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Influencing Process and Cultural Change When Adopting New Technology
Lecture    MSF7122
Guy Trapeni, Chris Johnson
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Technological change takes more than just the commitment to purchase. There is also a level of process and even cultural change that needs to be driven throughout an organization. Limbach is one of the nation’s premier mechanical contractors and in this session they will share insight into their decision to implement Fabrication ESTmep company-wide and how they managed this change both from a leadership and technological standpoint.

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 Guy Trapeni
Guy Trapeni
<p>Guy Trapeni, LEED AP<br> Vice President &amp; Director of Estimating Services<br> <br> Since 1986, the majority of his career has been with the Limbach Company where Guy has served in roles of estimator, project engineer and estimating manager for our New England office. Beginning in 2009, he assumed the duties of the Director of Estimating Services where he currently oversees the estimating processes, shared services, software implementation, sharing of best practices and the ongoing development of our preconstruction staffs at each of our operating units. His responsibilities also include risk analysis of certain projects during the bidding process.<br> During Guy’s career, he also worked for a major mechanical contractor for six years in the New York market as their senior estimator, along with a one year assignment as a project engineer on a large, complicated IBM project. Additional, he worked for an international construction management company, Bovis Lend Lease, from 2005 to 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts as their senior MEP estimator.<br> Mr. Trapeni graduated from the University of Vermont where he received his BA in Economics. He is also a LEED accredited professional.</p>

 Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson
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