New Facilities - Developer-Based Solutions Mitigate Risk and Re-Define "Experience" Tuesday, 22 October 2019 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Location
252C
Session Type
Learning Experience

Tired of the “old” RFP/matrix process? Imagine, regardless of ownership or capital structure, moving into a single step by selecting a Developer Partner as your single point of accountability throughout the journey. Your new partner helps assemble and take responsibility for the project team, manages inter-department coordination; and, oversees budget, schedule, design, and more. Dow Chemical Company embraces the developer-based delivery method for many of its facilities. Learn about Dow's new award-winning world headquarters - a product of the developer-based approach. Gain new perspective of the value, and customer-experience potential in this collaborative approach.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the fundamentals of a developer-based solution.

  • Identify solutions and ideas that otherwise get overlooked or become cost-prohibitive to implement after-the-fact.

  • Learn about Dow’s new world headquarters and how they used the developer-based approach.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Frank Kayden, MCR, SLCR Frank Kayden, MCR, SLCR
Independent Consultant, Dow Chemical Co
Speaker
Portrait photo of Quinn Kiriluk Quinn Kiriluk
Executive Vice President, Corporate Real Estate & Chief Marketing Officer, KIRCO
Speaker
Portrait photo of Brian Richard Brian Richard
Executive Vice President, Director of Science & Technology Projects, Kirksey Architecture
Speaker
Portrait photo of Thomas Sonk Thomas Sonk
Executive Managing Director, Client Accounts, Newmark Knight Frank
Speaker

Topics

Finance, Manufacturing & Industrial, Risk Management

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