Tue, Sep 01|
Conference Webinar Series: Collaborative Delivery Done Right: Wichita’s Northwest Water Treatment Facility
As the 2nd largest progressive design-build project in the water sector, Wichita’s NWWTF has all the ingredients to be one of the most interesting and successful water projects in the country.
Time & Location
Sep 01, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
About the Event
As the 2nd largest progressive design-build project in the water sector ($524M) Wichita’s NWWTF has all the ingredients to be one of the most interesting and successful water projects in the country. The panel will include the City of Wichita’s Project Manager, Owner’s Site Representative (OSR, Garver) and the design-build prime Wichita Water Partners (joint venture team of Burns & McDonnell and Alberici) and cover the project planning, procurement process and execution through Phase 1 of the project.
About the Presenters
David Kinchen, DBIA currently leads Burns & McDonnell’s water services in the Southwest, including Texas and surrounding areas. Throughout his over 30-year career, David has led multidisciplinary teams and managed nearly $1 billion in projects across multiple industry sectors including municipal and industrial water and wastewater.
Steve Jones, PhD, PE is a Senior Vice President and Director of Water Services for Garver, a multi-discipline consulting engineering firm. Steve has over 30 years experience in the design and implementation of water and wastewater utilities infrastructure. He serves as senior project manager and provides process design quality control on projects involving conventional and advanced water and wastewater treatment including chemical, physical, and biological systems. He currently serves as a Board Member on the National Science Foundation (NSF) Membrane Applied Science & Technology (MAST) Industrial Advisory Board.
During his 28 years with the City of Wichita, Bill has been directly involved with many different areas of Public Works & Utilities. He held a key role in the initial implementation of AM/FM-GIS in the utilities; has been a key part of the City's team on each water and sewer master plan update as well as the hydraulic modeling of the water distribution and sewer collection systems. He has taken the lead in several larger scale emergency situations in the utilities and is continuing to assist with improvements in the utilities by implementation of a further developed computerized maintenance management system and asset management concepts.
Shaping the Future Through Design-Build
The DBIA Southwest Region Annual Conference is the premier conference that brings together practitioners, owners and suppliers to advance collaboration in construction project delivery. This year’s conference, now reformatted as a virtual series, will facilitate powerful thought leadership with a focus on the future of design-build. Don't miss your opportunity to participate in exciting online technical sessions and remote networking opportunities with some of the best design-builders in the region.
THIS PROGRAM QUALIFIES FOR 10.0 CEUs TOWARDS THE DBIA DESIGNATION PROGRAM.
July 28th - Addressing the Challenges of Virtual Collaboration
August 6th - What's New with Your Region's Legislative Mandates for D/B?
August 20th - Do Collaborative Models Really Work?
September 1st - Collaborative Delivery Done Right: Wichita’s Northwest Water Treatment Facility
September 17th - Lump Sum Design-Build vs. Progressive Design-Build
September 22nd - Aggie Expressway: A Partnering Success Story
October 1st - D/B Advances in the Booming Oil and Gas Industry
October 22nd - What are the Criteria that Make a Good Design-Build Project? A Perspective from Various Team Members
November 5th - Cost vs. Technical Considerations in the RFP
November 19th - Shaping the Future Through Design-Build
- Nonmember Series Registration: $425.00
- DBIA Member Series Registration: $375.00
- Owner or Public Entity Series Registration: $275.00
- Owner or Public Entity Series Registration for 3 or more participants: $225*
- Student Series Registration: $25.00**
- Nonmember Indivdual Session Registration: $50.00
- DBIA Member Individual Session Registration: $45.00
- Owner or Public Entity Individual Session Registration: $35.00
*Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register 3 or more owner participants
**Contact us at email@example.com for student registration. Must provide copy of Student ID.
Sponsorship Opportunites Are Still Available!
Annual Sponsorship and Session Sponsorship Opportunities Are Still Available. Sign-up, take advantage of exclusive sponsorship opportunities, and show your support for DBIA-SW Region. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Nonmember Individual Webinar$50.00+$1.25 service fee
Member Individual Webinar$45.00+$1.13 service fee
Owner/Public Entity$35.00+$0.88 service fee
Conference Webinar Sponsor
DBIA-SW Region is excited to offer a webinar sponsorship opportunity of our conference series. We will be hosting educational webinars twice per month with one sponsor per webinar. Sponsors are recognized at the beginning and end of all webinars - sponsor will get two minutes to address the attendees prior to the webinar in-person or through a video. Sponsor will also receive recognition on the website, newsletter, and social media.$500.00+$12.50 service fee