AACE Seattle Section November 8th, 2018 Meeting
Best Western Plus Executive Inn
200 Taylor Avenue N.
Seattle, WA

PRESENTATION: How Do You Eat an Elephant? A Project Controls Approach to Very Large Projects
Project controls requirements can vary based on the project size, project cost, location and environment in which they are being executed. This presentation shows the differences and similarities of how project controls are applied to different projects in size and industry including Oil & Gas and Nuclear and some of the issues faced during the execution.

PRESENTER: Peter George
Peter George is well known for his brilliant, instructing talent and techniques. Recently retired as the Director of Major Projects for Nuclear at Ontario Power Generation. He was previously responsible for project controls and account management for several core clients including Encana, Suncor and ConocoPhillips, as part of multiple Programs in Northern Alberta and British Columbia. Peter has over thirty years of experience in Project Controls Management, Planning/Scheduling, Cost Management, Estimating, and Risk Analysis in the home office as well as at site. He has worked in Canada, South America, Russia, the Philippines and the United States and has experience on projects up to $7 billion in value, in fields as varied as Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Potash, Mining and Metals, and Infrastructure Projects.