Mark Federle, PE, PhD, CPC, F. ASCE, CM-Lean
Mark Federle is currently the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the OPUS College of Engineering at Marquette University. Dr. Federle has been active with making industry based presentations on leadership, project management, lean, and ethics for the past 3 decades, he has spoken extensively at National, Regional, and State conventions on a variety of topics. He has published extensively on a variety of topics related to construction engineering. Mark is a licensed Professional Engineer, CM-Lean, and a Certified Professional Constructor and a member of the National Academy of Construction. Mark was awarded The Career Achievement Award by Rose-Hulman in 2005. He was recognized by AGC of America as Instructor of the Year in 2011. He has completed multiple projects for Electri, including a study of Pandemics and Construction Productivity and another study titled Measuring Productivity and the Impact of Prefabrication on Productivity. He is a frequent presenter at the NECA show and at chapters.