Wayne Moloznik


Wayne Moloznik is a Principal and Senior Facilitator with The Realignment Group, joining The ReAlignment Group consulting team in the fall of 2011 after 40 years building major projects around the US and the world. Wayne heads up the Denver, Colorado office and will train and coach Lean Design and Construction, facilitating, training and coaching owners, designers and builders in lean principles, tools and techniques including Last Planner® System (pull planning), Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Root Cause Analysis, Value Stream Mapping and Alignment Partnering.

Most recently a Clark Construction Vice President, retired in the summer of 2011.  Wayne is a veteran of the US Army serving in Viet Nam in 1970-71. Beginning construction in 1971, Wayne cut his teeth in residential and commercial in the Chicago area and around the US Midwest. He worked as Ironworker General Superintendent of the $2 Billion Byron Nuclear Power Plant in Byron Illinois, then moved east - 'way east - as a Building Superintendent of the $2 Billion King Saud University in Saudi Arabia.  Over the years Wayne accumulated experience with Federal prison, airport terminals and army hospital projects, and as Construction Executive for Clark at the Seattle-Tacoma Airport Expansion, LAC+USC Medical Center expansion Project, and pre-construction executive at the California Healthcare Receivership Program and the Highland Hospital in Oakland

His expertise includes:

  • National and International leadership as a construction executive and project manager
  • Leading public healthcare and other public project teams
  • Facilitation, training and coaching for lean capital project development
  • Lean design and construction implementation
  • Team building, collaboration and partnering
  • Organizational Realignment   
  • Meetings management