Paper and Presentation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Lessons Learned on CM@Risk for Owners
Abstract: This presentation will be based upon lessons learned from the management and auditing of CM@Risk projects for public owners. The lessons learned will begin with an overview of CM@Risk selection and cover the benefits and risks to owners following selection through construction to closeout. Instead of leaving the owner hanging with the lessons learned – the presentation will provide insightful solutions to manage the process so it will guide the owner and provide a check that will keep the project on the right path. Owners want to keep projects on schedule, under budget, and with high quality and the solutions provided will ensuring trust amongst the parties of the project through transparency. A unique perspective based upon lessons learned auditing public projects enhances the presentation.
PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management
Biography: Stephen R. Pancham, CCM. Vice President, Service Executive, MBP
Steve Pancham has more than 32 years of experience in transportation, utility infrastructure, and new building and renovation projects. Throughout the course of his career, Steve has served as project engineer/manager in charge of more than $200 million in highway and building construction projects. As a Vice President and Service Executive at MBP, Steve is responsible for performing construction management, cost estimating, value engineering, CPM scheduling, and claim analysis services and has experience with project planning from initial planning, design, and procurement to project closeout. In addition, he also has experience in building HVAC systems, controls, and electrical systems and has an excellent understanding of foundations, substructures, and structural steel erection.
Steve has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and is a Certified Construction Management with the Construction Manager Certification Institute. He is an active member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).