Presented by Anil Sivadas, President, Enventure Engineering, Mark Brumfield, Senior Principal and CEO, HEAPY, Dave Burstein, PSMJ Resources, Inc.

If you are like most architecture, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) firm leaders, your biggest hurdle to revenue growth is finding people to do the work…without compromising on quality, innovation, or client satisfaction. You’ve tried all of the creative ways to recruit local talent but still find yourself up against the same challenge. What if there was a better, scalable, and cost-effective way to overcome the seemingly endless talent constraint. There is!

In this FREE one-hour webinar, you gain valuable profit-boosting insights about how labor outsourcing helps leading firms like 220-person MEP firm HEAPY deliver results by partnering with Enventure Engineering. You get a first-hand look at actual outsourcing use cases, answers to your questions, and much more.

You learn:
• What outsourcing is and when it could work for your firm.
• How to manage the risks associated with an outsource model.
• The common misconceptions and misunderstandings of outsourcing.
• How to evaluate if outsourcing is right for your A/E/C firm.
• Plus answers to your questions!

If you have ever turned away quality work because you don’t have the people to do it, wondered if there is a cost-effective way to quickly expand your offerings, or considered an innovative approach to growing your team, this webinar is for you!

About your presenter:
Mark Brumfield, Senior Principal and CEO, HEAPY

Mark Brumfield is a Senior Principal and Chief Executive Officer. He started at the firm as a co-op and brings more than 35 years of leadership experience. Mark’s innovative leadership style strengthens and guides the firm to achieve our purpose – to build a more sustainable, well, and resilient society. He is passionate about delivering a superior customer experience. His goal is to invest in our colleagues, and make a lasting positive impact on our industry, our community, and our planet. HEAPY plans to achieve this through resilient and sustainable design (e.g., net zero, carbon planning). Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton, and is a professional engineer licensed in 17 states.