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Are you a construction subcontractor looking for the next job? Want to expand your market? Looking for a long-term relationship with a top, nationwide general contractor? If your answers to any of these questions is “yes,” then you should register for this webinar.
Gilbane Building Company, is one of the largest privately held, family-owned general contractor construction firms in North America, with annual revenues of nearly $4 billion. With more than 50 offices worldwide, Gilbane has a vast market reach, touching a wide variety of building construction work—from schools and hospitals to commercial office buildings, sporting complexes and more. As such Gilbane, constantly needs qualified subcontractors to help it deliver the high quality construction projects for which it is known.
During this webinar, key representatives from Gilbane will:
• Provide an overview of the company, its history, its values and its markets—geographic and construction project types;
• Discuss specific construction market segments, geographical areas, and projects for which it is looking for subcontractors and the various specialties sought;
• What Gilbane is looking for in subcontractor companies (quality, experience, bonding, so forth); and
• How to be considered for bidding on Gilbane subcontracts and the various preapproval processes and more.
Craig A. Wagner
Chief Purchasing Agent
Gilbane Building Company
Craig Wagner is Chief Purchasing Agent for Gilbane Building Company in the Central Region, covering Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania. Mr. Wagner joined Gilbane in 1998 and during his tenure held numerous roles in Operations and moved into Purchasing in 2004. Mr. Wagner is responsible for oversight of the Procurement process for the Central Region. In his role he works with the project teams to develop buyout strategy, identify potential bidders, ensure the bidders have completed the Prequalification process, receive and analyze bids, and issue and execute Trade Contract Agreements. Mr. Wagner works with Gilbane Insurance Group’s Centralized Prequalification Group for the review of all of the Central Region’s subcontractor prequalification applications. Mr. Wagner has awarded hundreds of Trade Contract Agreements on over 120 projects.
Prior to taking the Purchasing position, Mr. Wagner worked in Operations as a Project Engineer and Superintendent on Government Agency, Corporate Office, and Higher Education projects in Columbus, OH. During his tenure as Chief Purchasing Agent, Mr. Wagner has been involved in the development and implementation of Gilbane’s iBidPro online Prequalification and Bidding website.
Mr. Wagner is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.
Gregory L. Jasina
Director of Subcontract Risk Management
Gilbane Building Company
Greg Jasina is Director of Subcontractor Risk Management for Gilbane Building Company. Mr. Jasina joined Gilbane in 2004 and during his tenure has held numerous roles in Operations and Support Operations ultimately joining the Gilbane Insurance Group in 2012. Mr. Jasina is responsible for various aspects of subcontractor risk management across Gilbane’s operations. In his role with the Gilbane Insurance Group, Mr. Jasina manages Gilbane’s Contractor Default Insurance (CDI) program, Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP) administration, Subcontract insurance terms and conditions and Subcontractor Certificate of Insurance auditing. Mr. Jasina leads a team of Subcontract Risk Managers and Analysts who work closely with subcontractor partners managing prequalification, insurance terms and conditions modifications, safety evaluation, and certificate of insurance compliance. In 2012, Mr. Jasina implemented a Centralized Prequalification Group to coordinate and perform the review of all subcontractor prequalification applications. This centralized team performs approximately 10,000 reviews on 4,000 subcontractors annually and collaborates with Gilbane’s legal, safety, purchasing and operations departments.
Prior to joining the Gilbane Insurance Group, Mr. Jasina has worked in Operations managing several projects for Gilbane’s Special Projects Group, as well as serving as a Project Engineer and Superintendent on several large K-12 and Corporate Office projects. After graduating from Gilbane’s Management Training Program, he worked as a Purchasing Agent in Gilbane’s New England Region providing procurement support for numerous projects in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. In addition to his operational experience, Mr. Jasina has utilized the technology experience gained while working on Gilbane’s financial system migration project to improve the integration of new technologies into Gilbane’s risk management procedures.
Mr. Jasina is a graduate of The Catholic University of America with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a concentration in Construction Management.
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