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Scott M. Tierney: Managing the Worksite of the Future

Posted: 3/10/2008

Snowed in at his home near Albany, N.Y., and unable to fly to Las Vegas in time to participate in ENR's "Equipment of the 21st Century" summit and panel discussion on March 10, Scott Tierney, a construction manager for Cianbro Corp., talks over the phone about his vision for the worksite of the future and his role at the innovative Destiny USA project in Syracuse, and what will be on his mind when he comes to Las Vegas later in the week for CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2008.

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Cianbro Corp.

Scott M. Tierney
Construction Manager, Cianbro Corp.

After graduating from Cornell University, Tierney founded and managed his own construction business until joining Cianbro in 1996. He has held positions of project superintendent and project manager on heavy civil, industrial and marine projects, and he is currently working at the Destiny USA project as the construction manager in charge of operations. Tierney is responsible for overseeing all of the prime contractors' work; coordinating their schedules; logistics and tracking the work in progress; as well as managing change. In addition, he is involved in a number of client-driven initiatives including "Go Green" recycling, alternate energy production, technology implementation (going 100% paperless), utilizing biodiesel and helping the client develop an "innovator workforce" that will transition from building the expansion to managing the finished product.

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Editor & Host: Tudor Van Hampton
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