Part 2: Setting Target Values
Join our June breakfast and hear from our panelist who will discuss Target Value Delivery. This is the first of a two-part discussion focusing on how target values are set. Panelists will discuss their experience in developing a Project Target Value and then establishing specific target value buckets. Panelists will show us examples of the systems they use. They will provide project examples that will illustrate some of their lessons learned in developing target values. Part two will follow up on this discussion in our October breakfast to discuss how teams deliver on specific targets.
- 7:15: Doors Open/ Networking
- 7:30 – 7:45 AM: Breakfast Served & General DBIA Welcome & Announcements
- 7:45 – 8:45 AM: Program
- 8:45 – 9:15 AM: Q&A
- 9:15 – 9:30 AM: Networking
- Members | $35
- Non-Members | $55
- Members Virtual | $20
- Non-Members Virtual | $25
Applying for 1.5 DBIA & AIA Credit
Date: June 13, 2023
Time: 7:15 AM – 9:30 AM
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- Understand how Target Values are developed.
- Define the roles and responsibilities of team members in establishing target values.
- Lessons learned and the do’s & don’ts involved in Target Value Delivery.
About Our Speakers:
Craig Robertson is the current Director of Preconstruction for Lease Crutcher Lewis’ (Lewis for short) Oregon Operation. His career in construction began at an early age as a third-generation carpenter. Nearly 24 years later, Craig has worn many hats ranging from carpenter, intern, project engineer, preconstruction manager, and now director, serving public and private clients.
As Director of Preconstruction, Craig is responsible for setting up a project for success. Craig’s diverse background allows him to quickly understand and fulfill project priorities and goals. Leveraging his extensive project engineering and estimating experience, Craig is an expert at engaging with owners, design teams and trade partners early to ensure that every dollar spent maximizes the value for our clients and their unique projects. Craig is currently working on progressive design-build projects for local healthcare and hospitality clients. Throughout his career, he has worked on a variety of projects valued at up to $200 million and has grown to become a tenacious leader in our industry.
Ryan Banning is a highly experienced design and preconstruction manager at Skanska USA Building Inc, based in Portland, Oregon. He is a dedicated professional in the field of commercial construction with over 17 years of industry experience. Ryan holds a DBIA-certified professional certificate.
Ryan’s career began in Arizona, where he spent a decade working on various projects in the state. Afterward, he relocated to Oregon to take a leadership role in overseeing the design and construction of the Hyatt Regency Convention Center Hotel. Since then, he has been a resident of Oregon for the past seven years.
Currently, Ryan is actively involved in multiple projects. He is leading the design efforts for the Pacific Surgical Center in Longview, Washington, as well as a confidential tech project located in Tualatin, Oregon. These responsibilities showcase his capacity to manage and oversee projects across different locations and sectors.
Ryan’s passion for design-build methodology has led him to his current role as a design manager. He finds fulfillment in sharing his knowledge and expertise through peer mentorships and client working sessions. Additionally, he has conducted training sessions on Lean practices, Safety through design, and Design Management processes, emphasizing his commitment to continuous improvement and collaboration.
Damon is Director of Design Phase with Mortenson. He is responsible for providing input and leadership to the design phase process. He understands technical and planning attributes of specific building types and provides meaningful input to the project’s programming and conceptual design activities. Damon coordinates design team members and preconstruction services such as estimating, scheduling, project planning, constructability, and site utilization.
With over 23 years of design phase management expertise, Damon’s early engagement and collaboration with our project teams and customers is critical to delivering certainty early in design and anticipating challenges before they arise. His early engagement on our projects allows our team to develop innovative solutions, and ensures we are executing upon our customers’ vision.