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PSMJ Project Management Bootcamp

PSMJ Project Management Bootcamp

Tuesday, October 29, 2024 8:30 AM - Wednesday, October 30, 2024 4:30 PM (EDT)

Description

Program Dates:

October 29 & 30, 2024

Session Agenda

Day 1- October 29th: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Day 2- October 30th: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM


Program Location:

ACEC Virginia – 8600 Mayland Dr., Richmond, VA 23294


About PSMJ’s Project Management Bootcamp:

For over 20 years, sending key staff through PSMJ's A/E/C Project Management Bootcamp has been standard practice for firms committed to superior financial results, ecstatic clients, and a winning culture.

In this 2-day session you will learn how to:

  • Master the 11 must-use parts of an ironclad project schedule
  • Avoid 5 budget busters that put projects in a financial hole
  • Keep projects and teams on schedule and budget when working remotely
  • Negotiate win-win subcontractor agreements
  • Seize new revenue opportunities through upselling and cross-selling
  • Apply “wow!” factors that help turn clients into champions
  • Spot and fix profit killers before they become major problems
  • Manage project team members working from anywhere
  • Communicate with clients working from anywhere
  • Pause and re-start work to minimize disruption and preserve cash flow
  • Run virtual meetings without losing productivity
  • Add more value and keep pipelines full by bringing in work from existing clients.
  • And 47 additional use-them-now skills for transforming your career and your professional value.

Do I Earn Any PDH’s?

Yes, 13 PDHs will be earned.


Registration Fees:

  • ACEC Virginia Member - $1,795
  • Non-Member - $2,295
  • There is a 15% discount for 3+ registrations from the same firm.

Are Any Meals Included in My Registration Fee?

Breakfast snacks, lunch, and refreshments are included with your registration.

 

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About Your Coach:

Emily Tilgner
Senior Consultant

Emily Tilgner has a passion for making complex ideas simple and easy to integrate as well as bringing efficiency into her organizations. Her experience draws from a background in engineering design leading to working in construction and commissioning – this experience has given her insight into all sides of the industry and how to approach projects holistically to create a successful product and process. With nearly 20 years of experience in the A/E/C industry, she has gained insight into how to plan projects, manage design, costs and construction, collaboratively work with all project team members and how to lead teams. This background allows her to understand projects and processes from all sides of the table.

Emily is a professional engineer who spent 12 years practicing at a national MEP firm, Henderson Engineers, Inc. As Director of Kansas City Operations at Henderson, Emily led a team of engineers responsible for managing a wide range of projects, from small national accounts to large corporate, education and performance space projects.

Emily then took an opportunity to become a Principal at Lankford Fendler + Associates, another national MEP firm in Kansas City. Her role included overseeing various project types, but she took the lead on creating a formalized business development strategy and tracking system and project management training. At her time with this firm, she was responsible for landing one of the largest projects in the firms 20+ year history.

The construction industry took notice and Emily moved to McCownGordon Construction where she first helped to bolster the project development department then shifted to become Vice President of Building Performance Solutions which houses several teams: mechanical, electrical and plumbing, structural, commissioning, sustainability and virtual design and construction. She became a licensed commissioning authority and started the commissioning services department at McCownGordon which was not a service previously provided.

Emily has a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University. She is a registered professional engineer with WELL AP and Qualified Commissioning Provider accreditations. She is a past board member of Wonderscope Children’s Museum and past Chair of the UMKC Civil and Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board.

ACEC Virginia
8600 Mayland Drive
Richmond, VA 23294 United States
Event Contact
Casey Moore
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Tuesday, October 29, 2024 8:30 AM - Wednesday, October 30, 2024 4:30 PM (EDT)

October 29th - 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM October 30th 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM

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