MCL Construction is introducing a new position that will add internal value to its field employees and external benefits to clients.
Trevor Bruegman was recently promoted from MCL Superintendent to Field Operations Developer. In this new position, Trevor will help new employees acclimate and help all employees grow in their careers by utilizing the different project management resources provided by MCL.
He will be primarily responsible for making sure superintendents understand the programs they are using, locate efficiencies, and modify training. Regular use of these tools will lead to project outcomes above expectations with a more efficient timeline for our clients.
“Depending on where someone is at in their career or where they are coming from, people learn and retain MCL’s standard procedures at a different level,” said Field Operations Director Jason Jansen. “Trevor understands the tools provided and will be a one-on-one training resource outside of a group session.”
Trevor joined MCL Construction in 2019 as a superintendent. He promotes to this new position with ten years of experience in construction and additional teaching experience as an Adjunct Instructor in the Construction Program at Metropolitan Community College. His teaching experience and field knowledge will help expand the skill sets of our field employees.
“You are creating a better, more well-rounded leader and manager, not just a skilled craftsman,” said Bruegman. “Our internal growth is going to help MCL and our clients.”
Trevor will also be expected to meet regularly with our project teams to ensure that expectations are being met and hold the project team accountable for using the tools provided to them.
“Construction is all about pre-planning and the more you can plan on what you might encounter on the project is a huge benefit,” said Bruegman. “It makes you proactive instead of reactive.”
The resources provided by MCL that Trevor will help train on or be a resource for were implemented with a lot of thought and research by our leadership team. Everything we ask our field employees to do will benefit their experience and the owner’s experience.
“I want guys to progress in their careers,” said Jansen. “They must be doing this stuff and we have to give them the tools and the resources to not only do it but to be successful doing it and learning from it.”
MCL is committed to hiring and retaining the best employees so each of our clients is guaranteed the best building experience. Part of our retention promise is to provide each employee with opportunities to grow, learn, and progress in their career. The addition of the new Field Operations Developer position will help MCL and our employees take the extra step when executing a world-class project.
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