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ENR FutureTech – June 3-5

03/30/19 – Construction Technology Development for the Megaproject Owner’s Point of View

Join Gafcon’s technology leaders, Sean Olcott, Technical Director, and Tiffany LaBruno, Director of Professional Services, as they present an exciting Keynote at ENR FutureTech about managing Megaprojects. Using the $2B waterfront development Seaport San Diego as an example, they will share their approach to deliver massive projects on schedule and budget.

Key lessons include:

  • Defining standards and processes for everyone on the project begins before the introduction of technology.
  • The technology includes more than just what is used to design and construct the project.
  • A contractual commitment to sharing risks and rewards between the designer, contractor and Owner changes how we evaluate and deploy technology.

We hope you can join us at ENR FutureTech on June 4 in San Francisco, CA. To register, visit www.enr.com/future-tech.

For questions, please reach out to Sean Olcott, Technical Director, Virtual Design and Construction, at solcott@gafcon.com and/or Tiffany LaBruno, Director of Professional Services, at tlabruno@gafcon.com

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