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Jeff Furlotte

Having the capacity to generate AWP influence is a key skill set for our change agents. We have been working with the industry over the last 10+ years developing a comprehensive understanding of what needs to happen, we have also been busy building the capacity to make it happen, through the acquisition and development of the right people.

Jeff Furlotte

Information Manager

Grandir dans la langue maternelle du Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada Jeff est Français, même si vous ne l’entendez dans son accent. (Growing up in New Brunswick, Canada, Jeff’s first language is French, although you can’t hear it in his accent). After completing a Steamfitter training program in Saint John, Jeff and his wife Tammy, traveled to Edmonton in 1998 to start his apprenticeship and their lives as Albertans. In 2002 the UE-1 project for Syncrude in Fort McMurray saw Jeff take on the role as trainer and administrator for KBR’s Last Planner program, which would turn out to be the foundation for the evolution of Workface Planning. After a short time with Jacobs, setting up WFP projects across Alberta and a COAA award for the Best application of a Best Practice, Jeff joined Insight-AWP as their first employee in 2007. He spent the next 4 years as the WFP manager on the SER project for Syncrude, where he also oversaw materials and documents for the Owner. The success of the project led to assignments with Insight-AWP on two more projects in Fort McMurray, then Saskatchewan and now he is on his second project in Houston.

Jeff’s diligence and vision applying ConstructSim software was a major contributor to the “Be Inspired ‘ award given by Bentley to his first project in Houston.

Like many Canadian transplants, Jeff is torn between his allegiance for the Montreal Canadians and his new love the Edmonton Oilers. His wife and two teenagers don’t have the same problem and typically make it to at least half of the home games always wearing their Oilers jerseys, making good use of Jeff’s season tickets