What construction technology is right for you? As technology companies continuously flood the construction industry with offerings, it has become a major challenge for construction companies to answer that question.
To help our members solve this challenge, the NECA Innovation team will be hosting a weekly webinar series highlighting fully-vetted construction technologies. Each session will be a sales-free educational overview of key functionalities and expert analysis on how a technology can be used in your business. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to help answer the question, "Is this the right technology for my business?".
This webinar is focused on helping the contractor utilize advanced features in Trimble Accubid Classic for successful business practices.
This program will be delivered by Ron King, Global Estimating Manager, and Robin Reinhard, Electrical Sales Manager, East Region, from Trimble MEP and moderated by Josh Bone, NECA's Executive Director of Industry Innovation and Lonnie Cumpton, NECA's Director of Construction Manufacturing.
Ron King has been employed by Trimble MEP since 2006 as Global Estimating Manager. Prior to joining Trimble, he was employed for 17 years by GEM Inc., a single-source contractor in Toledo Ohio, providing a broad range of construction services in multiple industries. Ron is also co-chairman of the MCAA WebLEM committee which is responsible for the formulation of labor units used for mechanical estimating. He also participates on the Pipe Fabrication Institute (PFI) Engineering Committee.
Robin Reinhard has been with Trimble for over 23 years and currently is the electrical estimating manager serving the east region. Prior to joining Trimble, Robin worked as an electrical estimator using Accubid products.
Due to the large number of attendees participating in this event, we recommend you join the webinar 10 minutes early to ensure your audio connection is working properly.
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