Join us for an Introduction to Lean training from Turner Construction Company’s Regional Lean Manager, Michael Scott, and Project Manager, Keith Mondock. Michael and Keith will present an overview of Lean Fundamentals and then the training will evolve into a practical exercise on Personal Kanban.
AGC of America recognizes Introduction to Lean Thinking and Personal KanBan as qualifying for continuing education hours towards the renewal of AGC’s Certificate of Management-Lean Construction (CM-Lean). Each hour of educational content is equal to 1 hour of CE credit. Attendees may earn up to 3.0 hours of CE credit by attending the virtual event.
Michael Scott, Regional Lean Manager, Turner Construction Company
Michael has an extensive background in Construction Operations and over 30 years of industry experience, that lend well to his current role. As Regional Lean Manager for Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His primary role is to strengthen the company’s adoption of a lean culture, lead and support efforts that are focused on enhancing value to our customers, nurturing a learning environment, facilitating continuous improvement processes, and maximizing team collaboration for all stakeholders.
Prior to his current role, Michael was based in India as Director of Operations, where he was responsible for operations management in the Western and Southern regions of India.
Keith Mondock, Project Manager, Turner Construction Company
Keith has spent the entirety of his 18-year career in the construction industry with Turner Construction Company, working out of their Philadelphia Business Unit. Keith has served in a variety of roles including cost, preconstruction, and field operations—both on large-scale projects and in Turner’s Interiors and Special Projects Division. Currently, Keith is a Project Manager supporting the team constructing the office building portion of a global headquarters project.
Prior to his current role, Keith was Turner’s Regional Lean Manager for Pennsylvania and New Jersey. As Regional Lean Manager, Keith supported Turner’s Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Somerset, New Jersey Business Units’ efforts to strengthen the company’s adoption of a lean culture throughout the organization.