of prefab workflow processes and helping to promote standardization of processes across region lines, interacting with and helping to set up and support regional field support services operations facilities, design and creation of prefab shop specific tools; means and methods, and workflow processes and helping Rosendin reach its Prefab and Packaging goals of Creating Flow: Plan-Prefab-Package-Deliver.

Tauhira Ali

Executive Director of Industry Innovation, NECA
Tauhira Ali is a highly skilled technology strategist with more than 16 years of R&D and product design experience. As NECA’s Executive Director of Industry Innovation, she gathers insights from end users, industry experts, and tech providers to deliver awareness, education, and implementation strategies. Her work empowers the construction community to strategically leverage technical innovations and industry trends to overdrive process, productivity, and market share. Tauhira has held R&D positions in the computing, automotive, aerospace, robotics, construction, and public relations industries. Her product development work has influenced thousands of physical and digital solutions found on the jobsite. In addition to her passion for driving new solutions, Tauhira is deeply committed to expanding and empowering all voices within technical industries and has been honored to work closely with many affinity and mentorship groups to advocate and elevate all members of the workforce.

Tim Bodor

Manager of Virtual Construction, H.T. Lyons
Tim Bodor is the Manager of Virtual Construction for H.T. Lyons in Allentown, PA. He has over 20 years of experience in the MEP industry. He has worked on the MEP design side for over 17 years with an emphasis on Plumbing design and BIM/CAD. Has spent the last 11 years implementing and running the 3D laser scanning teams. He is an Autodesk Certified Professional for Revit MEP and an expert in phase based laser scanning.

Tim Riedle

VP of Engineering, Icon Mechanical
Tim has 19 years of experience in engineering mechanical HVAC and Piping systems. He has worked on both the contracting and consulting side and has a wide breadth of experience on multiple project types and delivery methods (plan and spec, design/build, design assist). Tim helps lead a group of 40 engineers and BIM designers. He brings engineering perspective to projects, clients, and team members in design and construction.

Todd Byxbe

Vice President, Miller Engineering Company
Todd Byxbe is the Vice President of Miller Engineering Company, one of the largest full service mechanical contractors in Northern Illinois. Based in Rockford Illinois, Miller Engineering Company serves it's customers needs in the HVAC, Sheet Metal, Electrical, Plumbing and Refrigeration services. Miller Engineering Company delivers value to their customers in the Healthcare, Retail, Industrial, Educational, Waste-Water Treatment, Government, High Rise, Hospitality, Energy and Mission Critical sectors. Todd is on the Board of Director for SMACNA and has worked at Miller Engineering for over 30 years. On a personal note, Todd enjoys playing competitive Ice Hockey, serving on numerous Committees and Boards both locally and Nationally. Todd's has 2 children: Grant (25) was a US Marine and currently is enrolled at DePaul University in Chicago. Mackenzie (24) lives in Milwaukee working for Kohl's Corporate as an Asset Allocation Specialist.

Todd Grossweiler

EVP, Allison-Smith
Todd Grossweiler has been with the Allison-Smith Company for the past 22 years where he is currently an Executive Vice President. Todd graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree prior to beginning his career with the Allison-Smith Company. He continues to seek out ways to innovate through processes, technology, and people. Maintaining good relationships with both his internal team and external customers is the foundation for his success. Todd believes that if you surround yourself with good people, then good things will happen.

Travis Voss

Leader of Innovative Tech, Helm Mechanical
Travis came into the construction industry in 2016 from the software development world and is currently serving as the Leader of Innovative Technology at Helm Mechanical. Travis uses his experience in research, development, and the application of emerging technologies toward helping Helm Mechanical lead the construction industry's digital transformation.

Trent Leinbenbach

VDC and Technology Manager, VDC and Technology Manager
Trent serves as the Leader of VDC and Operations Technology at North Mechanical Contracting. Trent came from the trades as a Journeyman Plumber from the UA Local 440 in Indianapolis. He is also a veteran of the United States Army where he served as a Psychological Operations Specialist. Trent is also very involved outside of the day job where he sits on the MCAA Innovation Committee. He is also one of the Co-hosts and Co-founders of the Construction Dorkcast(Podcast). He also serves as a Delegate to the Construction Progress Coalition (CPC).

Woody Woodall

Consultant, Customer Focused Solutions
Woody Woodall is the managing principle of Customer Focused Solutions, Inc. He focuses on assisting contractors and associations achieve their strategic goals through education and collaboration. Woody has had a long and distinguished career in the mechanical contracting industry. He has held numerous positions in the mechanical field. By being so engaged in the industry, he has been able to see and experience the cutting edge processes that truly can make service groups the best in class in their areas. Woody started as a Steamfitter with Local 602 in the Washington DC area. After completing his apprenticeship, he went on to become an Instructor for the Union Apprentice Program in Washington, DC. Through his passion for teaching, he has since become an integral part of the education offerings with Mechanical Service Contractors Association (MSCA). He was instrumental in helping develop many of the educational offerings, including the HVAC 101 program and the Sales Institute. Woody has received many accolades through his career including Certified Instructor through the United Association, served on several committees through Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington (MCAMW), served as Chairman of the Education Committee on the national level, served on the Board of Managers of MSCA, was National Chairman of MSCA and received the “D.S. O’Brian Award of Excellence” for outstanding contributions to the industry. But his most prized award was “All Star Dad” awarded to him by the National Fathers Day Counsel and nominated by his children. Woody has retired from the day-to-day mechanical service business and is now focused full time on Customer Focused Solutions, Inc.

Zach Piercy

Director of Project Controls, Poynter
Zach has extensive experience with preplanning projects. Due to the nature of his work in large out of state projects, he has developed expertise in preplanning and scheduling for large projects with limited deliveries. In some cases, only one delivery could be coordinated for a multi million dollar facility. Zach handles project controls, schedule and equipment management releases for multiple projects. Zach’s ability to integrate technology into projects has enable him to become an excellent problem solver for challenging projects.