Owner Roundtables – Interactive Discussions with Owners on Their Issues

By on August 27, 2018
When:
09/27/2018 @ 7:00 AM – 9:30 AM
2018-09-27T07:00:00-05:00
2018-09-27T09:30:00-05:00
Where:
LiUNA Event Center
4532 S Lindbergh Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63127
USA
Cost:
$40 Member/$70 Non-member
Contact:
Beverly Flowers
636-394-6200

Owner Roundtables

Interactive Discussions with Owners on Their Issues

DATE/TIME:
Thursday, September 27, 2018
7:00am – 9:30am

LOCATION:
LiUNA Event Center
4532 S. Lindbergh
St. Louis, MO 63127

Roundtables provide the opportunity for people the share their expertise in a given area. They can bring together all parties … Owners, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, design professionals, labor leaders. They are intended to be interactive, allowing & encouraging all attendees to participate in the discussion and analysis of the issue.

Each Roundtable will address a different topic. Roundtable facilitators will introduce the scope with a brief introduction offering views and experiences. Then each will seek your experiences and opinions in open discussion.

Click here to rank your top choices for each person registering. Each person may participate in TWO Roundtables.

A  Terrence Acrey, Monsanto Co.
Safety Professionals Certification Benefits
B  Todd Antoine, Great Rivers Greenway
T B D
C  Shawn Bailey, Northstar Management
Coordination of Multi-Phased, Complex Projects in Occupied Facilities
D  Scott Bennett, Parkway School District
Communnication Standards Using Today’s Technology
 Scott Korte / Kyle Burke, Bunge
Best Practices in Program Management
F  Ryan Carlie, Opus Group
  – Developing in St. Louis – Benefits, Opportunities & Challenges
Rhonda Carter Evans, Illinois American Water
Inclusion’s Value to a Strong Economy
H  Matt Crosby, DuPont
Best Practices Only Good as Supporting Systems
I  Geoffrey Drumm, Bunge
Best Practices in Project Risk Management
J  John Early, Regions Bank
Challenges in Chain Store Retail Development
Rick Eastman, Ameren Corp.
Ameren Missouri’s Smart Energy Plan
L  Monty Griffin / Kurt Ohlau, Bunge
Scheduling for Successful Projects
M Charles Henson, BJC HealthCare
Choosing the Right Opportunity & Capacity
Craig Holan, Southern Illnois University at Edwardsville
Managing Occupied Work Sites While Under Construction
O  Dan Kerkemeyer, Monsanto Co.
Project Substantial Completion, Punchlist & Checkout
P  Mary Lamie, Bi-State Development / St. Louis Freightway District
Raising the Region’s Logistics Profile
Timothy Nittler, Bi-State Development / Metro
Upcoming St. Louis Transit Projects
R  Bill Schnell, Missouri Department of Transportation
MODOT Local & Statewide Issues
S  Stephanie Smith / Gregory Parrott, Washington University
Supplier Diversity & Contractor Pre-Qualification
T  Mariela Tapia-Alpaslan, University of Missouri
Human Factors in Project Management
U  Richard Unverferth, Metropolitan Sewer District
Consent Degree Changes, Stormwater Proposal & Capital Program
V  Susan Wilson, Army Corps of Engineers
Obstacles Working with Government

Who should attend?
• Owners
• Construction Managers
• Contractors
• Subcontractors
• Design professionals
• Labor leaders

PDH & LU credit — This program has been designed to permit you to qualify for 1.5 Professional Development (PDH) Hours for Professional Engineers under Missouri statutes and 1.5 Learning Units (LU) through the American Institute of Architects.

How to Register:

> Fax or mail the registration
> Link to http://www.slccc.net/calendar_list.asp
> Use the QR Code

Registration Fees:
$40 Members*
$70 non Members

 

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