Skanska Hires Chris Maslyk as Scheduling Director

April 9, 2018
Skanska has announced the hire of Chris Maslyk as Scheduling Director, in support of its building construction business in California.

Skanska has announced the hire of Chris Maslyk as scheduling director, in support of its building construction business in California.

Maslyk brings more than 32 years of experience managing the planning, production, and construction of both domestic and international projects to this role. He will utilize his keen analytical skills and experience to support Skanska’s customers by developing CPM schedules, evaluating build sequences and assessing risk to ensure timely delivery of projects throughout the region.

The number of projects requesting Lean expertise is growing, and Maslyk brings exceptional skills and knowledge in this arena.

As a member of the Lean Construction Institute, Maslyk has a passion for continuous improvement and reducing waste by implementing Lean techniques such as pull planning and the Last Planner System. This passion for such methods are great because it provides a greater reliability on schedules and potential for time savings, but it also provides a method for full collaboration allowing a project team to create a culture that looks at a process and maximizes resources to deliver the most value with the simplest effort.

Through his years of experience in executing and training for internal process improvements and Lean implementation with project teams, Maslyk reinforces Skanska’s Lean journey as a company and helps to instill a culture that maximizes the value employees throughout Skanska can offer customers.

“We always want to enable new possibilities for our customers and Chris brings an approach that will help us bring their visions to life sooner,” said Skanska USA Building Senior Vice President Raul Rosales. “As we grow our building business in California, Chris will be instrumental in supporting our project teams and the customers they build for.”

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