DBIA Rocky Mountain Region’s May 20th Conference: “Culture of Integration: Great Teams Make Great Projects”
Denver, CO – The DBIA Rocky Mountain Region, is hosting their regional conference “Culture of Integration: Great Teams Make Great Projects” on May 20, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center from 7:30am – 6:00pm. Registration is open and same-day registration is also available. Below are highlights from the conference program.
Opening Session – How Teams and Integration Influence Success
This featured panel will discuss how owners value teams and where teams make an impact on a success of the project. Barb Jackson, University of Denver, will be the moderator and will “challenge” panel members on when and how team members are engaged to bring value to projects and to examine hurdles to allowing integration to occur. Panel members include:
– Transportation: Joshua Laipply, CDOT
– Water/Wastewater: Larry Wyeno, City of Longmont
– Healthcare: Clayton Mitchell, Kaiser Permanente
– Education: Mike Rush, Colorado State University
Closing Session: Selecting Projects Delivery Methods and Building Cohesive Teams
What decision points should owners consider when selecting project delivery methods? How can owners create a project environment that promotes team integration and group cohesion? This presentation will provide the latest research about how owners influence project outcomes through the selection of delivery methods and project teams.
Keith Molenaar will be the featured speak and is the K. Stanton Lewis Professor of Construction Engineering and Management and the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs in the College of Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. His teaching focuses on risk and decision analysis, cost engineering and project controls. His research focuses on alternative project delivery methods and risk analysis. Keith has published more than 250 journal articles, technical reports and conference proceedings.
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