National Building Museum Presents 2013 Henry C. Turner Prize for Innovation

. November 25, 2013

Turner Construction Company and the National Building Museum are pleased to announce the selection of the Lean Construction Institute as the recipient of the 2013 Turner Prize. The Prize, established in honor of the company’s founder, Henry C. Turner, recognizes significant achievement, innovation, and exemplary leadership.

To mark the occasion, on Wednesday, December 4, from 6:30–8:00 pm, Greg Howell, Lean Construction Institute co-founder, Dan Heinemeier, executive director, and Victor Sanvido, board chair, will give a presentation on the benefits of lean and share their vision of lean’s future. Following this talk, they will join a panel of property owners, designers and builders to discuss how a lean approach benefits the building industry. Panelists include: Ken Jones, vice president, general manager, Turner Construction Company; Bill Seed, vice president, Design and Construction, Universal Health Services; Tom Sorley, chief executive officer, Rosendin Electric; and Jan Tuchman, editor in chief, Engineering News-Record. To purchase tickets or to learn more about the event pleases visit: Additional information on the event can be found at: go.nbm.org/Turner

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