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9.30.2009 Megaprojects: Lessons Learned for Future Work, an ACEC/MA Dinner Program

Type:  Announcements  

Westin Waltham


Registration & Reception:  5:30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM, Program: 7 PM


 


Register on-line:

http://www.engineers.org/index.cfm?pk=custom&ac=viewEventDetails&eventId=AC_DINPROG_9_30_09

or download the registration form:

http://www.acecma.org/downloads/Sept30Flyer.pdf

 


Speakers:


David J. Hatem, PC, Donovan Hatem


Tony Lancellotti, PE, Senior Vice President, Parsons Brinckerhoff


Tom Palmer, former Globe Reporter and Editor


   


Learn some best practices for the planning, design and construction of Megaprojects and the lessons learned from past problems. Our presenters will address:

  • how to mitigate and improve the management of risk of professional liability exposure for Consulting Engineers involved in Megaprojects and other work
  • why the public perception of projects is crucial - and how to manage that process

 


Plus, preview Megaprojects: Challenges and Recommended Practices, a new book to be published by ACEC in the fall of 2009.  Proceeds from the publication of Megaprojects will be donated entirely to ACEC.

  • - David Hatem is a Founding Partner of the Boston-based law firm, Donovan Hatem LLP.  A nationally recognized for his expertise in law related to the design and construction industry, David is the editor and a chapter author of Megaprojects.
  • Tony Lancellotti served as the Deputy Program Manager on the Central Artery Tunnel project from 1994 to 2004 for Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff.  He will present Megaproject Management tips.
  • Tom Palmer covered major Massachusetts real estate development projects, the Central Artery/Tunnel Project, and other megaprojects when he worked as a reporter and editor for the The Boston Globe.  Now an independent communications consultant, Tom still covers development-related events in Boston and the region on his on-line journal.

 


For more information contact Elizabeth Tyminski at

etyminski@engineers.org

 


2009 ACEC/MA Corporate  Sponsors:


PLATINUM


CDM


Donovan Hatem LLP


Fay Spofford & Thorndike, Inc.


HNTB Corporation


Tetra Tech Rizzo


VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.


 


GOLD


Architectural Engineers, Inc.


DH Consulting Group, LLC


Gale Associates, Inc.


GEI Consultants, Inc.


Jacobs


S E A Consultants Inc


Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc.


Stantec


Symmes Maini & McKee Associates., Inc.


 


SILVER


Ames & Gough, Inc.


Environmental Partners Group, Inc.


Green International Affiliates, Inc.


GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc


Haley & Aldrich, Inc.


Nitsch Engineering


Parsons


Parsons Brinckerhoff


Poole Professional Ltd.


Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.


Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc.


Woodard & Curran


Westin Waltham

Registration & Reception:  5:30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM, Program: 7 PM

 

Register on-line: http://www.engineers.org/index.cfm?pk=custom&ac=viewEventDetails&eventId=AC_DINPROG_9_30_09

or download the registration form: http://www.acecma.org/downloads/Sept30Flyer.pdf

 

Speakers:

David J. Hatem, PC, Donovan Hatem

Tony Lancellotti, PE, Senior Vice President, Parsons Brinckerhoff

Tom Palmer, former Globe Reporter and Editor

  

Learn some best practices for the planning, design and construction of Megaprojects and the lessons learned from past problems. Our presenters will address:

-- how to mitigate and improve the management of risk of professional liability exposure for Consulting Engineers involved in Megaprojects and other work

-- why the public perception of projects is crucial - and how to manage that process

 

Plus, preview Megaprojects: Challenges and Recommended Practices, a new book to be published by ACEC in the fall of 2009.  Proceeds from the publication of Megaprojects will be donated entirely to ACEC.

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