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4th Annual Modular Construction & Prefabrication Summit
Calgary, Canada - Feb 23 - 25/2015
Seminar / workshop

At IQPC's 4th Annual Modular Construction & Prefabrication Canada Summit in Calgary ?we will provide the Energy industry with the information needed in order to make some of the most crucial construction decisions that your company will make for years to come. With the decreasing cost of the barrel, the Keystone XL pipeline stuck in limbo and continuing cost-overruns for construction projects both large and small ? there has never been a more crucial time to implement Modular Construction!
In 2015 we will assess the affects of modular design through the prism of collaboration? with a keen eye on keeping your costs down and preventing challenges before they arise. The entire program ? from the sessions to the summit format has been designed with collaboration and networking in mind.
Key topics include Risk Analysis, Assessment & the ROI of Modularization to Identify Project Investment Strategies, Modular Structures for the Protection of Human Capital , The Advantages of Green Modular Construction, Implementing Modular Standards & Protocols and more. The summit also has a pre-summit training day focusing on Implementing KPIs to Ensure On-Time & On-Budget Delivery and Early Transportation Feasibility Studies.

Feb 23 - 25/2015

8am - 8pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

The Westin Calgary

CA$ 1999.00

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