Clients spend a significant amount of time and money implementing a project management tool, to bring efficiency and streamline the execution of their capital projects. While the focus is almost always on the tool and its capabilities, we tend to overlook other vital factors like: standardized business processes, needed skill set in the project management team and adherence to best practices. Left unaddressed, we’re almost guaranteed disappointment and failure. Please join me in this interactive session where I will pose questions and challenge attendees to have a frank conversation about what must be done and offer some of the Why’s and How’s for the roadmap to success.

Presentation by: Dina Keirouz, Managing Director
Ms.  Keirouz  is  a  result  oriented  individual  with  26 years  of  hands-on  experience  in operations,  program,  project  and  construction  management  and  industry  best practices  and  standards. She  has  proven  success  in  delivering  successful  design  and construction  projects  on  time  and  within  budget  while  managing  and  coordinating amongst several stakeholders with varying interest and focus. Her project experience includes transportation, airports, and infrastructure capital programs. Ms. Keirouz also has  extensive  working  knowledge  of  project  controls,  including  developing  and implementing  program-wide  controls  and  project  management  systems  for  large municipal clients. Ms. Keirouz’s key attributes include leading high performing teams under tough deadlines to meet expectations of multiple stakeholders. She is a turn-around expert who  ensures  stakeholder satisfaction  through  constant  communications  and relationship  building  producing  consistent,  quality  results  and  tightening  cost  and schedule  controls.  She  has  demonstrated  success  in  driving  on-time, cost-controlled programs in alignment with time/budget restrictions.

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Presented at:
2020 Western Winter Workshop
Thursday February 27th to Sunday, March 1st 2020

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