Program

Program

Monday, November 23

Presentation Categories:
Introduction to Value Analysis
Introduction To Risk Analysis
Introduction à l'analyse de la valeur
Getting it Right
Tools For Change in Project Management
Tools For Change in Transportation
Building Western Values
More Value Through VE and Risk Education
 

Tuesday, November 24

Presentation Categories:
More Value in Municipal Assets
Sustainable Values
Tools For Defining Project Scope
Tools For the Product Development Cycle
Tools For Change in Granting Programs
Building it Right
Quality and Value in Product Development
More value in Value and Risk Analysis
More Value in Lessons Learned
Selecting A Procurement Method through VA and RA




Monday, November 23

7:30am Registration and Breakfast
9:00am Welcome Remarks
  Keynote Speaker: His Worship, Larry O'Brien - Mayor of Ottawa
  Introduction to Value Analysis Introduction to Risk Analysis Introduction à l'analyse de la valeur
9:45am Value Analysis - What's in it for me? / Why Algonquin College developed a VE program
Mike Rushton, Algonquin College
Risk Analysis - What's in it for me?
John Mahan, Consumer's Energy
L'Analyse de la Valeur - Qu'en est-il pour moi?
Pierre Laplante, Pomerleau
 

Coffee and Networking Break

10:30am Introduction to Value Analysis
Mike Pearsall, MTO
Introduction to Cost Risk Analysis & Risk Mitigation
Stephane Larocque & John Parker, HDR Corporation
Introduction à l'analyse de la valeur
Lucie Parrot, NGUYEN-PARROT
  Opening Luncheon
12:00 Keynote Speaker: Marie Lemay, P.Eng, ing.
  Getting it Right Tools for Change in Project Management Tools for Change in Transportation
1:30pm Value Analysis in Action - Launching a new approach to VA training
Jean McDermott, MTO
Risk Management Techniques for Complex Projects
Laszlo Retfalvi, General Dynamics Canada
Analyse des dangers et de la valeur, Méthodologie utilisée pour la réhabilitation d'un tunnel autoroutier
Alexandre Debs, MTQ/René Donais, RCGT
2:00pm Sharing values with First Nations through VE
Rob Kivi, MMM Group Limited / Dan Preley, MTO
Risk Management Techniques for Complex Projects
(Continued)
Using a Risk Register Tool to Obtain Best Value
Scot McClintock, Faithful+Gould
2:30pm Implementing a VE Program, process, and people issues
Lucie Parrot, NGUYEN-PARROT
Risk Analysis as a Project Portfolio Tool
David Lewis, HDR Corporation
Lessons Learned in Coordinating VE and Cost Risk Analysis for a Mega Transportation Project
Joseph Arcaro, iTRANS Consulting / Rakesh Shreewastav, MTO
3:00pm

Coffee and Networking Break

  Getting it Right

(CONTINUED)

Building Western Values (Western Canada Case Studies) More Value through VE and Risk Education
3:15pm Building a Risk Program at Washington State DOT
Terry Berends, Washington State Department of Transportation
Alberta's use of VA to build a value based consensus on project scope
Dr. Avi Habinski, Director, Alberta Education / Eiryn Devereaux, Alberta Infrastructure
Comment améloirer la carte Opus? Dans le cadre du cours Analayse et résolution de problèmes: Atelier en innovation et gestion de la valeur
Stéphane Gauthier, Jean-Marc Malambwe Kilolo, Baba Niang, François Raymond et Caroline Samson, Département de management et de technologie, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
3:45pm How independent should your risk team members be? A government's perspective
Roch Pilon, MTO
Adding value to Vauxhall schools through VA
John Rakai, Associate Superintendent - Finance & Operations, Horizon School division No. 67, Alberta
McGill University Value Engineering Seminar Best Value Project
McGill University
4:15pm Getting it Right Panel
Terry Berends, Mike Rushton, Mark Arnone
Value Scoping helps funding agencies to set priorities - Panel Discussion
Dr. Avi Habinski, Eiryn DevereauxJohn Rakai, Norm Lux
The VE Workshop at McGill University - Benefits for Students and Industry
Dr. Vince Thomson
4:45pm

Exhibitor Showcase

6:00pm

Dinner and CSVA Awards

6:40pm Keynote Speaker: Graham Bird, P.Eng - GBAssociates
7:00pm Keynote Speaker: Ray Mantha, P.Eng. - Executive Director, MTO

 

 


Tuesday, November 24

8:00am

Opening Remarks

  Keynote Speaker: David Wilson, CVS - SAVE International President
  Keynote Speaker: Kathy Bethany - US Department of State
  More Value in Municipal Assets Sustainable Values Tools for Defining Project Scope
9:00am Delivering a VE program in St. John, New Brunswick
Don Stafford, RSRI / Dave Wilson, NCE Value Engineers
VE as a tool for Sustainability
David McNamara, AVS VP of Sustainability, Faithful+Gould
Risk Reserve Budgeting at Washington State DOT
Terry Berends, WSDOT
9:30am Ontario Clean Water Agency Success with VE
Zbig Bukala, Ontario Clean Water Agency / Tim Kocialek, Town of Mississippi Mills
Value Engineering with Triple Bottom Line Considerations - Experience from a Canadian Crown Corporation
A. P. Sukumar, BC Hydro
How to set a project budget based on a risk adjusted estimate
Storer Boone, Golder Associates
10:00am

Coffee and Networking Break

  More Value in Municipal Assets (Continued) Tools for the Product Development Cycle Tools for Change in Granting Programs
10:30am VE enabling new directions in the West Transitway Tunnel, Ottawa
Steven Stoddard, City of Ottawa
Un cas concret de dévelopment de produits écologiques: les industries Mailhot
T.Hieu Nguyen, NGUYEN-PARROT / Natalie Blouin, Institut de développement de produits
Managing your way to good procurement decisions with risk analysis
John Parker, HDR Corporation
11:00am City of Ottawa VE Success Story - Woodroffe Avenue / Baseline Station Pedestrian Bridge
Elizabeth Murphy, City of Ottawa
Lean Engineering Post-Certification Decision Making in the Aerospace Industry
Yvan Beauregard
Making realistic and understandable infrastructure commitments through risk based estimating
Will Willson, Davis Langdon
11:30am SUPPORTING STAKEHOLDER VALUES Integration & Coordination of the City of Ottawa Southwest Transitway Extension with the Algonquin College Centre for Construction Trades and Building Sciences Projects.
Elizabeth Murphy, City of Ottawa / Peter Steacy, MRC
Creating value at QIT during an economic crisis
Andrea DeMori, Hatch
Tools for Granting Programs Panel
Eiryn Deveraux, Alberta Infrastructure / Will Willson, Davis Langdon / John Parker, HDR Corporation
12:00

Lunch and Networking Break

  Keynote Speaker
  Building it Right Quality and Value in Product Development More Value in Value and Risk Analysis
1:30pm Adding Value & Security to Embassies
Kathy Bethany, US State Department
Complimentary aspects of Six Sigma and VE
Dr. Michael Mladjenovic, American Society of Quality / Tom Fletcher, Fletcher Group
Better projects through Risk Analysis, Highway 69 four-laning
Rob Kleine, MMM Group
2:00pm Determining the functional requirements and building layout for a border security facility in Windsor through VA
David Jull, MMM Group
Les prioncipes de Outcome Driven Innovation et l’analyse fonctionnel
T.Hieu Nguyen, NGUYEN-PARROTAnny St-Pierre, Institut de Développement de Produits
Analyse de la valeur pour de meilleures practiques en infrastructures
Ronald Blanchet
2:30pm Minimizing risk and improving value through elicitating values and needs
Chris Jalkotzy, Planning By People
Value Analyis and Activity-Based Management: A Comparative Analysis
Michael Tinkler, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Using VA to determine the right project scope
Dan Leake, MTO
3:00pm

Coffee and Networking Break

  More Value in Lessons Learned   Selecting a Procurement Method through VA and RA
3:15pm Projets d'infrastructure routière: harmoniser un axe de transport dans un enivronnement urbain et historique
Charles Aboukhaled, Gabrielle Boivin, Macogep

 
Tools for selecting a contract delivery method in Surface Transportation
Garey Foyt, HDR Inc.
3:45pm A big win, a Highway 407 VE success story
Brian Ruck, AECOM
  The value of pre-development agreements in P3's in the Mid-Currituck crossing in North Carolina
David Jull, MMM Group
4:15pm

Closing Remarks



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