About This Course:
Management of scope is a critical part of project management. Architects and design professionals of other disciplines may act as project leaders, who are responsible for ensuring that the owner’s business goal is satisfied. An understanding of how to get from a starting point to an end result is critical for the successful completion of a project with the owner’s expectations being met.
In this webinar, the project requirements process will be examined, and the difference between product and project scope will be discussed. An overview of the best practices for setting boundaries and management of stakeholder expectations will be offered.
Attendees will learn about the best practices for identifying and documenting the scope
The difference between product and project scope will be explained
The techniques for identifying requirements and managing changes will be discussed
Course Code: AIA 500ESMR
Accreditation: 1.0 AIA LU
About the Speaker:
PE, P.Eng. (Canada), PMP, WELL AP, LEED GA,CTSPrincipal Estimator at the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, possessing more than 20 years of experience in establishing and reviewing estimates for heavy civil construction projects of various types (aviation, passenger and freight rails, roadways and utilities, bridges and tunnels, etc.) and at all design stages (from order-of-magnitude through bid estimates), and proficient in both design-bid-build and design-build / fast-track projects. Currently assigned to be the lead estimator to the $13 billion JFK Redevelopment Program and responsible for conceptual estimate development and audit reviews. Previously worked for STV, Incorporated, Con Edison, MTA New York City Transit and MTA Bridges & Tunnels. Professional licences and credentials include:
Professional Engineer (PE) in New York State Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) in the Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) WELL AP USGBC / GBCI LEED Green Associate AVIXA Certified Technology Specialist