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    P3 Project Delivery: What is P3 and how does it impact the Design Professional?

    Thursday, January 20, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST

    Join current and future partners as we discuss how the P3 delivery of projects is integrating the design professional into a much larger team. Learn how they are responsible for design, construction, financing, operation, and maintenance of a project. Listen to experts in the P3 industry as they discuss why owners use this delivery method, how it is different from design build and how it impacts the design professional. The format will be a moderated panel discussion opening to participant questions. Join the conversation and be ready to explore this integrated form of project delivery.

    This program is presented jointly by AIASF and DBIA-WPR.

     


    Learning Objectives

    1. Define P3 Delivery Method
    2. Differentiate P3 from Design Build
    3. Identify Risks and Rewards to the Design Professional
    4. Describe the Characteristics of successful P3 Projects

     


    About the Speakers

    Colin Peppard – Fengate

    Colin Peppard is a senior member of the Fengate infrastructure investments team and is responsible for P3 partnering and project development in the Western U.S., with a focus on California. He focuses on a range of infrastructure types, including surface transportation, water systems, and civic buildings. Prior to joining Fengate in 2021, Colin served as Senior Director, P3 and Innovation, at LA Metro, the transportation agency serving the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, where he oversaw the agency’s public-private partnership program, directing the evaluation and development of complex, multibillion-dollar capital projects. He also worked to test and integrate emerging technologies, new mobility approaches, and innovative partnership models into Metro’s portfolio.

    Previously, Colin served as a policy advisor and senior legislative aide for United States Senator Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware, the current Chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. In this role, Colin oversaw policy development and legislative strategy to support the Senator’s work on a range of federal legislation.

    Shelley Doran – Webcor

    Shelley Doran recently retired from her position of 21+ years as Senior Vice President with WEBCOR Builders. She led strategic business development and has focused much of the past 8 years on the P3 market sector in Social Infrastructure, Water Wastewater, and Transit, along with developing the companies Silicon Valley construction portfolio.

    Her former Construction and Development career included positions with Ford Motor Land Development, The Taubman Company and McDonalds Restaurants Real Estate and Construction. Shelley participates in many regional organizations , among them – SAMCEDA, Silicon Valley Leadership Group and Bay Area Council. Over the years her civic participation has included Planning commissioner, candidate for City Council and representative on ABAG for Santa Clara County. She currently is Vice Chair of the City of Los Altos Planning Commission.

    Kristine Bishop Johnson, AIA – HOK

    Kristine is a director of HOK’s global Justice practice. Based in Washington, D.C., she has more than 20 years of experience in the programming, planning and design of justice facilities. As a judicial planner, Kristine focuses on engaging stakeholders to understand their organizations’ operations and to maximize efficiency. She prides herself on building lasting relationships with the communities she has served.

    Kristine is a longtime member of the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) and participates on its Leadership Group and various sub-committees. She also is a member of the National Association for Court Management and a frequent speaker and author on courthouse planning and design.

    Claudio Andreeta – JCI

    Claudio is currently Director of Business Development for the dedicated Public-Private Partnership (P3) team within Johnson Controls that serves the North American market. He has 30+ years of experience in the building efficiency business providing solutions to clients that reduce their energy, operations and lifecycle costs while creating a more sustainable workplace. He is responsible for identifying and maintaining strategic relationships with key industry partners, market development and conducting research in support of the expansion of the company’s P3 business.

    He has successfully led the JCI business development team across all phases of the P3 partnership delivery process and manages contract negotiation from market sounding through to financial close. Claudio has participated on many projects working with design, construction and financial team members to add a whole of life perspective to project design which considers operations and energy in reducing costs and mitigating operational risk. As part of the P3 management team, Johnson Controls has combined to win (39) thirty-nine projects in the North American P3 market of which thirty-four are currently in operation which makes them the most experienced operator in the social infrastructure market.

    About the Moderator

    John Webre, AIA – Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture

    John is the CEO of Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture. He has been leading the firm for over 34 years. He has been recognized for his contributions to the design profession and has been a thought leader in the area of project delivery. An early adopter in the design/build industry, John has been an innovator in developing alternative project delivery, recognizing the contributions made by a collaborative form of project design and construction. He has been principal in charge of large public projects including office buildings, higher education facilities, courthouses and aviation. Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture was recognized with the AIACC Firm Award of 2013.

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    Date:
    Thursday, January 20, 2022
    Time:
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
    Cost:
    Free
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    Online Event

    Organizer

    AIA San Francisco
    Phone:
    (415) 874-2620
    Email:
    info@aiasf.org
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