Project Management Bootcamp Objective
This information-packed seminar compresses a lifetime of experience and insight into two days. You gain an understanding of the techniques and strategies of today’s most successful project managers.
The result is a seminar brimming with practical information you can act on immediately to improve the projects you work on every day. Effective and efficient delivery of projects is the lifeblood of every A/E/C firm. Those in leadership positions make themselves more valuable to the firm to the extent they understand the vital relationship between strong project management and staff morale, revenue growth, repeat business and profitability. Some key areas that will be covered are:
Your Bootcamp Instructor
Bill Hinsley – Bill has been involved with the A/E/C Industry for more than 12 years. Previously he was a Senior Management Analyst for two governor’s commissions focused on Everglades Restoration. In addition to being a trainer with PSMJ Resources Inc., he is an Associate Vice President with ARCADIS, an international company that provides consultancy, design, engineering and management services in the fields of Infrastructure, Water, Environment and Buildings.
At ARCADIS, Bill is a market sector manager focused on client development for ARCADIS’ US Water Management Practice. His responsibilities include project direction and management, quality review, business development, proposal preparation and resource management. From a technical perspective Bill is bringing lessons learned from Everglades and Louisiana Coastal Area restoration efforts to the Puget Sound Nearshore and California Bay-Delta Programs.
His extensive project management experience includes planning, engineering, procurement and management of large civil works projects ranging in capital value from $1 million to $11 billion. Following Hurricane Katrina, Bill led his firm’s proposal, negotiation and ramp-up efforts to provide consultant program and project management support to the USACE New Orleans District’s repairs to the Southern Louisiana Hurricane & Storm Damage Risk Reduction System.
Bill is experienced in managing numerous diverse water resources and ecosystem restoration planning efforts. His career has focused on the planning and development of large-scale, long-term water resources programs and encompasses the development and authorization of USACE’s largest ecosystem restoration projects: the Florida Everglades and Louisiana Coastal Area. Currently Mr. Hinsley is working to support ongoing planning efforts in California and Washington.
Bill has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology & Chemistry and a Master’s Degree in Marine Affairs and Policy. He is a member of the Society of American Council of Engineering Companies.
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|When:||Monday, November 27 & Tuesday, November 28, 2017|
|Time:||Day 1: 7:45 am to 5:00 pm
Day 2: 7:15 am 3:30 pm
|Venue:||Grey Eagle Resort & Casino
3779 Grey Eagle Drive, Calgary
|Registration Note:||If the registration total is more than $5000, please select payment option as Invoice on the billing screen.|
|Discounts:||The registration discount is only applied for multiple attendees from the same firm. In order to receive the registration discount, all attendees must be registered at the same time and from your firm.|
|If you are registering multiple attendees, please enter contact person details in step 1 and attendee details in step 2 during the registration process.|
|Registration Deadline:||Friday, November 24, 2017|
|Refund Cut-off Date||Friday, October 27, 2017|
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