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Reducing Construction Costs: Uses of Best Dispute Resolution Practices by Project Owners: Proceedings Report Appendixes

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Reducing Construction Costs: Uses of Best Dispute Resolution Practices by Project Owners: Proceedings Report APPENDIX A Forum Agenda 8:45-9:00 Welcoming Remarks   William W. Brubaker, NAC, Smithsonian Institution; Vice-Chair, Federal Facilities Council   James G. Slaughter, Jr., NAC, S&B Engineering & Construction; President, National Academy of Construction 9:00-9:30 Keynote Address: “Changing the Adversarial Culture of the Construction Industry”   Thomas J. Stipanowich, President and CEO, International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution 9:30-10:30 Brief Review of Typical “Dispute Prevention and Resolution Best Practices”   James P. Groton, NAC, Past President, American College of Construction Lawyers   Robert A. Rubin, NAC, Past President, American College of Construction Lawyers 10:30-11:00 Break 11:00-12:30 Specific Examples of Successful Uses of Dispute Prevention and Resolution Best Practices   Documentation of Successful Results from Using CII Best Practices   Hans Van Winkle, NAC, Director, Construction Industry Institute   Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Successful Uses of Dispute Resolution Best Practices   Takis Salpeas, Assistant General Manager, WMATA Capital Projects   Using “Bridging” and Dispute Resolution to Improve Design/Build Projects   George Heery, President, Brookwood Program Management   Project Success in the Pentagon Renovation Through Dispute Resolution Best Practices   Andrew Blumenfeld, Chief Counsel, Pentagon Renovation Project 12:30-1:30 Lunch 1:30-2:45 Current Extent of Use of Dispute Prevention and Early Resolution Practices Among Project Owners; Why Aren’t They More Widely Used?   Principal Speaker:   Paul Barshop, Chief Operating Officer, Independent Project Analysis, Inc.   Commentators:   Theodore C. Kennedy, NAC, Founder, BE&K, Inc.   James B. Porter, Jr., Vice President, Engineering & Operations, DuPont   Gerald H. Greene, NAC, former Proctor and Gamble Manager

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Reducing Construction Costs: Uses of Best Dispute Resolution Practices by Project Owners: Proceedings Report   Moderator:   Richard Little, Director, Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment, National Research Council 2:45-3:00 Break 3:00-4:00 Exploring Ways to Encourage and Implement Greater Uses of Dispute Resolution Best Practices   G. Edward Gibson, NAC, Director, Center for Construction Industry Studies, University of Texas   Lester Edelman, former Chief Counsel, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers   Thomas J. Stipanowich, President, International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution   Michael C. Vorster, NAC, Ph.D., Construction and Management Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute 4:00-4:15 Summary of Key Points of the Forum and Adjournment 4:15-5:30 Reception