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Fireside Chat: How Wilkie Sanderson Increases Transparency with OpenSpace

In this recorded fireside chat, we feature a conversation between Josh Berger, Sales Manager for the Trades at OpenSpace, and David Holt, Field Superintendent at Wilkie Sanderson. With headquarters in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, Wilkie Sanderson manufactures fine wood cabinetry, institutional case goods, solid surface products, and architectural millwork. The company sought a solution to increase efficiency, and in this conversation, you’ll hear why the innovative company selected OpenSpace reality capture.

Watch this on-demand presentation to:

  • Learn how OpenSpace brings transparency to help the company hold all contractors and subcontractors accountable, mitigate risk, and boost efficiency.
  • View a project in the OpenSpace platform to understand how easy it is to verify installed work, avoid disputes, and minimize destructive investigations.
  • See how the company uses OpenSpace’s Field Notes feature to document issues, align with others on the project, and increase efficiency.
  • Get a customer’s perspective on the value and ROI of OpenSpace.

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About the Speakers

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Josh Berger

Sales Manager - Trades, OpenSpace

Josh Berger is Sales Manager for Trades at OpenSpace and brings a decade of industry experience in construction and real estate. He held several roles in sales, real estate development, and leasing prior to joining OpenSpace. Josh earned a bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin.
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David Holt

Field Superintendent, Wilkie Sanderson

David Holt is a Field Superintendent at Wilkie Sanderson, where he has worked since 2018. He brings a host of technical skills to his role and nearly a lifetime of construction industry experience that dates back to his childhood. David studied Building Construction and Construction Management at Utah Valley University.
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