How Women Can Maximize Project Certainty and Transform the Construction Industry

In an industry where 98% of projects suffer cost overruns and 77% percent run late, construction is in need of groundbreaking leaders. In this webinar, Angela Highland, CIT, CPC, sits down with Sandy Hamby, president and CEO of MOCA Systems, inc., and Doreen Bartoldus, NAWIC National President, to discuss their experience and how women can transform the construction industry. Listen in as these powerful women cover a variety of topics including:

  • How to maximize predictability on your jobsite
  • How to be a champion for yourself and advocate for process changes
  • How to deliver projects on time and under budget
  • How the next generation of women in construction can forge a path to become future leader

When: March 9 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET
Angela Highland, CIT, CPC

Sandy Hamby, President and CEO of MOCA Systems, inc.,

Doreen Bartoldus, PE, CCM, NAWIC National President

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Align job site data from daily field plans and the external schedule with collaboration tools and dashboards that greatly improve communication, productivity, risk and safety.

Handle change, mitigate risk

"A solution that bridges the gap between the master schedule and daily plan can provide a huge advantage."

- Nathan Thompson, Scheduling Manager for Lee Kennedy Company

Master schedule, meet field plan

By collaboratively managing project controls, more commitments are met, more projects stay on budget, ahead of schedule, and ultimately, in the end, people’s lives are made better.

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