Learn a foundational model for determining which capital projects to move forward with.
Many institutions continue to prioritize capital projects—student life, academic, or administrative—without assessing their full impact. Learn how you can improve the prioritization of capital projects at your institution by better addressing the ROI associated with each project. You will gain the tactics you need to better:
Throughout this event, you will see examples of project prioritization matrices and leave with a foundation-level model for ensuring that you are embarking on the right capital project for your institution.
This event is most beneficial through team attendance. Representatives from capital planning, facilities and business offices can collectively learn how a holistic capital planning effort can strengthen your capital project prioritization process.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to better prioritize future capital projects on your campus.
With nearly twenty-five years of experience in both the private and institutional practice of architecture, Peter has been responsible for nearly $1 billion worth of construction over the last decade at the University of Delaware and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Peter served as the project director for the architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross of Baltimore, MD during the design of the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory, and then as the University Architect during its construction. With these dual roles as reference, Peter can provide a unique perspective on the design and implementation of Delaware’s STEM facility.
Peter is a member of the Society for College and University Planning, the US Green Building Council, the American Institute of Architects, and the Association of University Architects. His professional focus is on the beneficial impacts of collaborative planning with faculty, staff, and students.
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