Delivery Methods Dissected

January 15, 2015
11:30 AM CST - 1:30 PM CST

The Petroleum Club of Fort Worth
777 Main St, 40th Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.fwpetroleumclub.com

An Owners and Builders Perspective on What Works

January 15, 2015

Owners increasingly rely upon the use of innovative delivery methods to develop, procure, and deliver projects.  Join SMPS Fort Worth as we dissect these trending delivery methods to better understand what the benefits and differentiators are, who the key players are, and their roles and responsibilities in the project. Once we are up to date on the differences in each method, we’ll hear from owners and builders we’ve invited to participate on representative panels.  Each panel will share their perspectives on best practices for the successful delivery of local projects as a springboard for discussion. 

AIA has approved this program for 2 LU credits

 

Moderator

Nancy Usrey

Nancy Usrey | HNTB

Design-Build Marketing Strategy

Nancy Usrey, FSMPS, CPSM, has built her career with a focus on the AEC industry. Since mid-2008, she has led the national design-build marketing team efforts for HNTB in their pursuit of major infrastructure projects around the US. She enjoys helping alternative delivery pursuit teams become more efficient, effective, budget and schedule driven drivers focused on the ultimate prize: involvement in winning and delivering the largest, most complex, high profile projects in the country.

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Panelist

 

Randle Harwood | City of Fort Worth

Planning and Development Director

Randle has two degrees in Landscape Architecture an undergraduate degree from the University of Guelph 1987 and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts 1989. Randle has worked for the city of Fort Worth for 17 years. He has served as the Planning and Development Director, City of Fort Worth since 2010. This position has responsibility for a $12 million revenue budget for the planning, development, and capital planning processes of the City. The department has a large span of responsibilities that include leading and managing permitting, building inspections, zoning, platting, urban design, plan review, Comprehensive Plan, Program Management Office and gas drilling.

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Mark Linenberger

Mark Linenberger | Linbeck Construction

General Manager

Mark Linenberger is the Fort Worth Division General Manager with Linbeck. Mark graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in Construction Science, where he held a seat on the KSU Advisory Council Panel. He has been with Linbeck for 29 years, allowing him to be actively involved with the Lean Construction Institute, where he sits on the Board of Directors. Mark has spent the majority of his career working on healthcare related projects in various roles. He is also a member of ASHE (American Society of Hospital Engineering). Mark has provided 19 years of program and project management services at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth. Several other clients served by Mark in his career include: The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Carter BloodCare, Gladney Center for Adoption, The Warm Place and JPS Healthcare Network.

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 Edward Thomas
 

Clark Sykes | Linbeck Construction

Team Manager

Clark graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2001 with a degree in Political Science, and joined Linbeck in 2007, serving in a variety of roles from Preconstruction Manager to Business Development Associate. Clark is a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth, and chairs their Community Outreach Committee. He is also a member of COAA (Construction Owners Association of America), and active with both the TCUF and i-LinCP organizations. Clark has worked on a wide variety of projects, including Watters Creek in Allen, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Cook Children’s Medical Center Master Plan projects, as well as, The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas.

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Johnny Campbell | Sundance Square

President and CEO

Since 2001, Johnny K. Campbell has been President/CEO of Sundance Square. Sundance Square is a multi-block downtown Fort Worth mixed-use development owned by the Bass family. Mr. Campbell is responsible for development, leasing, merchandising, and property management of Sundance Square’s portfolio of properties. The project is internationally recognized for its restored historic buildings and is a case study of the successful revitalization of a downtown environment. And in 2010, Sundance received the Urban Land Institute International Award for Excellence.

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