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Emerging Technologies—Smart Tools, UAVs and Others—and How They Relate to the Internet of Things

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM) (EDT)
90 minutes



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Savvy construction industry professionals confess that acceptance of technology is the future. A good number resist committing their time and resources while hoping to see results by using tech for sake of tech. Tech innovations are sweeping the industry to the point that even the standard issue hard hat is changing, in addition to new advances that benefit every area of the industry—for those that embrace the future. In this webinar, Michael McLin, Maxim Consulting Group, will examine some of the new technologies that are driving a more connected future.

This live, 90-minute webinar starts at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time/9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

Presenter: Michael McLin, Maxim Consulting Group

Michael McLin is the Managing Director at Maxim Consulting Group responsible for leading the business and guiding the strategic direction. Michael works with construction related firms of all sizes to evaluate business practices and assist with management challenges. Having worked in the industry, Michael has developed a practical and objective perspective to solving business challenges. 

Areas of specialization include: organizational assessments, strategic planning, project execution, productivity improvement, prefabrication, peer groups, and training programs. Mr. McLin is a nationally recognized, dynamic public speaker and published author.

Michael is also an experienced peer group manager having consistently run groups whose membership  represents some of the largest, most sophisticated contractors in the U.S. He has led electrical, mechanical, dry wall, fire protection, and heavy-civil and general contractor peer groups - both union and non-union.

With expertise in many facets of the business, Michael is adept at utilizing tools and analysis available to the peer groups to identify opportunities and challenges within an organization. His structured approach to running peer groups ensures all members have an opportunity to learn and grow.


Mr. McLin’s experience in the construction industry spans nearly two decades. He has worked for various contractors as a laborer, operator, CDL driver, foreman, estimator, asset manager, assistant project manager, project manager, and project executive. His project experience includes some of the most complex construction projects undertaken in the U.S. with nearly eight years on Boston’s $14.6BB Central Artery / Tunnel Project.


Additional Information
Event Contact:
Jessica Enochs
Contact Organization:
American Subcontractors Association - National (ASA)
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