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The Future of Capital Projects: Types of Projects, Who Will be Executing Them, and How

 

Free to Attend: ISPE Members and Fluor Employees

Participants are invited to stay for Fluor’s Open House
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Fluor
611 Gateway Blvd., Suite 950,
South San Francisco, CA 94080/p>

Facilitators:
Annette Baird, Director of Technology, Fluor
Drew Johnston, Director of Venture Management, Pharma Engineering, Bayer
Jennifer Large, Vice President, Talent Development and Workforce Impact, Fluor
Babu Sivaraman, Principal Design Engineer, Fluor
Misha Stlorant, Product Manager, GE Healthcare

Additional Facilitators may be added

Event Details


Agenda

Synopsis and Facilitators:
Join us for a discussion on the Future of Capital Projects: Types of Projects, Who Will be Executing them, and How.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend two of three sessions listed below:

  • Session 1: Future Projects: Types of projects the industry will be doing in the future: A discussion of modular installations, single use systems, personalized medicine, and continuous manufacturing.
  • Session 2: Team Diversity: A conversation about forming diverse teams, attracting talent, and inspiring the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
  • Session 3: Work Practices: Project delivery work practices and the use of new technology to meet the demands of precision, speed, and cost: Sample topics include use of BIM, LEAN pull planning, drones for surveying, 360 Videos, and Augmented / Virtual reality.

About Fluor:

Fluor’s San Francisco office, established in 1996, has successfully executed more than 150 projects with clients such as Bayer, Amgen, Genentech, Gilead, GSK, Boehringer Ingelheim, IDEC, Nektar, and Novartis. Fluor is a preeminent biotech and pharmaceutical engineering, procurement, construction, project management, and validation (EPCMV) project leader on the West Coast, providing fit-for-purpose solutions that align with their clients’ capital expansion plans. Fluor's approach is relationship driven, supporting both small projects and large capital programs.

 

Commuter Conference Committee:
Chair: Germaine Bickel, Genentech Jack Commins, Clipper Controls Raffy Espiritu, Impec Group
Eric Giles, Skanska
Teresa Johnk, Business Development Connections
Tate Chandler, XL Construction

 

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