Today’s project managers face the daunting task of doing more with less. While staff and capital budgets are being cut the costs for delivering projects escalate. Unfortunately, the traditional procurement methods to solicit and contract these projects don’t provide the project manager with the quick response and budget control required. However, there is an alternative procurement vehicle that truly has the possibility of being better, more responsive and more cost effective… three things all managers dream of. Job Order Contracting (JOC) is an integrated project delivery method that delivers projects within budget and on time.
This presentation will explain what Integrated Project Management and Job Order Contracting (JOC) is, how it works, and what its potential benefits are. The presentation will provide the following:
Describe Integrated Project Management
Job Order Contracting Delivery method
How Job Order Contracting works
How to Establish a JOC
Rick Farrag is currently the Director of Operations for KBR, one of the world’s leading construction services companies operating across multiple offices across the world. Risk has been with KBR for 23 years and has held roles of Project Manager, Sr. Project Manager and Operations Manager before his current role as the Director of Operations for On Call Construction.
Rick is both a certified Project Management Professional and a Professional Engineer. He is an active member of the Center of Job Order Contracting Excellence and currently serving as a board member. He holds a Maters of Engineering Management and Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering.
Mon Ami Gabi
11950 Democracy Drive
Reston, Virginia 20190
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Agenda and Cost:
11:30 am: Networking
12:00 pm: Program
PMIWDC Members $25
*Lunch will be served
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