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March Meeting Topic:
Better Denver Bond Program Case Study
Join us on Thursday, March 20th for our next RMS
monthly meeting. This month we will have
a special presentation on the Better Denver Bond Program specifically geared towards Project Controls Professionals and dinner at Maggiano's Little Italy Denver Pavilions* on 16th Street in Denver.
*Please note the location change from Maggiano's Denver South to Maggiano's Downtown
Mr. Sarouhan and Mr. Hergenrader will be presenting bond program management techniques.
The focus of their presentation will be practices and approaches enabling program management of large bond issuances through business process, management reporting systems, and program controls to allow clients to see the most important aspects of their programs and make informed decisions.
Topics to be discussed will be:
What is the Better Denver Bond Program?
The Better Denver Bond Program is a comprehensive effort to invest in the City's infrastructure. Over 343 projects are included in this $550M dollar effort. In 2007 the Denver's citizens passed the initiatives that established this program. This bond funded infrastructure program is one of City's largest in it's recent past. Through this program, it is improving, preserving, renovating and building new roads, libraries, parks, city offices, and other facilities related to health and human services, public safety and culture.
- Scaling EVM practices and techniques to fit client needs
- Creating data systems that communicate with accounting systems, scheduling systems, project managers, and PMO's.
- Avoiding the "Land of 1000 spreadsheets"
- Managing colors of money and bond tranches of debt
- Proper change management tracking
- Obtaining proper baselining and periodically rebaselining the program.
- Cross training client staff
- Managing risk, exposures and contingency to create predictable outcomes.
Several large projects are currently underway, including street improvement projects such as the rebuilding and updating 14th street downtown from Market to Colfax. Other large projects such as the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Crime Lab, Lowry Fire Station, Boettcher Concert Hall , Denver Botanic Gardens and the West Denver Branch Library are also a large focus of the Bond Program.
Brian Sarouhan is a Program Controls Manager with 20 years of experience in financial management, cost controls, estimating, scheduling for complex engineering and construction projects. Mr. Sarouhan has formerly worked for large program management firms such as Bechtel and CH2M Hill.
Scott Hergenrader (PMP) is a Program Manager and Vice President of i3 Integration with 30 years of experience in large scale infrastructure improvement programs domestically and abroad. Mr. Hergenrader has formerly worked for large program management firms such as Bechtel and CH2M Hill.
The meeting is scheduled to start at 6pm. A dinner will be included. Our Presentation will start at 7pm.
Thank you for your attention and response, we look forward to seeing you at this months meeting as we review the Better Denver Bond Program.
Maggiano's Little Italy
500 16th Street Mall #150
Denver, CO 80202
Thursday, March 20, 2014
7:00 Section Meeting
Mark Scheel EVP
RMS Vice President
AACE International Rocky Mountain Section
Don't forget to make a reservation for your guests!