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JTAC Luncheon December 12, 2018
JTAC Presentation Lumps, Bumps, Bruises and Scrapes: Collaborative (Alternative)
Delivery Lessons Learned
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
With a major wave of utility Owners in the region testing the waters on the use of project delivery methods other than traditional design?bid?build, this month’s luncheon will be focused on alternate project delivery. Come and learn from two of the most experienced practitioners here in Colorado. In addition, hear the experiences of the City of Loveland on their first collaborative delivery of capital improvement projects. This discussion will cover many diverse aspects of capital projects delivery, including everything from municipal code/ordinance implications, to financial tracking/reporting, and to the importance of pre?construction collaboration with operations/engineering/construction input. These collaborative delivery approaches have broad impacts on project execution, and this topic should be of interest to key stakeholders, such as city managers/leaders, purchasing agents, operations staff, engineering, and general contractors.
Early adopters and long?time practitioners of alternate delivery, Larry Wyeno (City of Longmont) and Owen Randall (Fort Collins Utilities), will bring their many years of lessons learned to the table. They will highlight some of their recommendations as your organization considers potentially embarking on one of the many flavors of delivery models that can offer significant benefits, such as cost surety, improved quality, and compressed schedule. Brian Gandy, of the City of Loveland, will also share his City’s experience with their first ever collaborative delivery approach (CMAR) on one of their largest and most complex projects.
The format for this luncheon will be three presentations, one by each of the above highlighted speakers, followed by a brief round?table discussion, addressing questions from attendees and hopefully generating some lively discussions. We hope you can join us!!!
Directions: The luncheon will be held at Red Rocks Community College, at 13302 Fox Run, Lakewood, CO 80228. Exit from 6th Avenue at Indiana Street and head south to the West 6th Avenue Frontage Road. Turn east and follow the frontage road about ¾ mile to Arbutus Drive. Turn right (south) and then turn at the first right (Fox Run Road) to the Environmental Training Center at the south end of the parking lot.
Registration: JTAC Registration: Registration and payment for JTAC luncheons is handled on line at: JTAC Luncheon Registration Registration may be made for a single attendee or for multiple attendees in a party. It will still be necessary to check in at the luncheon. Lunches will be based on the head count per the registration site. Please do not attempt to show up without registering in advance. If you are unable to pay on line, please contact Steve Polson (720?286?5376, firstname.lastname@example.org) to make arrangements for paying with check or cash. The registration deadline for this event is Tuesday, December 11, at 10:00 AM MST. Please be aware that with the new registration procedure, late registrations will not be accepted as in the past. This will enable us to avoid having to purchase extra lunches to allow for potential late?comers.
Check?in at the site is from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm. The presentation will begin shortly thereafter. Registration fees are $20 for AWWA or WEF members, $25 for nonmembers, and $15 for Students and Retired Members.
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