How Monroe County Used NetPoint to Manage
an Aggressive Five-Year CIP
PMA assisted with planning and developing a five-year $69M CIP. PMA focused on analyzing the budget and priority of various capital projects, existing resources, and resource needs; and recommended resource allocation to address the plan. The aggressive CIP includes 15 projects throughout the Florida Keys.
PMA used NetPoint to engage county departments in updating the schedule, analyzing requirements, illustrating specific resource needs, and developing a baseline for team buy-in. NetPoint was also critical in helping the county administrator and staff validate resource needs through “what if scenarios” and aided in successfully explaining requests for additional staff to county commissioners and the mayor.
PRESENTED BY KEVIN WILSON, PE AND JAIME SOBRINO, AIA, LEED AP, PMP
Kevin Wilson is an Assistant County Administrator for public works and engineering in Monroe County, FL. He supervises planning and execution of capital construction as well as maintenance of county facilities, including roads, bridges, buildings, and parks. The FY16 public works and engineering budgets include $36 million in operating expenses and $70+ million in capital construction. In 2006, Mr. Wilson served as a project manager in county building construction and is now the county’s liaison with the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority on a $195 million sewer collection and treatment program.
Jaime Sobrino is a licensed architect and former VP of business development with an engineering firm in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He’s worked as program manager and owner’s representative and he’s developed business opportunities in Colombia and Peru. Jaime received his Bachelor of Architecture at Cornell University.