How Innovation & Fundamentals Impact the Evolution of Planning & Scheduling for Capital Projects

Innovations in technology, teaming, project delivery, and owner expectations require changes in capital project scheduling. This presentation describes how NetPoint integrates schedule communication; project controls implementation, and risk mitigation with innovation and fundamentals for optimal capital project planning and project development at one of the fastest-growing universities in the United States.

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Lawrence Yassanye – Southern New Hampshire University

Lawrence has extensive experience in capital project management, construction project management, quality management, and program/project controls. His projects include bridges, multiple buildings, infrastructure and utility improvements, corporate office and mill renovations, data centers, and certified LEED buildings. Lawrence has honorably served in the United States Marine Corps, has earned an AA in applied science from Southern Maine Community College, and a BS in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

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