Double bill: Successive Estimating Uncertainty Refinement & Data-driven Management in Construction

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  • Mott MacDonald, 9 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3BE
  • November 26, 2019
  • Tuesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm

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Double bill: Successive Estimating Uncertainty Refinement & Data-driven Management in Construction

Mott MacDonald, 9 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3BE

Tuesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm
November 26, 2019

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North West Project Data Analytics meetup

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Double bill: Successive Estimating Uncertainty Refinement & Data-driven Management in Construction

Mott MacDonald, 9 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3BE

Tuesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm
November 26, 2019

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SUCCESSIVE ESTIMATING UNCERTAINTY REFINEMENT

Improving the accuracy of early-stage estimates through harnessing the power of project cost to quantify and refine uncertainty through active interventions.

BIO
Patrick Clyne is Technical Principal for Estimating and Cost Intelligence at Mott MacDonald, a global engineering, management and development consultancy focused on guiding clients through many of the planet’s most intricate challenges. Patrick is strong advocate for the role of data in improving performance within the infrastructures sector, and specialises in helping clients maximise the potential of their data to make improved investment and intervention decisions.

DATA-DRIVEN PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN COMPLEX RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

This talk highlights the importance of data for an optimized control of complex construction projects. Within this talk Mario Samson will highlight the potential of data-driven project planning, progress monitoring and task management in large-scale residential and commercial construction projects. He will share his own experience of this emergent capability and some of the challenges that we need to grapple with.

BIO
Mario Samson studied Civil Engineering at the University of Central Florida (USA). His interest in infrastructure and working with people exposed him to both design and construction management, where he saw the need for a collaborative and data-driven construction management system. It was then perfect timing for his connection with Sablono, who are generating high-quality data to facilitate continuous process improvements on construction sites.

 

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