KANSAS CITY, MO. — Design and engineering firm CRB announced Sept. 21 the addition of Tammy McConaughy as director of lean delivery to the company’s Denver, Colo. office, where she will develop, facilitate and support CRB’s international lean design and construction programs.

“Tammy is a wonderful addition to our team,” said Mike Barrett, vice president of project delivery services. “She will implement corporate initiatives and lead practical application trainings so that CRB’s project execution teams can use the latest lean practices to provide our clients with the many benefits of lean project delivery.”  

Tammy McConaughy, director of lean delivery for CRB's Denver office.Tammy McConaughy, director of lean delivery for CRB's Denver office. (Photo courtesy of CRB) 

McConaughy joins CRB most recently from JE Dunn, where she was a senior lean specialist focused on coaching and supporting teams in utilizing lean tools. She brings 18 years of experience in the construction industry and 15 years of experience applying lean principles to capital projects.

A Six Sigma black belt and certified national trainer with the Lean Construction Institute, McConaughy provides industry classes on the topics of: Lean Project Delivery, The Business Case for Lean, Target Value Delivery, Big Room Mindset, Last Planner System® and Gemba Walks. She is also a contributing author to the LCI published book, “Target Value Delivery: Practitioner Guidebook to Implementation.”

Hiring McConaughy supports CRB’s commitment to lean delivery through their ONEsolution™ integrated project delivery approach.

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