The Anatomy of a Decision in Construction

In this bonus episode, our host sits down with Kurt Neubek to dissect Decision Making in Construction. You won’t want to miss this eye-opening breakdown of our decisions and where they break down.

Kurt Neubek is an architect and Firmwide Healthcare Practice Leader with Page, a 750-person architecture/engineering/interiors/planning/consulting firm ranked in the top ten A/E firms in the US. Kurt has been with Page 27 years, and he has delivered tens of millions of square feet of projects across the globe. He is widely recognized as one of the top architects in the country specializing in strategic planning, healthcare architecture, and Lean project delivery. An author and frequent speaker at national conferences, Kurt is a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects, Fellow in the Health Facility Institute, Certified Facility Manager, LEED Accredited Professional, Evidence-based Design Accredited and Certified, and a Six Sigma Black Belt. Kurt is also a faculty member for the Lean Construction Institute and the Construction Owners Association of America. He has presented at more than 100 regional, national, and international conferences. Kurt is well respected for sharing his insights into the future of healthcare facilities, planning for flexibility, Lean project delivery, and getting decisions that stick.

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