Vice President, Operational Efficiency
A Six Sigma Black Belt, Bert has leveraged lean manufacturing principles to increase bottom-line profitability and successfully manage startups, business turnarounds, cultural and organizational changes, and large capital investment projects. For nearly 25 years, he has been enabling leading manufacturing organizations to succeed.
As vice president of operational efficiency, Bert drives operational performance and a continuous improvement culture within BMC and is responsible for the company’s nationwide operating system. Bert focuses on identifying best practices, implementing process improvements, and enabling others to adopt lean manufacturing and continuous improvement techniques.
Prior to BMC, Bert held management positions within leading manufacturers, including Ingersoll Rand and ThyssenKrupp Elevator. At the University of Tulsa, Bert served as the manager of construction and design, leading projects delivered by in-house trade groups and outside contractors.
In 2010, Bert completed his formal education, earning an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology. He holds bachelor’s degrees in technology and environmental management from Oklahoma State and Northeastern State universities.