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Project Control Network Prestige Lecture - Bio & Synopsis added for Peter Frayne and Doug Waters

Lecture

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The speakers will cover programme controls and governance and also aspects of asset and value management in the context of airport project controls.

Date and Time

12 November 2014 - 18:00-20:30

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Project Control TPN. Contact Tania Pomroy at tpomroy@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

The speakers will cover programme controls and governance and also aspects of asset and value management in the context of airport project controls.

Speakers     

Mr Peter Frayne, Programme Controls Director - BAA - Bio

        Education

  •  University of Teesside 
  •  St Robert of Newminster

A Project & Programme PMO governance and controls professional, implementing effectives risk management, risk costing and effective change control processes.

Establishing highly effective programme and project control functions, focussing on sound methodology and delivery outcome improvements from requirements gathering through to implementation of business solutions.

Peter is also an experienced people and budget manager, acting as the Technology to Business interface working on major IT initiatives and IT based customer strategy. Working closely with Business teams on commercial customer Project offerings and championed focus on service delivery.

Peter Frayne - Synopsis

Peter’s talk will focus on the “mechanics” of project and programme controls as well as the governance of these operations within the organisation. It will cover the following key areas:

  1. Understand the Portfolio of work
  2. Agreeing Programme Strategic intents
  3. Create a Pipeline
  4. Allocating existing and future work to Programmes
  5. Agreeing Project Life cycles, Project plan construction, Milestone definitions, cost load your schedules
  6. Monitoring progress
  7. Create and Enterprise wide vision to the delivery horizon

Mr Doug Waters, Continuous Improvement & Sustainability Leader -  Gatwick Airport - Bio

     Education

  • Kingston Polytechnic

  • Longmead County Secondary School

A construction professional with over 30 years’ practical experience in the construction & civil engineering industry.

He has worked for Contractor, Consultant & Client Organisations in Education, Retail, transport, Pharmaceutical and MOD, focussing recently on product development, offsite manufacture, sustainable development and continuous improvement.

His career in the aviation sector started in April 1998, on major projects across the south east airports promoting sustainability, offsite assembly, standardisation, product solutions and the use of manufacturing techniques.

From February 2009 Doug has worked at Gatwick Airport, where he is currently seconded into the Airports Commission team which aims to win Gatwick a second runway, as Construction & Utilities Integration Manager.

Doug is also currently Chair of the CIRIA Council and the National Infrastructure Client Leadership Group.

Doug Waters - Synopsis

Gatwick Airport is the world’s busiest single runway airport and is continually delivering construction projects as part of its ongoing Capital Investment Programme. This programme is managed in-house and delivered by Framework Contractors. Gatwick will describe their delivery organisation and procurement strategies, how delivery is impacted by Regulation, plus details on some recent and current projects including the proposals for the second runway.

Programme

  • 18:00      Registration and Networking
  • 18:30     Chairman’s welcome
  • 18:35     Speaker 1 -  Peter Frayne
  • 19:05     Speaker 2  - Doug Waters        
  • 19:35     Panellist  (Q & A session)
  • 20:05    Vote of Thanks
  • 20:15     Close

Reasons to attend

  • Form new professional relationships within your industry / local area
  • Engage with high profile speakers, specialists and practitioners
  • Hear from leading expert's in programme controls and governance and also aspects of asset and value management in the context of airport project controls

Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 2 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

Cost

This event is free of charge.

Registration information

Prior registration is required. 



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