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Managing Capital Projects: What YOU Need to Know | SHARE


Managing Capital Projects: What YOU Need to Know

Date: Sept 14, 2016

Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST

Speaker: Bill Bacon, Senior Technical Project Manager, Housing Services Corporation (HSC), DplT, CET, PMP

Cost: FREE!


Bill Bacon

Are you undertaking capital projects to either repair or replace components for your social housing projects?

Capital projects are expense endeavors that require special skills and expertise beyond the day to day activities of managing buildings. Getting the most value from your capital budget means ensuring you have effective project management in place to ensure that work is done right, on time, on budget and funds and spent wisely to project the asset.

This webinar will equip you with the fundamentals of managing capital projects and how you can get the most value from your capital budget efficiently and effectively.

You will learn:

  • how to avoid or manage common pitfalls
  • practical tips on how to maximize the changes of capital project success
  • understanding project constraints and taking action early on
  • managing and avoiding risk
  • value of professional project management

This webinar is intended for housing administrators, housing providers, property management staff and Boards that have capital projects on the go or that plan to undertake repairs and retrofits in the near future.



Speaker bio:

Bill Bacon works in the Technical Services Department at the Housing Services Corporation as a Senior Project Manager. He is experienced in conducting building condition assessments, interpreting results, prioritizing capital repairs, and establishing short- and long-range capital plans.

Bill has more than 30 years of experience contributing to projects as a developer, planner, business analyst, and project manager. He is a graduate of The Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, is a long-time member of the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technician and Technologists, and holds the internationally recognized certification as a Project Management Professional.