Join us on Wednesday, April 18, 2012 in Cincinnati, OH for this CURT best practices workshop on capital project delivery. Here's a sample of what you will learn...
…how the best performing firms utilized a robust risk management approach to support more effective and lower risk capital asset go/no go decision making regarding when and where to build.
…why the U.S. is on the verge of an economic, financial, manufacturing, and capital construction resurgence and how proactive and farsighted owners are ahead of the curve. This panel will help you walk through the data and avoid becoming this lost manager!
…that FIATECH, CURT, and other like-minded owners and associations are transforming the capital construction supply chain. They are helping serial building owners to avoid the traps of a decentralized program information and instead are creating a system that is efficient, effective and reduces risk to all stakeholders!
…that a transformation of the US energy economy is underway from the inside out and the underground up and will result in hard to predict changes to the pivot points that drive the location and nature of capital construction decisions. Witness recent announcements by Republic Steel and VM Star to undertake significant steel plant expansions to their facilities in the OH/PA region…an announcement that less than 24 months ago would have almost been inconceivable by most Americans.
… how to listen and understand what the new generations entering the construction industry workforce are capable of helping owners accomplish through technology and social media to ensure the pursuit and achievement of safety, quality, and productivity standards even given the leaner professional staffs many owners face.
The purpose of this session is to offer support for both experienced and novices in their constant challenge to maximize efficiency and productivity in capital project delivery. Through the experiences of those who have implemented programs on existing projects and for specific new projects, participants will learn about the principles, pitfalls and suggestions for improvement from those who have learned through direct engagement in initiating change. The workshop is formatted to permit all attendees to actively participate and to engage in interactive discussions with others facing the challenges of doing more with fewer resources.
Who Should Attend: Owners, contractors and others who recognize the challenges that exist in today's economy and want to learn what owners expect for construction project delivery.
For more event information and to sign up for the workshop, click REGISTER.
$289.00 for CURT Members
$349.00 for non-Members
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