ENR Global Construction Summit 2013


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Join leaders from the major construction markets around the world to explore how globalization is impacting and changing the construction industry, where the opportunities for growth are, and what is required to compete on the international playing field.

ENR has hosted 300+ delegates from more than 20 countries representing the Asia-Pacific, North American, South American, European, and Middle-East construction markets.

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ENR Global Construction Summit 2013

  1. 1. June 6-7, 2013The McGraw-Hill Companies Headquarters, New York CityENR Global Construction Summit 2013
  2. 2. ENR 2013 Global Construction Summit – An overviewThe ENR Global Construction Summit brings togetherindustry professionals from major construction markets aroundthe world to explore growth opportunities and investigatesolutions to the most pressing challenges on the internationalplaying field.Additionally, for the first time, ENR will present the ENR GlobalBest Projects Awards, a new annual awards programdedicated to honoring the best global construction projects andthe companies that designed and built them.For more information on how to enter, visit:http://enr.construction.com/bestprojects/global/2013/Default.aspFor tickets to the Summit and Awards dinner, please visit ourregistration page.
  3. 3. Global Construction Summit – AgendaThursday, June 61:00 PM – 1:15 PM Opening Remarks Keith Fox, President, McGraw-Hill Construction Paul L. Bonington, Vice President Media Publisher, McGraw-HillConstruction1:15 PM – 2:00 PM Keynote: Navigating Historic Times: Where the Global Economy GoesFrom Here – Paul Sheard, Executive Managing Director,Standard & Poor’s2:00 PM – 2:30 PM Keynote: Global Supply Chain Management – Ronald M. DeFeo,Executive Chairman, Terex Corporation2:30 PM – 3:00 PM Networking & Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Registration & Refreshments in Exhibit Hall
  4. 4. Global Construction Summit – AgendaThursday, June 63:00 PM – 4:00 PM Procurement: Outfitting the Global FirmModerator•Ryan J. Orr, Executive Director, Stanford UniversityPanelists•Kathy Canaan, Director Logistics & Export Compliance, Fluor•Philip Ovanessians, Vice President, Samsung Construction &Trading Corp.
  5. 5. Global Construction Summit – AgendaThursday, June 64:00 PM – 5:00 PM The 24/7 Firm – Global Workload Sharing & ManagementModerator•Greg Bentley, Chief Executive Officer, Bentley Systems, IncPanelists•Andy Ewens, Engineering Director – Group Operations, AMEC•David A. McAlister, PE, Director of Corporate Development, ParsonsBrinckerhoff•John E. Taylor, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Virginia Tech5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Cocktail & Networking Reception in Exhibit Hall6:30 PM ENR’s Global Best Projects Awards
  6. 6. Global Construction Summit – AgendaFriday, June 77:00 AM – 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall8:00 AM – 8:10 AM Opening RemarksJanice L. Tuchman, Editor-in-Chief, Engineering News-Record8:10 AM – 8:40 AM Keynote: Let’s Go International – Lee A. McIntire, Chairman, CH2MHill8:40 AM – 9:40 AM Follow the Owner: Getting on the A-ListModeratorCliff Brewis, AIA CC, Senior Director Editorial Operations, DodgeInternational, McGraw-Hill ConstructionPanelistsJames C. Ellis, Global Engineering Director, DuPontIrv Kieback, Corporate Engineering Director, Procter & GambleGrant R. Stevens, Senior Managing Director & Co-Country Head,Hines India
  7. 7. Global Construction Summit – AgendaFriday, June 710:10AM – 11:10 AM Partnerships, Joint Ventures and Mergers & Acquisitions: DifferentModels for Different Global MarketsModeratorStephen P. Darnell, Managing Director, FMI Capital Advisors, Inc.PanelistsJohn M. Dionisio, Chairman, AECOMUwe Krueger, Chief Executive Officer, AtkinsNassefSawiris, Director, Orascom Construction IndustriesWilliam P. Utt, Chairman, KBR, Inc.9:40 AM – 10:10 AM Networking & Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall
  8. 8. Global Construction Summit – AgendaFriday, June 712:00 PM – 12:30 PM Closing Keynote: Global Construction 2025Graham D. Robinson, Executive Director, Global Construction12:30 PM Closing RemarksPaul L. Bonington, Vice President Media Publisher, EngineeringNews-Record, McGraw-Hill Construction12:30 PM Conference Concludes11:10 AM – 12:00 PM Digital Cities & Smarter GrowthPanelistsJeffrey Heller, FAIA, President, Heller ManusAnil Menon, President, Cisco
  9. 9. Who Should AttendThe Summit will be a call to action for senior industry leaders from large engineering andconstruction firms that are doing business globally or seeking to expand beyond their currentborders, as well as for construction project owners (public and private), industry associations,governmental and trade organizations and policymakers. Owners Developers Engineers Contractors Building Product Manufacturers Technology Firms Association Executives Trade Officials Architects Insurance, Finance & Legal Professionals Project & Construction Management Firms Government Officials & Policy Makers
  10. 10. Key Speakers / PanelistsJohn M.DionisioChairman &ChiefExecutiveOfficerAECOMUwe KruegerChiefExecutiveOfficerAtkinsNassefSawirisDirector &ChiefExecutiveOfficerOrascomConstructionIndustriesWilliam P. UttChairman,President &ChiefExecutiveOfficerKBR, Inc.Paul SheardExecutiveManagingDirector; ChiefGlobalEconomist &Head of GlobalEconomics andResearchStandard &Poor’sRonald M.DeFeoExecutiveChairman &ChiefExecutiveOfficerTerexCorporationLee A.McIntireChairman &ChiefExecutiveOfficerCH2M Hill
  11. 11. SponsorsAECOM’s technical expertise and creative excellence come from the richhistory of some of the world’s finest engineering, environmental,construction management as well as planning and design companiesAs a project management solutions company, Acumen is the indisputablebest at providing insight into project challenges and using analytics toeffectively overcome them.B4 Consulting sells and implements SAP solutions that increase projectefficiency and improve profitability for engineering, construction, realestate, and equipment management industries.Bentley is the global leader dedicated to providing architects, engineers,geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators withcomprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure.Bluebeam® Revu® pushes the limits of project collaboration andcommunication. Combining intuitive PDF editing, viewing and markuptechnology, Revu helps you create digital workflows for submittals, RFIs,takeoffs, bid sets, punchlists.SilverSponsors
  12. 12. SponsorsCMiC is the leading provider of complete and integrated enterprisesoftware solutions for construction. For nearly four decades, CMiC haspartnered with the world’s largest AEC firms and project owners, gaininginsight into construction’s unique business needs..EarthCam is the recognized global leader in providing webcam content,technology and services to business and government agencies. Thecompany, which started in 1996,offers construction webcam technologyand services to some of the largest international construction companies.Society for Marketing Professional Services represents 6,000 marketingand business development professionals from architectural, engineering,and construction firms. SMPS is supported by 3,600 firmsSilverSponsorsSupportingSponsor
  13. 13. Venue and AccommodationsConference VenueThe McGraw-Hill Companies HeadquartersMcGraw-Hill Auditorium1221 Avenue of the Americas(6th Avenue, between 48th and 49th Streets)2nd Floor AmphitheaterNew York, NY 10020Hotel InformationDistrikt Hotel New York City342 West 40th StreetNew York, NY 10018(888) 444-5610Mention ENR and receive a special group rate of$284.00 until May 14, 2013.
  14. 14. Registration and Ticket InformationDate June 6 - 7, 2013Location The McGraw-Hill Companies HeadquartersMcGraw-Hill Auditorium1221 Avenue of the Americas(6th Avenue, between 48th and 49th Streets)2nd Floor AmphitheaterNew York, NY 10020Ticket Pricing Global SummitEarlybird Rate: $495 before May 2, 2013Standard Rate: $595 after May 2, 2013Association Discount Rate: $445 (SMPS)Best Project Awards Dinner$299 a seat/$2,890 a table of 10Combo TicketGlobal Summit Ticket + Awards Dinner Seat:Earlybird Rate: $720 before May 2, 2013Standard Rate: $820 after May 2, 2013
  15. 15. Registration and Ticket InformationCancellationPolicyIf you need to cancel, please notify us via emailor fax to receive a full refund. The last day torequest a refund is May 27, 2013.Three ways toregister• Register online here• Email or fax this form to: 212.904.2548 oramy_katz@mcgraw-hill.com• Call: 212.904.3500
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