PMA will be presenting at the Project Management College of Scheduling 4th Annual International Conference, The Declaration of Interdependence.
2019 PMCOS Conference
April 7 – 10, 2019
Le Méridien Hotel | Philadelphia, PA
Visit the PMA booth to learn about our innovations in scheduling and risk management.
Mitigating Risks to Achieve Successful Outcomes-An Analysis of the Application of Best Practices on Mega Programs in the USA
What Owners want from their consultants is a successful project- on time, on budget, no one is hurt or killed, it achieves the quality specified, performs as expected for its full lifespan, and provides the Owner good documentation of what was built. Every consultants’ proposal claims they are going to achieve these goals, but few succeed. This presentation will explore how the probability of a successful program outcome can be enhanced though proactive and uncompromising application of best practices throughout the program lifecycle. The energetic, enthusiastic and insightful speaker will use the many USA mega programs he has been involved in throughout his 36 year career to bring a real world perspective to the philosophical underpinnings of the best practices we all know but rarely use to their full advantage.
Bruce Stephan, Esq. PE, PMP
Bruce is a nationally recognized licensed civil engineer with more than 35 years of experience on complex medium, large, and mega engineering/construction projects. Mr. Stephan has held progressively responsible positions in the construction of water, transportation, and power infrastructure industries ever since. His distinguished career includes public service, general contracting, and consulting nationally and internationally. His award-winning experience includes design-build, integrated project, CM-GC, and CM at-risk delivery methods on public capital improvement programs.
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PMA risk management specialists identify and evaluate project risks, manage risk registers, facilitate qualitative risk assessments, conduct quantitative risk analyses, and develop risk mitigation strategies and plans. We develop qualitative risk assessments in conjunction with project stakeholders; integrate those assessments into robust, quantitative cost and schedule risk analyses; and monitor and mitigate any risks accordingly.