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Bevan Mace
VP National Operations & Lean
Balfour Beatty

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

08:30 | Keynote: Hearing How Multi-Trade Prefabrication Delivered Measurable Cost & Schedule Improvements for a Client

Sunny Wang
General Manager
Broad USA

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

09:20 | Learning Best Practices from International Prefabrication Projects to Cut Schedules, Reduce Costs, Enhance Quality & Make Buildings More Sustainable

Rilo Stephens
President
Eckardt Electric

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

14:30 | Project Management: How to Efficiently Track the Progress of Prefabrication to Ensure Schedules Are in Sync

Amy Marks
Owner & President
XSite Modular

AMY MARKS is the President/Owner o f XSite Modular Consulting. XSite is an off-site program manager and prefabrication consulting firm focused on enabling and optimizing the use of prefabrication in large, complex, technology-embedded buildings. XSite has some of the largest global companies as their clients working on projects including high-rise, hi-tech industrial, healthcare, hospitality and mission critical. Ms. Marks is an Alumna of the prestigious Harvard Business School and a graduate of the University of Florida. She is an industry thought leader and a highly sought after keynote speaker for international conferences on construction. Recently, Amy was appointed by the Government of Singapore to their Panel of Experts focused on Construction and Productivity. Amy is the founder and moderator of the Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) closed Group on LinkedIn and is trained in CoreClarity to deliver personal development and team dynamics workshops. Amy and her team have worked on six of the seven continents implementing prefabrication.

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

11:40 | Project-Centricity, Process and “Prove It!” – How to Overcome the Killers of Enabling Prefabrication

08:20 | Chair’s Opening Remarks

Jerry Grogan
Formerly VP
Structure Tone

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

13:50 | Optimizing the Relationships between General Contractors, Architects, Engineers & MEP Contractors: What Does Good Collaboration Look Like?

Joe Ehlers
VDC Director
Prism Electric

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

13:10 | Establishing BIM as the Standard for Collaboration between Trades: How to Get Your Project Partners on Board & Using BIM the Right Way

Peter Dean
VP Estimating
Baker Triangle

Day Two

Wednesday, February 1 2017

08:50 | The Business Case: How to Estimate the Cost & Time Savings of Prefab on Your Project So You Can Confidently Submit More Competitive Bids

Sue Klawans
SVP, Director of Operational Excellence & Planning
Gilbane Building Company

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

11:00 | Applying Lean Principles & Leveraging the Latest Technology to Drive Efficiency in Prefabrication

Day Two

Wednesday, February 1 2017

08:40 | Chair’s Opening Remarks

Bernie Sublette
Project Executive – Healthcare
Hunt Construction Group

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

13:50 | Optimizing the Relationships between General Contractors, Architects, Engineers & MEP Contractors: What Does Good Collaboration Look Like?

Mark Krewedl
Senior Project Manager
MacDonald-Miller

Day Two

Wednesday, February 1 2017

10:50 | Outlining Logistics Planning & Material Handling Methods for Multi-Trade Racks

Chris Hermreck
Senior Project Manager
JE Dunn

Day Two

Wednesday, February 1 2017

14:10 | Roundtable: Optimizing Field Operations on a Prefab Project

13:40 | Panel: Hearing How Collaboration Can Improve Field Staff Efficiency of Installing Prefabricated Assemblies

13:00 | Utilizing Collaboration to Develop an Efficient Schedule & Improve Efficiency through Logistics & Field Operations

Mark Solomon
Senior Manager, Project Management Services Division
EllisDon

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

15:40 | Constructability: Factoring the Installation Methods of Multi-Trade Prefabricated Assemblies into Design to Maximize Efficiency in the Field

Scott Hicks
Field Coordination Manager
Eckardt Electric

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

14:30 | Project Management: How to Efficiently Track the Progress of Prefabrication to Ensure Schedules Are in Sync

Burnie Huddleston
VDC Manager & Lead Project Coordinator
SkiHi Enterprises

Day Two

Wednesday, February 1 2017

13:40 | Panel: Hearing How Collaboration Can Improve Field Staff Efficiency of Installing Prefabricated Assemblies

Blake Livengood
Austin Prefabrication Manager
Bergelectric Corp.

Pre-Conference Session Two Workshops
Select C or D

Monday, January 30 2017

15:30 | Workshop C: Field Staff Training

Jerad Gruber
Prefabrication Manager
Eckardt Electric

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

14:30 | Project Management: How to Efficiently Track the Progress of Prefabrication to Ensure Schedules Are in Sync

Hisham Said
Assistant Professor
Santa Clara University

Pre-Conference Session One Workshops
Select A or B

Monday, January 30 2017

13:00 | Workshop B: Fabrication Tools

Phil Jones
Engineering Manager
EllisDon

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

15:40 | Constructability: Factoring the Installation Methods of Multi-Trade Prefabricated Assemblies into Design to Maximize Efficiency in the Field

Michael Wong
Architect & Executive Consultant
Broad USA

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

09:20 | Learning Best Practices from International Prefabrication Projects to Cut Schedules, Reduce Costs, Enhance Quality & Make Buildings More Sustainable

Ben Brown
BIM Manager
Polk Mechanical

Pre-Conference Session Two Workshops
Select C or D

Monday, January 30 2017

15:30 | Workshop D: BIM & VDC

John Myers
Senior Manager, Virtual Design & Construction
Gilbane Building Company

Day One

Tuesday, January 31 2017

11:00 | Applying Lean Principles & Leveraging the Latest Technology to Drive Efficiency in Prefabrication