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SAVE Metro NY Chapter & IEEE Consultants’ Network/NY Section Meeting
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When: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
5:30-7:30 PM
Where: Offices of HNTB Corporation
350 Fifth Avenue
Empire State Building, 57th Floor
New York City, New York  10118
United States
Contact: Babu Veeregowda

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The SAVE International Metro New York Chapter and the IEEE Consultants’ Network/New York Section are holding a dinner meeting/presentation on “Quantitative Risk Analysis and VE” by Mr. Eric Ho. This meeting/presentation will take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5:30-7:30 pm ET at the offices of HNTB Corporation in New York City.

PRESENTATION: Risk analyses are performed on complex projects for many purposes, including contingency determination, decision analysis, and project validation. This presentation will discuss the process, procedures and modeling techniques involved with an integrated cost and schedule quantitative risk analysis and how risk can be integrated with Value Engineering reviews.

BIO: Eric Ho is the Director of Risk Management at Value Management Strategies, Inc. He has 20 years of experience in the construction consulting field, including roles in risk management, project management, cost management, scheduling, estimating and project oversight. Eric has worked on various sectors across the country, including infrastructure, government, financial, pharmaceutical, hospitality, residential, retail and academic sectors. He is a certified Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), and is currently serving on the CMAA (Construction Management Association of America) technical sub-committee. Eric has an M.Eng degree in Construction Engineering & Management and a BSE degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Michigan.

RSVP before April 3, 2019.

All welcome; bring a colleague or friend! RSVP requested to bveeregowda@hntb.com.

Attendance Cost: $10 (No charge for students presenting a valid student I.D.)