2017 Conference Downloads

The 2017 CII Annual Conference had the theme, “Innovate, Disrupt, Transform – Unleashing Capital Project Business Value.” It was held in Orlando, Florida. Log in to download available files.

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Tuesday – August 1
Research Session 1
Improving Safety Performance through Operational Excellence
(Research Team 317, Safety Performance through Operational Discipline)
RT-317 slides
Research Session 2
Assessing the Maturity and Accuracy of FEED to Support Phase-gate Approvals
(Research Team 331, Assessing the Maturity and Accuracy of FEED to Support Phase-gate Approvals)
RT-331 slides
Research Session 3
Quality Made Measurable – A Paradigm Shift
(Research Team 313, Creating Standards for Industry-wide Quality Metrics)
RT-313 slides
Research Session 4
Managing Construction/Commissioning/Startup Transitions
(Research Team 333, Transition Management between Construction Completion, Pre-commissioning, Commissioning, and Operations)
RT-333 slides
Panel Discussion:
“Future Impacts to Our Industry”
Gregory Goff, Andeavor
Bruce E. Grewcock, Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc.
Ray Kowalik, Burns & McDonnell
Carl Rau, GE Power
 
Richard L. Tucker Leadership & Service Award Presentation  
Carroll H. Dunn Award of Excellence Presentation  
 
Wednesday – August 2
Transforming the Capital Projects Business
Stephen Mulva, CII Director
Mulva Keynote
Panel Discussion:
“Future Innovations Impacting Our Industry”
Filipe Barbosa, McKinsey & Company, Inc.
Greg Bentley, Bentley Systems
Manish Chawla, IBM
Steven Edwards, Black & Veatch
 
Research Session 5
Measuring Progress and Defining Productivity Metrics in Model-based Engineering
(Research Team 332, Measuring the Productivity of Model-based Engineering)
RT-332 slides
Research Session 6
Improving Frontline Supervision in Industrial Construction
(Research Team 330, The Role of Frontline Supervision in Improving Construction Productivity and Performance)
RT-330 slides
Research Session 7
Best Practices for Preventing Out-of-sequence Construction Activities and Minimizing their Impacts
(Research Team 334, Best Practices for Preventing Out-of-sequence Construction Activities and Minimizing their Impacts)
RT-334 slides