Free Webinar: From Behavior to Results – Finding the Path to Collaborative Scheduling Success

Date:  October 6, 2020

11:00 a.m. to Noon Central

Tune in to watch RT-362 explain its findings and maturity model through a friendly competition called “Scheduling Feud”

RT-362 defined Collaborative Scheduling (CS) as “a comprehensive process that aligns and engages stakeholders throughout the life cycle of the project in order to coordinate activities and resources to achieve its goal.” The team delivered three key findings:

  1. A maturity model for developing and implementing CS, which categorized 23 CS practices into five pillars and assigned these practices to three maturity levels (bronze, silver, and gold).
  2. Opportunities to prioritize actions and choices based on how they affect Key Performance Indicators, or based on the degree to which different practices help achieve higher maturity levels for CS.
  3. Recommendations for implementing CS, which the team based on CS best practices.
Ryan Altemare   
Ryan Altemare
Project Services Supervisor

Thais Alves   
Thais da C. L. Alves
Associate Professor | AGC-Paul S. Roel Chair in Construction Engineering and Management, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
San Diego State University
Felipe Engineer   
Felipe Engineer-Manriquez
Director, Lean
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
Team Chair

Joe Gerweck   
Joe Gerweck
 – Capital Projects, Renewables
DTE Energy
Team Vice Chair

Austin Krueger   
Austin Krueger
Project Controls Manager

Paul Leahy   
Paul Leahy
Manager, Project Controls
Matrix NAC

Gary Orton   
Gary Orton
Industry Advisor
Bentley System

Luis Rangel   
Luis Rangel
Project Engineer

Mark Triesch   
Mark Triesch
Principal and Practice Leader – Major Capital Projects