Revolutionary Change in Construction: Share Your Bold Story of Innovation

Posted on November 27, 2017 in General Industry - 0

The construction industry is facing disruption. Like any industry facing sweeping change, we can either choose to innovate and surpass expectations — or we can sit back and let the shift overcome our businesses.

Stephen Mulva and CII recently unveiled a draft Manifesto calling for transformational change in our industry (see below). Continuum Advisory Group has been a proud partner in this effort, coordinating workshops throughout the country that have provided input for this Manifesto. These discussions have also laid the groundwork for the 2018 CURT Owner Trends Study.

To further drive this change, we now invite leaders to share their stories of bold and innovative strategies to achieve success. We want to hear more about transparency, trust, under-funding of R&D, and fragmentation. We also want to hear how your team is overcoming these challenges. If you have a story of bold and innovative strategies in project execution, we want to feature it! We also welcome nominations from throughout the construction industry.

This information and study will tie into the 2018 CURT National Conference theme of Leading Strategies to Optimize Project Outcomes and will highlight the stories of owners that demonstrated excellence in a variety of areas.

We can lead this change or be overcome by it. We can achieve improvements in cost, schedule, quality, and safety performance results to support the needs of our citizens. We gathered some of your stories at the recent CURT November member meetings in Atlanta. Please continue to share your stories with us. Contact Kelcey at khenderson[at]

Together, we can move our industry forward.

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Kelcey Henderson

As President of Continuum Advisory Group, Kelcey works with capital asset owners, utilities, contractors, engineering firms, building material suppliers, homebuilders, and construction industry associations. Kelcey specializes in strategic planning facilitation and the development of integrated project teams. She is experienced in process improvement efforts, the design and development of dashboards and analytical tools, team assessment utilities, and process and project management frameworks. Kelcey is passionate about collaborative culture development and implementation.