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    Project Delivery Summit

    October 10-12, 2017 l Sands Expo and Convention Centre
    Marina Bay Sands, Singapore


  • Monday, October 9

    •  6:00 p.m. –  9:00 p.m. Welcome Reception
  • Tuesday, October 10

    • 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.Breakfast
      9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.Keynote Address
      10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.Industry Keynote
      11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Lunch and Meet the Be Inspired Awards Finalists
      12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Opening keynote:
      Project delivery in an era of digitally enabled and data-driven engineering and construction
      Mukund Sridhar, Partner, McKinsey and Co

      The evolution of high-tech engineering and construction manufacturing, data exchange, and automation and its role in advancing and accelerating the development of infrastructure

      This session will discuss global opportunities from modern manufacturing techniques to offsite construction and prefabrication. Progress on the journey toward design to construct and operate.

      Topics will draw on the findings of McKinsey’s recent reports on rethinking construction’s future and reimagining the industry’s digital future to provide delegates with vital insight into the way that project delivery will evolve.
      1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.Panel:
      Managing the culture shift needed to industrialize project delivery

      How will evolving technology and the drive toward engineering and construction manufacturing impact the new project delivery process?
      How can we sustain and accelerate the technological advancement of infrastructure?
      How do we identify new skills to drive manufacture into infrastructure?

      AECOM – Scott Dunn, Vice President, Strategy & Growth South East Asia
      Mott MacDonald – Derek Murray, Global Head of Digital Projects
      Aurecon – Will Hackney, Digital Leader, Infrastructure (Melbourne)
      Jacobs – Darren Martin, Head of Digital Solutions
      POWERCHINA Huadong Engineering Corporation Ltd – Jinfeng Wang, Chief Engineer
      2:15 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.Break
      2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Case Studies:
      How project delivery organizations are embracing modern delivery methods to design and execute real and current projects. This session will highlight:

      1. Ports: The Tuas Terminal Development
      Loh Yan Hui, Deputy Managing Director, Surbana Jurong

      A centerpiece of Singapore’s ‘Next Generation Port Vision’ and testament to Singapore’s commitment as a global maritime nation. It utilizes a new generation of technologies to increase efficiency and productivity, maximize use, improve safety and security, and raise the level of environmental sustainability.

      2. AECOM: Digital Engineering

      Tomason Lai, Director of Innovative Solutions Department, AECOM

      AECOM will share best practices in embracing new technology to deliver better outcomes across built environment assets. In particular, the case study will draw on lessons learned and experience gained from recent activities on projects in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

      3. Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) for the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 Project

      Gerry O’Toole, Project Manager, CH2M

      The Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) is one of Public Utility Board's (PUB)—Singapore's national water agency—biggest projects and one of the most significant used water projects in Asia. When complete it will support Singapore’s population growth and free up land for other higher-value developments. Tuas WRP, located in west Singapore, will be the largest and most complex infrastructure project to be implemented under DTSS2. When complete in 2025, it will feature advanced treatment processes to minimize energy consumption and sludge production, and maximize biogas production for the generation of electricity. The case study will detail work carried out to conceptualize and deliver the complex project.
      4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Working break with table discussions:

      What does your business need to do to better align with this new model of project delivery?
      This session will provide delegates the opportunity to work with table groups and reflect on the presentations and panel discussions. You will gain better insight into how your peers will exploit the potential business opportunities in an era of digitally enabled and data-driven engineering and construction.

      Issues to share might include:
      Do we understand enough about our clients’ needs?
      Do we have the skills to deliver to the needs of future clients?
      Who in our supply chain will we need to work with more closely in the future?
      What investment will be needed in research and innovation?
      What most excites us about the future for project delivery?
      What most concerns us about our future in project delivery?
      4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.Afternoon keynote: Owners’ perspective How will project delivery innovations impact a new breed of customer and outcome-focused asset owner-operators
      Changi Airport Group (CAG)

      Changi Airport Group (CAG) has shortlisted three teams to design the Terminal 5 (T5) building, and will shortlist teams for the master civil consultancy services that was launched in 2017. This session will provide an overview of the project including the design of infrastructure outside of the T5 buildings, including taxiways, aircraft parking stands, roadways, and drainage systems, as well as the connections for utilities such as power, water, gas, and telecommunications to the T5 buildings. The T5 project is part of the larger Changi East development to ensure that the airport has capacity to meet the predicted growth in passenger and airfreight traffic. The wider project includes a new three-runway system plus cargo complexes and other supporting infrastructure. The project is scheduled for completion in the late 2020s.
  • Wednesday, October 11

    • 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.Breakfast
      9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.Bentley Technology Keynotes
      11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Lunch
      12:30 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.Opening Keynote: Future Thinking: What will smart city infrastructure look like in 2032?
      Steffen Endler, Head of Strategy & Business Excellence, Siemens

      Digital technology is changing the way we live, work, and travel in and around cities. As the world becomes increasingly urbanized, with some 70 percent of the population expected to live in cities by 2050, governments are looking to use new technology to help existing and new infrastructure work harder and deliver better solutions for the public and communities. So, what does the digitally enhanced infrastructure look like? What will future smart cities need to develop?

      This session will draw on the work of the Siemens Future City project in Singapore to explore the answers to these questions. Delegates will understand more clearly what impact digital technology and new thinking might have on project delivery firms with specific reference to the use and development of:
      - Autonomous vehicles
      - Robotics
      - Design for manufacture
      - BIM Level 4
      - Augmented reality
      1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.Interview: The Global Perspective on New Models for Construction Delivery
      Ray O’Connor, Senior Managing Executive Officer, General Manager of Positioning Company, Topcon

      As head of the Positioning business within the Topcon group, Ray O’Connor's challenge is to deliver a simple business mission to automate the two largest industries in the world – construction and agriculture. Using its GNSS, machine control, and precision agriculture systems, combined with Topcon Enterprise Solutions, its cloud-enabled data and site management software systems – the firm is already making progress globally toward making the ambition a reality.

      This session will draw on Ray’s experience and the challenges he has overcome while driving these traditional industries toward a new world of digital technology and information management. It will explore his vision for the future of the construction and highlight the ways that he sees new tools and technologies radically influencing and improving project delivery in the future; identify the success stories; and explore the potential and on-going blockers to future change. Interview by Antony Oliver.
      2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.Break
      2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
      Afternoon Keynote:
      Nick Smallwood, VP Capital Projects, Shell

      Hear from Nick Smallwood, who will share how Shell is making improvements and efficiencies in CAPEX projects.
      3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
      Case Studies:
      The owner's perspective: Sustaining infrastructure using modern methods of design, construction, operation, and maintenance

      Senior representatives from some of the largest infrastructure asset development and operation authorities will share their thoughts on the current project portfolio and explain how they see the use of technology and modern methods of construction impacting future construction, operation, and maintenance activities. They will also challenge the delivery supply chain with their vision for transformed infrastructure project delivery and focus on customer service and whole-life value. What does the supply chain need to do to keep its competitive advantage?

      1. Land Transport Authority (LTA) - The challenge of expanding Singapore's transport infrastructure.
      This session will draw on examples such as the delivery of the Khanji Expressway, Pan-Island Expressway, and Thompson East Coast MRT 2020-24 to share with delegates a vision for efficient modern project delivery.

      2. Public Utilities Board - The challenge of delivering a new era of public water infrastructure.
      The session will draw on examples such as the Tuas Water Reclamation Project, Changi Water Reclamation Plant Phase 2 Contract, and Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 to share with delegates a vision for efficient modern project delivery.

      3. Building Construction Authority - The challenge of delivering a new era of public building infrastructure.
      The session will draw on examples of projects from the residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional sectors to share with delegates a vision for efficient modern project delivery.

      4. Rio Tinto Case Study: The Changing Owner's Perspective
      Rob Ritchie, Former Systems Director, Major Projects at Rio Tinto
      Owner-operators have continued to increase in maturity. The nature of the modern operation is changing. This is driving owners to become far more mature in the expectations they have for EPC/Ms when delivering projects. This case study explores some of the trends owners are moving toward and what that means in the context of a successful project. These trends will ultimately drive the selection of contracting models, play a much stronger role in partner selection, and vary how engineering design, construction, and handover is undertaken.
      - Schedule Ready Assets – predictive capabilities in asset management fundamentally changes the way the operation works; what this means for design, construct, and handover.
      - BIM in an Industrial Context –Beyond the build, 6D, 7D use cases of the BIM.
      - The Digital Twin - Holistic data commissioning and its critical role in operational start-up performance.
      - The emerging role of the 3D model in the operational context.
      4:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Break
      4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.Afternoon keynote: Project delivery lessons from the oil and gas industry
      Richard Haydock, Program Manager, Modernization & Transformation, BP Global Projects Organization

      Richard Haydock, BP UK Sunbury, is the program manager for modernization & transformation within BP's Global Projects Organization, which is directed by the CEO of their upstream business. Richard will share the journey BP is taking along the path of digitization.
      5:15 p.m. – 5:40 p.m.Roundtable discussion
      6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.Summit Dinner
  • Thursday, October 12

    • 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.Breakfast
      9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.Guest Keynote
      10:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Choose from: Alliance Pavilion or Account Meetings
      11:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.


      1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.Alliance Partner Presentations
      6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.Be Inspired Reception, Dinner, and Awards Ceremony