FTA 2018 Capital Project Management Workshop
Hilton Alexandria Old Town, Virginia
June 25 to June 28, 2018
PMA’s Bruce Stephan co-facilitated two sessions gathering PMOC feedback at the FTA 2018 Capital Project Management Workshop and presenting recommendations to the FTA. The workshop included FTA PMOCs, engineers, transportation specialist, and other representatives to discuss project management, oversight, procurement, administrative, and policy issues related to federally-funded major capital projects.
Mr. Stephan is a nationally recognized licensed civil engineer with more than 30 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.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) conducts oversight workshops across the country for its grantees each year. The purpose is to help attendees broaden their understanding of the federal rules and regulations, as well as how to comply with FTA program requirements. The Capital Project Management Workshop brought together Federal Transit Administration (FTA) engineers and transportation specialist from across the country, FTA’s Project Management Oversight Contractors (PMOCs), and representatives from several FTA headquarters offices to discuss project management, oversight, procurement, administrative, and policy issues related to federally-funded major capital projects. The workshop provided an opportunity for networking with colleagues, sharing concerns, challenges, and lessons learned.