MCAA’s National Education Initiative (NEI) Seminars bring our best programs to your local association or your company thanks to instructors like Tom Williams, a retired mechanical contractor who shows contractors how to prosper while adding value to the complete construction process.
Before his retirement, Tom was the president of construction at McKenney’s, Inc. a multi-disciplined construction and engineering firm with offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina. During that time, McKenney’s annual revenues grew from $3 million dollars to $145 million dollars, posting profitable years every year after 1977.
Tom’s passion for teaching industry professionals to improve both their hard and soft skills is well known throughout the industry. He taught at MCAA’s Institute for Project Management (IPM) for thirty years and led development of MCAA’s Planning for Profitability: Your Guide to Successful Preconstruction Planning and Successful Project Management Flowchart. (The latter was also the basis for the recently released Successful VDC Management Flowchart.)
His Project Profitability (PP) Seminars for Construction teach company principals, top executives, foremen and key project management staff how to improve jobsite and office productivity while enhancing the value delivered to customers. The seminars provide those who attend with a better understanding of the construction process, the keys to productivity, and what can be done to maximize jobsite profitability.
Like our other NEI instructors, Tom brings his unique blend of industry and teaching experience to virtual courses, a new NEI offering. Providing top notch, accessible education for everyone in your organization is what the MCAA’s NEI is all about! Even during the COVID-19 era. Visit the NEI website for more information about these seminars and a full list of the NEI courses available to MCAA members.