WiMI Minute – Meet the Women of WiMI: Shaabini Alford

August 13, 2019
Each month we will introduce an MCAA/MSCA woman leader, faculty advisor or student involved in our Women in the Mechanical Industry Initiative. These one minute videos will help you learn a little more about them, their careers, how they got into the industry and why WiMI is so valuable to them.

This month we feature Shaabini Alford, Vice President of Project Management and Design Build at Murray Company.

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Tune in Tomorrow at 1 PM EDT. Paul Stynchcomb, William Ibbs and John McNerney will discuss MCAA’s newly updated Change Orders, Productivity, Overtime manual, and how to use it to quantify a loss of productivity (LoP) impact caused by COVID-19.

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On Friday, August 7 at 2 p.m., join John and Rick Gopffarth (VP of Preconstruction; Dynamic Systems, Inc.), as they discuss the ‘front end’ of mechanical construction, a process which sometimes takes longer than it does to actually build the project. http://ow.ly/pfZL50ANKSA

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