January 14, 2019 — Construct-X has expanded its management team with the hiring of Tedd Weitzman as a Principal Consultant. Weitzman is widely recognized as a premier thought leader in the areas of digital threads, lifecycle information management, cultural change management, and driving business process improvements for return on investment. In his new role, he will work with Construct-X clients in providing expertise and guidance in digital transformation for operations and maintenance, as well as technology integration, information management, business process development, Advanced Work Packaging, and next-generation BIM-enabled Lean Construction.
Weitzman comes to Construct-X from Southern Company’s Engineering & Construction Services (E&CS) organization, where he worked for the past 18 years, most recently as a program/project manager responsible for building and maintaining a fleet of fossil and hydro power plants. Weitzman was a founding member and project manager for E&CS’s Performance Improvement Team, which is directly responsible for value-add business process innovation and technology deployments for large capital project executions and digitally enhanced operations and maintenance. In this role he created a comprehensive fleet-wide strategy for the digital transformation of brownfield facilities, including business process development and tool stack development and deployment.
“We are very happy to have Tedd Weitzman join our management team,” said Fernando Espana, President of Construct-X. “Tedd’s deep industry expertise in creating and deploying better business processes and information management strategies and systems in heavy industry will be highly valued by our clients who seek to optimize their processes and increase their ROI. Weitzman has a long track record of engaging stakeholders in the adoption of new processes, and we look forward to working side by side with him on the exciting initiatives we will tackle in 2019 and beyond.”
Weitzman is a prominent figure in construction industry circles, currently serving as Chair of the Construction Industry Institute’s (CII) FIATECH Committee and as a member of the core team responsible for merging FIATECH operations with CII in 2018. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in History from Oglethorpe University.