Speakers

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Olfa Hamdi
Founder & Executive Director
AWP Institute

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

10:50 am | Panel: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: AWP Lessons Learned

8:10 am | Making a Case for AWP: Advanced Work Packaging: Past, Present & Future

Yogesh Strivastava
Co-chair AWP Workface & Planning Committee
Construction Owners Association of Alberta

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

5:00 pm | Outlining the Vendor Selection Process & Identifying the Key Players to Cut Through the Noisy Tech Marketplace

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

8:50 am | Understanding Organizational Structure Requirements for Effective AWP Workflow

Javier A Olivo
AWP SME / Information Manager
Worley

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

2:30 pm | Understanding the Role of the Construction Team & Site Planning on an AWP Project to Offer a Project-Wide Perspective

Juan Parra
Project Controls Manager
Faithful + Gould

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

9:00 am | Outlining the Roles & Responsibilities of an Owner on an AWP Project to Nurture Collaboration

Manual Junco
Formally Senior VP
Jacobs

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

3:40 pm | Panel: Defining the Scope of Responsibility of Engineering, Procurement & Construction When Using AWP & Establishing KPIs for Each Silo

Leah Adrian
Work Package Coordinator
Zachry Group

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

10:50 am | Panel: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: AWP Lessons Learned

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

10:30 am | Implementing a System that Facilitates Effective Data Management Between Silos to Ensure Smooth Workflow

Eric Abbott
Area Superintendent
Rosendin Electric

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

11:20 am | Reviewing the Function of Smart Models in an AWP Project to Establish an Industry-Wide Understanding

Adrian Saldanha
Senior Field Engineer
PCL Construction

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

12:10 pm | Analyzing the AWP Relationship Between Engineering & Procurement to Assist Smooth Workflow

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

8:10 am | Streamlining Your First AWP Pilot: Steps & Considerations

Douglas Hill
Operations Manager
TeamBuilder Solutions

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

12:40 pm | Revealing AWP Implementation Tips on Small-Mid Size Projects to Understand Its Scalability

Ronan Ali
Project Controls Manager
RECON Engineering & Construction

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

1:50 pm | Assessing the Impact of AWP on Coordination Between Engineering & Construction to Identify & Address Potential Weak Spots

Nichole Carter
Implementation & Adoption Manager
Big-D Construction

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

3:40 pm | Panel: Defining the Scope of Responsibility of Engineering, Procurement & Construction When Using AWP & Establishing KPIs for Each Silo

Ed Anderson
AWP & Lean Specialist
Lean Implementation Services, Florida

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

2:20 pm | Exploring the Gap Between Lean Construction & AWP to Promote Productivity & Reduce Waste Simultaneously

Adam Wood
Director of Project Services
Bilfinger Westcon

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

3:40 pm | Panel: Defining the Scope of Responsibility of Engineering, Procurement & Construction When Using AWP & Establishing KPIs for Each Silo

Olangee Lawler
Planner/ Scheduler
Consultant

Day One

Thursday 13th December 2018

11:30 am | AWP Insights, Revealing Lessons & Takeaways to Assist Implementation

Jana Flynn
Change Management Advisor
AWP Institute

Day Two

Thursday 13th December 2018

3:00 pm | Leveraging AWP Maturity Assessments to Best Prepare for AWP Success