Incorporating IT into Airport Construction Projects
Thursday June 21, 2012
12:30 – 1:30 p.m. EDT
The procurement and contracting processes for capital projects and information technology (IT) are normally very different at airports. However, airport sponsors and airlines can reap many benefits through effective planning that incorporate IT systems and infrastructure into the capital development projects. Join this webinar to learn best practices for the procurement and implementation of IT systems in airport construction programs from perspective of an Airport IT Manager, an Airline IT Infrastructure Program Manager, and a Deputy Airport Terminal Construction Program Manager. This webinar will feature lessons learned from construction projects at:
- Terminal 1 at Toronto Pearson International Airport
- JetBlue Terminal 5 at JFK International Airport
- Delta Expansion and Enhancement Program at Terminal 4 at JFK International Airport
Learning Objectives: During this webinar you will be able to –
- Apply innovative IT implementation strategies to reduce costs and risks in airport construction projects.
- Leverage corporate procurement agreements to benefit from economies of scale and simplify licensing as well as ongoing support agreements
- Effectively incorporate IT into airport construction projects
Intended Audience: Airport and Airline construction program managers and IT managers, consultants, engineers, construction managers.
- Al Lyons | Principal, Americas ITC, ARUP
- Ryan Marzullo | Deputy Program Director, Delta Airlines – JFK Terminal 4 Expansion and Enhancement Project
- Matt Mega | IT Program Manager, JetBlue Airways
- Rocco Rao | General Manager Strategic Sourcing, Greater Toronto Airport Authority
Format: The webinar will consist of instruction and a Power Point presentation. Prior to the session participants will be provided 1) a copy of the presentations and 2) a sign-in sheet to verify attendance. A certificate of participation will be provided after the webinar.
Registration: This webinar is available for $75 for ACC members, FAA and airports, and $100 for non-members. Registration is for each site and can be viewed by multiple staff. (See important note below regarding professional development hours.) The registration deadline is three business days prior to start of the webinar. Late registrations may be accepted if space is available and will be assessed a $20.00 late fee. All faxed and mailed registrations must be accompanied by payment.
PDHs: This webinar is eligible for 1.0 professional development hours (PDHs). Two business days before the seminar, site hosts will receive a link to download the course material and a sign-in sheet to verify attendance. Participants interested in achieving PDHs must sign in on this sheet and submit the form to ACC by close of business the day of the webinar. ACC will send a certificate of participation after the webinar. Since continuing education credits vary from state to state, ACC strongly recommends that individuals check with local licensing organizations for specific requirements prior to registering and participating in this webinar.
If you have any questions contact T.J. Schulz at 703-683-5900 or email@example.com.