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Welcome It is my great pleasure to welcome you to FIATECH’s Annual Technology Conference and Showcase March 31 through April 2 in exciting New Orleans, Louisiana. Creating Sustainable Business Value the “Big Easy” Way: Deploying Innovative Technologies is the theme this year. It is very appropriate since the primary focus of all our efforts is on how we can accelerate delivering increased, sustainable business value to our companies. This year’s conference and showcase will offer the broadest perspective to date of the possibilities and the deployment pathways for leading edge, innovative technologies. During this 2 1/2 day special event, we will hear about and experience emerging technologies and solutions that will significantly improve the business effectiveness of the capital project industry and enable you to create sustainable business value in your company. Being in the heart of New Orleans - the historic French Quarter - we will meld the excitement of this vibrant city with the discovery of new, better ways to plan and execute our capital projects and manage our installed facilities. In addition we’ll recognize and congratulate our exemplar peers during the Celebration of Engineering & Technology Innovations (CETI) Awards Gala on Tuesday night. Also at this time we will recognize those individuals who went above and beyond the call of duty within FIATECH projects, with the STAR Award. It is sure to be a night of great accomplishments and applause. If you are not a current member of FIATECH, now is the time to join us and help lead the capital projects industry into a future where all your projects deliver the results expected safely, faster, and more cost effectively than ever before. I and many leading owners, contractors and suppliers look forward to networking with you this week so that together we can accelerate the realization and gain the result of business benefits from FIATECH’s vision of a fully integrated and automated capital project process. James B. Porter, Jr. 2008 Tech Conference, Chair and Chief Engineer and Vice President, Engineering and Operations -- DuPont

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Special Events Joie de Vivre Opening Reception, Monday, March 31, 5:30pm - 7:30pm Sponsored by DuPont To kick off our conference with the zest of cajun flavor, DuPont is throwing an opening reception that will surely get you in the New Orleans mood! Joie de Vivre is a traditional Nawlins’ expression that means Joy of Life. Come to the reception in the Technology Showcase Area (La Nouvelle East and West) and get a sampling of what makes New Orleans one of the most unique places on earth! Come and taste traditional Cajun food like Seafood Gumbo, Smoked Sausage en Croute and Crab Meat Tartlets while enjoying an open bar of New Orleans spirits such as Hurricanes and beer! Do not leave too early as we will have a New Orleans palm reader and a bone reader to tell you what lies in your future! And what New Orleans trip wouldn’t be complete without a pound of beads around your neck? We will have plenty of Mardi Gras trinkets for you to take back home with you!

CETI Awards Gala, Tuesday, April 1, 5:30pm - 10:00pm To encourage innovative construction-related technologies that benefit the industry, in 2007 FIATECH established the CETI Awards - Celebration of Engineering & Technology Innovation. This award recognizes significant achievements in technology deployment and implementation in the capital projects industry. Also in 2007, FIATECH began recognizing the personal achievements of individuals with the creation of the Superior Technical Achievement Award (STAR). These individuals gave above and beyond to our projects, throughout the year. Because of their leadership, sacrifice of time and commitment, FIATECH and the capital projects industry as a whole has benefited. The reception starts at 5:30pm in the Technology Showcase, and the dinner will promptly begin at 7:00pm in the Queen Ann Ballroom. Dress for the event is business attire. Come and help celebrate the accomplishments with us on April 1st!

French Quarter Scavenger Hunt & Mardi Gras Closing Reception, Wednesday, April 2, 3:15pm - 7:30pm Sponsored by Dow Chemical Join a “krewe” of merrymakers and start the hunt! We’ll begin at the hotel and each team will be given a treasure chest filled with important information, clues, quiz, map and other important materials. Krewe’s will select a captain as well as other important positions needed for each krewe’s success. Krewes are encouraged to be creative in their strategizing and at the appointed time the Hunt is on to historic New Orleans landmarks and meetings with live and interesting characters representing the history and culture of New Orleans. You’ll get cool “treasures” at each location and the final clue will bring you to the Finish Line, back at the hotel for a well deserved treat at the Closing Mardi Gras themed reception!

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Keynote Speakers Monday Barry B. LePatner, Esq., is the founder of the New York City-based law firm LePatner & Associates LLP. For three decades, he has been prominent as an advisor on business and legal issues affecting the real estate, design, and construction industries. He is head of the law firm that has grown to become widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading advisors to corporate and institutional clients, real estate owners, and design professionals. A nationally recognized speaker, Mr. LePatner has addressed audiences on topics central to trends affecting the real estate industry at recent events including: “Real Estate Outlook,” an annual seminar series for corporate and real estate executives; “Protecting the Owner from Pitfalls in Today’s Construction Projects,” a series of Continuing Legal Education lectures given to law firms and their in-house real estate departments; “Protection, Survival, Readiness: Project Strategy in the Post 9/11 World,” a seminar presented to institutional, developer and corporate real estate executives; “Secure Space,” a building security seminar for corporate owners and developers; and “Marketing for Design Professionals” at the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Summer Program, with A. Eugene Kohn from 1990-2004. He has written extensively and is widely quoted in the media on the subject of construction law. Mr. LePatner has previously coauthored the legal sections of the Interior Design Handbook, McGraw Hill, 2001, and Structural & Foundation Failures: A Casebook for Architects, Engineers & Lawyers, McGraw Hill, 1982, coauthored with Sidney M. Johnson, P.E. His new book, Broken Buildings, Busted Budgets: How to Fix America’s Trillion-Dollar Construction Industry, is on shelves now. Recently published articles include “Construction Cost Increases: Owners Should Know the Difference Between the Myths and Realities,” New York Real Estate Journal, October 2006; and “Are You Prepared—Disaster Management Plans Help Owners Protect Their Investments” in the March/April 2006 issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine. Articles published in the New York Law Journal include: “Caveat Advocatus—Drafting Construction Agreements for Your Client’s New Construction Project Ain’t What It Used to Be,” March 27, 2006. Since 1980, he has edited and published the LePatner Report, a quarterly newsletter on business and legal issues for the firm’s design, real estate, and construction clients.

Tuesday Mike Park is the Hurricane Protection System Program Manager for Task Force Hope at the United States Army Corps of Engineers in New Orleans. In this key position, he helps orchestrates the Corps efforts to reduce risk for the residents of the Greater New Orleans area as the Corps provides the 100 year level of protection by 2011. Prior to this assignment, he was the operations manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in charge of the Hurricane Katrina debris removal project. According to the New Orleans City Business article from July 2007, Park --- a 51-year-old New Orleans native --- “has earned a respected place in history as the man who made sure mounds of destroyed homes, shattered trees and swamp debris were removed from our roadways, public parkways and home lots.” His presentation at the FIATECH annual conference is “An Overview of the Hurricane Protection System in 2008.”

Wednesday Aidan Chopra works at Google as the Product Evangelist for Google SketchUp, a 3D modeling tool used by design professionals, engineers and 3D enthusiasts all over the world. He is the author of Google SketchUp For Dummies and the textbook Introduction to Google SketchUp, both of which were published in 2007 by John Wiley & Sons. Aidan holds an undergraduate degree from NSCAD University in Halifax, and a Master of Architecture degree from Rice University in Houston. At Google, his job is to be an advocate for the everyday communication of concepts, ideas and places in 3D. Aidan is responsible for the SketchUpdate e-newsletter and blog, and contributes to the efforts of SketchUp’s marketing, training, product management and development teams.

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Technology Showcase The Technology Showcase will be held in LaNouvelle Orleans East and West. Breakfasts, breaks and receptions will take place in the Showcase area. Below is a diagram of the Showcase floor.

Exhibitors 1. Bentley Systems 2. Vela Systems 3. AVEVA 4. e-Builder 5. McLaren Software 6. Octaga 7. CMiC 8. Quantapoint 9. Xirrus 10. Inmarsat 11. Dassault 12. Texas A&M 13. Student Projects 14. Daratech 15. Arizona State University 16. FIATECH 17. Onuma/BIM Storm 18. Kalido 19. Oracle 20. Metegrity 21. Adobe 22. Skire 23. Intergraph 24. Meridian Systems 25. Trimble 26. OnTrack Engineering 27. Software Innovation

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Monday, March 31 1:00pm

Welcome Address (Queen Ann Ballroom) James B. Porter, Jr., Chief Engineer and Vice President, Engineering and Operations, DuPont

1:15pm

Road to Reform: How to Fix America’s Broken Construction Industry (Queen Ann Ballroom) Barry B. LePatner, Esq., Founding Partner, LePatner & Associates LLP

2:15pm

Roll Out’s Complete…Now What? Leveraging the Collaboration Platform to It’s Fullest Potential (Queen Ann Ballroom) Tad Fry, Manager of Engineering, Brewing Operations and Technology, Anheuser-Busch

2:45pm

Technology Management Tools and Methods (Queen Ann Ballroom) Richard Neal, President, Integrated Manufacturing Technology Initiative (IMTI)

3:10pm 3:20pm

Break

3:50pm

The Intelligent and Automated Construction Job Site Research Testbed (Queen Ann Ballroom) Kamel Saidi, Research Engineer, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

4:30pm

Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

4:30pm

Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems

Integration of GIS and GPS to Improve Utility Mapping and Damage Prevention Allan Chasey, Ph.D., Professor, Arizona State University Robert Cowan, Graduate Student, Arizona State University Louis Hecht, Executive Director, Global Business Development, Open Geospatial Consortium

4:30pm

Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Tad Fry, Manager of Engineering, Brewing Operations & Technology, Anheuser-Busch

Leveraging Collaborative Project Management Technology to Maintain the Built Environment Mark Douglas, MKM Associates Jonathan Knowles, Director of Worldwide Market Development, Autodesk Applying Existing Technology to Support the COAA Workface Planning Model Best Practice Lloyd Rankin, President, Ascension Systems Geoff Ryan, Insight-WFP Eric Crivella, Director Business Development, Common Point

Innovative LNG Tank Construction Techniques (Queen Ann Ballroom) Randy Park, Vice President Operations, Zachry Construction Corporation

Collaboration and the Path to Interoperability Derek Middlemas, Executive Vice President, AVEVA ERP and Interoperability Sandra Benson, Senior Industry Director - Engineering and Construction, Oracle Managing Engineering Inconsistency – Dealing With One of the By-Products of Interoperability Ewan Botterill, Director, Global Business Development Information Management, Intergraph

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Monday, March 31 & Tuesday, April 1 4:30pm

BIM Track (Bienville) Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

Skanska’s Meadowlands Stadium Case Study: Field-Enabled Real-time BIM and RFID Production Management Josh Kanner, Founder, Board Member, Vela Systems Dave Campbell, Vice President, Corporate Director, Skanska Andy Dickey, Product Manager, Tekla

5:30pm - Joie de Vivre Opening Reception (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West) 7:30pm Sponsored by DuPont

6:30am 7:00am

Tuesday, April 1 Breakfast (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West) Sponsored by Dassault Systèmes FIATECH 101 (optional) (Royal) Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

8:00am 2008 Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System Overview (Queen Ann Ballroom) Mike Park, Hurricane Protection System Program Manager, Task Force Hope of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 8:40am Information Booth – A Revolutionary On-Site Communication Concept (Queen Ann Ballroom) Janaka Ruwanpura, Ph.D., Director and Associate Professor, University of Calgary 9:05am Lessons From the Frontlines - Educating A Competitive, IT Savvy Engineering and Construction Workforce (Queen Ann Ballroom) William O’Brien, P.E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin

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9:30am 10:00am

Break (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West) Sponsored by Intergraph

10:00am

Creating Sustainable Business Value Through Innovation Sam Migliore, Product Manager, Bentley Systems Enterprise Visualization: Optimizing Engineering & Construction Workflows Paul Giaconia, Group Vice President, AutoVue Development, Oracle AutoVue Collaboration Reinvented: Intelligent Communication for Capital Projects Bassem Hamdy, Vice President of Solutions, CMiC

Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems Optimizing Your RFID Implementation – Tips, Tricks and Techniques From the Application of RFID in Real World Construction Projects Sangyoon Chin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sungkyunkwan University Cheolho Choi, CEO, DoallTech Liang Liu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Tuesday, April 1 10:00am

Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Tad Fry, Manager of Engineering, Brewing Operations and Technology, Anheuser-Busch

Flat Build™ and Green Project Delivery; Controlled Engineering Records From EPC to Owner Gui Ponce de Leon, Ph.D., P.E., CEO and Managing Principal, PMA Construction Managing Controlled Engineering Records for the Critical Information Transfer From the EPC to Plant Sustainment and Operations at Suncor Energy Using CERLL Philip Cleghorn, Manager Intranets, Extranets and Enterprise Content Management, Suncor Hugh Ritchie, Program Industry Manager - Energy, Open Text

10:00am BIM Track (Bienville) Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

11:00am

Git-R-Done: Blue Collar BIM (An Integrated Processes Case Study) and Second Generation BIM: Emerging Scenarios and Values Finith Jernigan, Executive Architect & Author, Design Atlantic William Gordy, Deputy Fire Chief, City of Salisbury Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH Visibility and Efficiency Across the Project Life Cycle Bruno Berti, Senior Director of Product Line Management, Meridian Systems Delivering Value Through Business Process Management John Leet, Director of Marketing, Skire The Rosetta Stone: Value Added Via Integration Mike Milinusic, President, OnTrack Engineering

11:00am Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems

Who’s Teaching Your SmartBuildings Now and What Are They Learning? Rich Chmielewski, Chemical & Biofuels Marketing Manager, Siemens Jeff Becker, Director, Global Wireless Business, Honeywell Process Solutions

11:00am Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Jorge Vanegas, Ph.D., Director and Professor, Center for Housing & Urban Development, Texas A&M University

Design, Operate, Maintain (DOM) – A New Systems Perspective on Plant Asset Life Cycle Management and Information Interoperability Sidney Snitkin, Ph.D., Vice President, General Manager, Enterprise Advisory Services, ARC Advisory Group

11:00am

BIM Track (Bienville) Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors A Pentagon LEED Certification Case Study for Developing New Integrative Technologies for Managing Sustainability Kathy Alberding, Partner, Heller & Metzger Barbara Heller, President and CEO, Design+Construction Strategies

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Tuesday, April 1 12:00pm Lunch (Hunt Room Grille) Sponsored by AVEVA 1:00pm Sponsorship Welcome Message from AVEVA (Queen Ann Ballroom) 1:15pm

BIMstorm™ - The Big Easy Way (Queen Ann Ballroom) Kimon Onuma, President, ONUMA Stephen Hagan, Project Knowledge Center, Property Development Division, Public Buildings Service US General Services Administration, National Capital Region (GSA) Dianne Davis, BIM Process Director, President, AEC Infosystems

1:50pm

Conversation With Next Generation Tool Developers (Queen Ann Ballroom) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

2:30pm 3:30pm

Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

Hi Performance Wi-Fi Networking, the Great In–Building Enabler Kurt Sauter, Director, Product Marketing, Xirrus The Connected Site - An Industry Moves Into the Future LaVonne Frazier, Director, Trimble Mobile Satellite Communications – Enabling Remote Construction Connectivity Simon Curran, Business Development Manager, Inmarsat

3:30pm

Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems

Break (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West) Sponsored by Software Innovation

Mobile Augmented Reality for Construction and Production Charles Woodward, Ph.D., Research Professor, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Jani Peltopuro, Section Manager, Design Technologies, Poyry Forest Industry

3:30pm

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Jonathan Bowman, Business Development Manager - AEC/EPC Vertical Market, Adobe Systems Dave Anderson, Vice President of Engineering, Oracle

Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Robin Benjamins, Integration Manager, Bechtel ISO 15926 WIP Implementation - Cooperation in ADI Julian Bourne, Product Manager & Research Analyst, NRX Global Manoj Dharwadkar, Director, Technology Management, Bentley Systems


Tuesday, April 1 3:30pm

BIM Track (Bienville) Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

How Much is Regulatory Inefficiency Costing You? – No BIM, No BAM and No BOOM Bob Wible, Project Manager, FIATECH Codes and Standards Automation - Transforming Engineering Specifications From Static Documents Into Intelligent, Electronic Resources Leon Gorbaty, Rotating Machinery Specialist, S&B Engineers and Constructors Application of Building Information Modeling for Plan Review and Approval in e-Government Eunice Lee, Special Projects Coordinator, International Code Council

4:30pm

Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

Improving the Planning Process for Sustained Business Value Jonathan Antevy, CEO and Co-Founder, e-Builder Joseph Buysse, Project and Product Life Management, K. Hovnanian Homes Exploiting Cutting-Edge Gaming Technology and 3D ISO Standards in Capital Projects Ola Odegard, CEO and Founder, Octaga John Arthur, CTO and Founder, Octaga

4:30pm

Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems

Spatial Imaging Benefits for the Owner/Operator Ken Dooley, N. America Account Manager, Trimble Laser Models - A Clear Revolution Eric Hoffman, CEO, Quantapoint

4:30pm

Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Allan Chasey,Ph.D., Professor, Arizona State University

Maximizing the Business Value of Facility Management Automation Jennifer Keller, Manager, Facility Planning, Dow Jones Chris Keller, Managing Director, Facilities Solutions Group

4:30pm

BIM Track (Bienville) Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

The Enterprise Responsive Building Toby Considine, Ph.D., Systems Specialist and Chair OASIS oBIX TC, University of North Carolina

5:30pm 7:00pm

CETI Awards Reception (Technology Showcase, La Nouvelle East and West) CETI Awards Gala (Queen Ann Ballroom) * Business attire

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Wednesday, April 2 6:30am

Breakfast (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West)

8:00am Google, Google on the Wall, Who’s the Best Prepared of All? (Queen Ann Ballroom) Aidan Chopra, Product Evangelist, SketchUp and Google Earth, Google 8:40am Future Construction & Transportation Technology (Queen Ann Ballroom) Chang-se Kim, President, Korea Institute of Construction & Transportation Technology Evaluation and Planning (KICTEP) 9:05am

Meeting the Information Management Challenges of Today’s Capital Project Environment - An Owner Operator Perspective (Queen Ann Ballroom) Edward Fry, Manager, Major Capital Projects IM/IT Support, Chevron

9:30am 10:00am

Break (Technology Showcase, LaNouvelle Orleans East and West) (Raffle for Rally Around the Roadmap - iPhone Giveaway) Sponsored by CMiC Simulation Guided Project Planning (Queen Ann Ballroom) Chuck Sander, Principal Consultant, ePM Pat Gorman, Director of Technical Development, ePM

10:30am Expanding Roadmap Opportunities (Queen Ann Ballroom) Deke Smith, FAIA, Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance, National Institute for Building Sciences (NIBS) 11:10am Technology Showcase Track (Bonnet Carre) Moderator: Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH

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Assuring Asset Documentation Integrity With Automated Business Processes for the Enterprise Mike Jones, Vice President of Marketing, McLaren Software The Information Management Crisis in Major Capital Projects Ray Simonson, CEO, Software Innovation Unifying Projects, Processes and Resources in a Capital Project’s Construction and Operation: Leveraging the Value of Plant Life Cycle Management Rolf Gibbels, Director, WW Industry Leader Process, Power & Petroleum, Dassault Systèmes

11:10am

Emerging Technology Track (Royal) Moderator: Fran Rabuck, Director Real Time Asset Lab, Bentley Systems

Business Model Driven Integrated Asset Information Management Hakan Sarbanoglu, Director of Knowledge Center, Kalido Bill Nystrom, Project Management and Maintenance, BP

11:10am

Interoperability Track (Iberville) Moderator: Robin Benjamins, Integration Manager, Bechtel

Aspects of Executing Project Engineering Utilizing Life Cycle Software Tools and Techniques Stephen Kersch, Corporate Systems Business Development Manager, Mustang Engineering Jim Klein, Manager of the Technical Resource, AVEVA


Wednesday, April 2 Track (Bienville) 11:10am BIM Moderator: Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

Extending BIM to Capture Construction Process Documentation James Goedert, P.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chairman of the Construction Systems Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Pavan Meadati, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Construction Management Department, Southern Polytechnic University

12:00pm Lunch (Hunt Room Grille) 1:00pm

Making Cents With BIM (Queen Ann Ballroom) Laird Landis, Manager of Virtual Design and Construction for Worldwide Facilities Group – Capital Projects, General Motors

1:30pm

3DVirtual Reality for Production Optimization & Asset Management (Queen Ann Ballroom) Alexandre Casalechi, Developer of Automation Projects, Petrobas Marc deBuyl, Vice President of the Americas and Managing Director, VRcontext Nelia Mazula, Technical Manager, VRcontext

2:00pm

The World’s Largest Supercomputer, and What It Could Do for Your Company Melyssa Fratkin, Manager of External Relations, Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas at Austin

2:30pm

FIATECH: Serving the Industry (Queen Ann Ballroom) Ric Jackson, Director, FIATECH Gary Barnes, IS&T Product Manager, Bechtel

3:00pm

Closing Remarks, Invitation to 2008 Members Meeting (Queen Ann Ballroom) James B. Porter, Jr., Chief Engineer and Vice President, Engineering and Operations, DuPont Keith Roe, Chairman, President, CEO, Burns & Roe

3:15pm

French Quarter Scavenger Hunt (Queen Ann Ballroom) Sponsored by Dow Chemical

5:30pm

Mardi Gras Closing Reception Sponsored by Dow Chemical

7:30pm

Conference Adjourns

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Post-Program Events

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8:00am - 12:00pm

FIATECH Board of Directors Spring Meeting (Iberville)

8:00am - 5:00pm

Roadmap Champions Workshop (Bienville)

8:00am 5:00pm

ISO 15926 Implementers Workshop (Royal)

Chair: Gary Barnes, Portfolio Manager, Bechtel

Chair: Onno Papp, Intergration Manager, Fluor and Ian Glendinning, Information Management & Integration, Intergraph


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