Value Engineering (VE)
Mary Ann W. Lewis
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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Value balances performance, cost, time, and risk on every project, process, and product. Value Engineering (VE) is a management practice that forces creativity and drives innovation through the analysis of functions. This presentation will offer VE’s history, methodology, applications, and benefits as one of the most results-oriented tools a project manager should have in her toolbox. This conversation will demonstrate how you, as project managers, can ensure objectivity and drive decision making on the critical path of your long-term investment.
Fairview Park Marriott
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA, 22042
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About the Speakers
Mary Ann W. Lewis
Mary Ann W. Lewis is the president and the government liaison of SAVE International, the professional society for the Value Methodology.
She spent her career promoting value-improving practices and construction management. Ms. Lewis managed Black & Veatch’s Water Program & Construction Management Practice. She co-founded Lewis & Zimmerman Associates (1982), the Construction Dynamics Group (1983), and CDG International (1991-UK), which were sold in 2004 to ARCADIS. She worked for two U.S. Congressmen early in her career.
She is a trustee and former chair and director of the nonprofit Lawrence D. Miles Value Foundation. Ms. Lewis is a Fellow of SAVE International.
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