When pursuing work in today’s complex architectural, engineering, and construction industries, it is paramount to communicate an understanding of the problem needing to be solved, the proposed solution, and the merits of the proposed solution. Teams that most effectively achieve that goal during procurement are best positioned to be entrusted with the work. Ms. Katt will present a case study involving a mega project and how NetPoint helped transform a team’s minimally responsive P6 schedule into a compelling planning document, as well as how NetPoint served to differentiate the team by highlighting the innovative, thoughtful approaches the team was capable of delivering.
Presented by Shannon Katt
Shannon Katt has more than 20 years of construction industry experience and extensive knowledge of CPM scheduling and schedule risk analysis. Her project focus is primarily oil and gas, water/wastewater, and heavy civil infrastructure. She has developed, updated, and managed project schedules exceeding 30,000 activities, and she has led numerous schedule and cost risk assessments. Ms. Katt has conducted risk workshops and she has worked on a variety of projects that range from $50 million to $3 billion. Ms. Katt also has expertise in developing cost and schedule models for risk assessments, and she works with project teams to define the impact of risks and uncertainty on project budget and duration.
Presented at the NetPoint & GPM Conference.