D1:  Advanced Project Controls from the Owner's Perspective

Wednesday - Thursday, June 27-28, 2018 (1.5 DAYS)
1.2 CEUs

Paul WilliamsInstructor:  Paul Williams
Paul Williams, Sr. Vice President of Pathfinder, LLC, has over 30 years Project Management and Project Engineering experience working for Owner and Contractor organizations in the Petroleum, Chemical Process, Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Food & Beverage industries. He has extensive multi-disciplined, hands-on engineering and construction experience, along with demonstrated competencies in planning, budgeting, contract review and personnel management. Paul has broad-based experience in project development from concept through start-up.
He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Drexel University. He’s a Licensed PE and Certfied PMP with memberships in AACEI, PMI & ASME.
Description
This session will build off the basic concepts of “Project Control from an Owner’s Perspective.” Advanced Project Control issues will be addressed including Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis, Engineering and Construction Productivity Evaluation and Influences, Schedule Analysis and recover options, Reporting and Contractor Oversight. Discussion will be conducted on project control requirements and language required in owner contract documents. Facilitators will also demonstrate some of the more common software tools for scheduling, risk analysis, cost estimating, etc. Participants will be tasked with various workshop exercises that will challenge their skills in project control and project recovery techniques.

Attendees will gain a hands on application of:
• Advanced methods for cost risk analysis
• Advanced methods of schedule risk analysis
• Execution Productivity Analysis Tools and Techniques
• Planning/Schedule Analysis Techniques
• Effective reporting methods/tools
• Advanced recovery techniques
• Standard Project Control Tools

Content:  Advanced

Key Learning Objectives

• Schedule Risk Analysis and Assurance
• Cost Risk Analysis and Assurance
• Engineering/Construction Productivity Evaluation
• Advanced Recovery Techniques

Knowledge Areas
Project Controls:
• Planning & Scheduling (Risk Analysis)
• Cost Estimating/Budgeting (Assurance)
• Risk Analysis/Management, Contingency Setting & Management
• Change Management
• Project Reporting/Communication (Productivity Analysis)

Agenda

Day 1
 1:00 - 2:00  Introduction
   -Safety Moment
   -Seminar Objectives
   -Participant Expectations
   -Participant Appraisal Form
 1. Project Controls Perspective 
 2:00 - 2:15  BREAK
 2:15 - 3:30  2. Scope Assessment
 3:30 - 3:45  BREAK
 3:45 - 5:00  3. Schedule Risk Analysis
    -Approach
    -Methodology
    -Tools

Day 2  
 8:00 -10:30  Workshop #1 - Schedule Risk 
 Analysis
 10:30 - 10:45  BREAK
 10:45 -12:00  Workshop #2 - Cost Risk Analysis
 12:00 - 1:00  LUNCH
 1:00 - 2:00  5.  Engineering/Construction Productivity
 2:00 - 2:15  BREAK
 2:15 - 3:30  Workshop #3 Productivity
 3:30 - 3:45  BREAK
 3:45 - 5:00  6. Reporting/Communication
   -Open Forum on Seminar Topics
   -Participant Appraisal Form
   -Seminar Wrap-up



$1050 member / $1200 non-member

NOTE: Add $100 if you are not staying at the host hotel. Book your room before registering for the seminar to lock-in the rate listed above. Add $100 for late registration (after May 21) and an additional $100 for on-site registration. Seminar is subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met 30 days prior.  Please register by May 21.  Notification of seminar cancellations will be announced May 23.   

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