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MOST hosts project management training

SIXTEEN CONSTRUCTION BOILERMAKERS completed the MOST project management course in Kansas City, Missouri, Jan. 7-10. The class teaches Boilermakers to lead the management of multi-craft projects and to make decisions that benefit the owner, the contractor and the union. Instructing the class were Skipper Branscum, retired MOST Administrator; Pittsburgh Local 154 retiree Gerry Klimo and Chicago Bridge & Iron retired contractor Mike Suplizio.

Pictured above front row, l. to r., Richard Ulbrich, L-647 (Minneapolis); Chris Linneweber, L-374 (Hammond, Indiana); Michael Dawson, L-433 (Tampa, Florida); Thomas Paul Clark, L-627 (Phoenix); Jaramie Hillard, L-85 (Toledo, Ohio); Adam Fabian, L-29 (Boston); Rose Lerini, L-154 (Pittsburgh); Glenn Undereiner, L-154; Tony Smarra, MOST; Marty Stanton, D-JS-CSO; and Bridget Connors, MOST.

Back row, l. to r., Daniel Eastwood, L-83 (Kansas City, Missouri); Klimo; Suplizio; Aaron Wallach, L-27 (St. Louis); Shane Duffy, L-28 (Newark, New Jersey); Fred Keith III, L- 85 (Toledo, Ohio); Troy Smith, L-374; Jesse Yourich, L-154; Thomas Donnelly, L-154; Steve Sampson, L-29; and Branscum.

For information about MOST’s project management training or other MOST offerings, visit www.mostprograms.com/program.

Published on the Web: March 5, 2019

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