Next Generation Peer Group
“Selling a second generation company and now working harder for the succeeding company.”
Speaker: Glenn Kaneshige, President of Nordic / PCL Construction, Inc.
About the Speaker
As president of Nordic PCL Construction, Inc., Glen oversees buildings operations and has over 30 years of construction experience. He joined the PCL family in 2008. At that time, PCL acquired Nordic Construction Ltd., where Glen has been president and CEO for 10 years. Glen holds a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Michigan. In 2011, he received the Outstanding Union Builder Award from the Hawaii Carpenters Union, and is currently involved in several Hawaiian construction organizations, including the Carpenters Union Health & Welfare Fund and Masons & Plasterers Training Fund, where he is a management trustee. Glen serves as a board member for the Hawaii Benefit Administrators and is also an Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America Governor for Hawaii.
The Next Generation Peer Group is a pilot program that was developed to help next gen-ers transition into leadership roles within their family businesses by exposing them to various issues that may arise and providing a safe environment for in-depth discussion of business and personal matters. To help subsidize the cost of these meetings, participants are asked to pay an annual fee (July 1 to June 30) of $100 for the 1st person and $50 for each subsequent person from an FBCH member company. The fee is prorated to $50 for the first person and $25 for each additional family member for those who want to participate in the February and April 2015 meetings.