1400 North 14th Street, 12th Floor
Arlington, VA 22209
LCI Central Indiana Community of Practice
Risk Management Metrics for an IPD Project
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
This will be a panel discussion of real world examples of how project teams use multiple styles of metrics to manage risk on IPD projects.
Rod Foley, Vice President, Preconstruction Leader and Estimator. North Mechanical – Rod has been with North Mechanical since 2000 and became part owner in 2015. Prior to joining North, Rod received his BS in Building Construction Management, specializing in mechanical construction from Purdue University in 2000. He completed the Mechanical Contracting Association of America’s Institute of Project Management (IPM) course as a student in 2004, and now serves as a member of the instructor staff.
Mike Castor, Vice President, Anova Technical Services – As a professional engineer with extensive Lean education, Mike is a recognized expert with 30 years of design and construction experience. In his career, Mike has been continually dedicated to project delivery that improves client value and performance. His expertise in Lean methodologies and complex project design has allowed him to successfully lead diverse groups toward shared goals and outcomes while facing some of the most rigid constraints. As Vice President for Anova Technical Services, one of the nation’s premier Owner’s Representative firms, Mike leads partnerships with clients in healthcare and pharmaceutical markets.
Matt Konopka, Project Executive, Messer Construction – Matt began his career with Messer in 2005, after receiving a B.S. in Construction Management from Purdue University in 2004. His project leadership includes educational facilities, hospitals, laboratories, office buildings and parking structures. Matt is a Project Executive in Messer’s Indianapolis region, and has been engaged in two Integrated Project Delivery ventures – The Riley Hospital Simon Family Tower at IU Health and the Lilly SMDD Research Lab. He serves on the Construction Advisory Council for the Purdue Construction Management program, and also serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Indianapolis Habitat for Humanity.
Samantha Zabonick, Project Controller, Faithful+Gould – Samantha is a graduate of Northwood University with an Accounting and Finance degree. She has been with Faithful+Gould for four and a half years, working in project controls. Samantha has been part of three IPD projects ranging from $26 to $77 Million.
Registration and Networking – 3:30 to 4:00 – Program will start at 4:00.
Please plan to stay after the program.
Ryan Fireprotection will be conducting demonstrations at 5:00 p.m.