How Technology Advances Affect the Built World

Presented on:
October 27, 2021 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Technology advancements drive innovation in the built world forward. From software integration to big data analytics, organizations around the nation are transforming the way they do business.

Both technology-enabled and traditional organizations are implementing technology to harness quick and actionable insight to keep up with the vastly changing innovative landscape.

Join us for a panel discussion that brings together construction, technology, and real estate leaders to discuss how they’ve integrated technology to:

  • Increase communication
  • Deploy strategy
  • Streamline operations
  • Transform the customer experience
  • Rethink home and commercial development

Don’t forget to check out the other webcasts in our five-part virtual 2021 Building Opportunity Conference



Anil Ranavat, CFO, Homebound

Anil Ranavat is the CFO of Homebound, a tech-enabled homebuilding company. At Homebound, Anil has raised capital from institutional investors to accelerate the company's growth and has worked to build and manage Homebound's finance, accounting, and legal teams. Prior to joining Homebound, Anil spent approximately 15 years in private equity at HPS Investment Partners and Reservoir Capital, after starting his career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs.

Colin Wiel, Chairman and Cofounder, Mynd Property Management

Colin Wiel started his career at Boeing and has founded five companies since, including a Java programming consulting firm called and Starwood Waypoint (NYSE: SWAY), formerly Waypoint Homes alongside Doug Brien. Colin has multiple patents in artificial intelligence, and he developed a pioneering airplane brake solution for Boeing. He earned a spot on the Goldman Sachs Top 100 Most Innovative Entrepreneurs and was awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

Jon Marks, Chief Technology Officer, Swinerton

As a member of several industry and cross-industry technology groups, Jon’s commitment to growing Swinerton’s leadership in construction technology is unwavering. He takes pride in delivering innovative and sustainable services; is passionate about finding, implementing and supporting next-generation technology solutions; and is dedicated to ensuring the success of Swinerton’s employee shareholders. Jon has led various large-scale IT implementations; is the architect of Swinerton’s current integrated applications ecosystem; and led the reorganization of the “IT” department into the current Business Technology department.

Elaine Ervin, CPA, Partner & National Practice Leader, Construction, Moss Adams

Elaine has been in public accounting since 1986. She provides accounting and business advisory services to closely held businesses, with a focus on clients in the construction and real estate industries. Her close, hands-on approach to client relationships enables her to effectively and creatively advise clients on a wide range of business matters.

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