Project Management with The Regional Municipality of York (**vera_zhang**)
Date: Monday, Dec 16, 2019, 6:30m to 9:30pm
Location: Courtyard Toronto Markham, 65 Minthorn Blvd, Thornhill, Ontario
All projects have start dates and end dates and unique outcomes, but what makes a successful project? Is it simply following the plan or is there more? Mark believes there’s more, and it’s sincerely wanting to help someone that makes a successful project. In this presentation, Mark will share project management stories gathered over the years while managing large transportation infrastructure projects, and how the attitude of “wanting to help” increases the likelihood of project success. Stories include the $100 Million 2nd Concession Project, recipient of four Project of the Year awards, and the $40 Million Bayview Corridor Project, recipient of five Project of the Year awards. Both projects have been recognized by Professional Engineers Ontario, York Chapter.
We are pleased to invite back our 2017/2018 Large-Size Category Winner The Regional Municipality of York. Mark will share his experience from applying and winning our 2017 and 2018 Engineering Project of the Year Awards. And how the winning projects went ahead and won multiple other Project of the Year Awards.
PEO York Chapter Engineering Project of the Year Award is an annual Engineering Project competition set to recognize the contribution, to both the engineering profession and the local community, by an organization that has undertaken and completed outstanding Engineering Project within the past year.
About the Speaker:
Mark Nykoluk, P.Eng., PMP
Senior Project Manager, The Regional Municipality of York
Our guest speaker, Mr. Mark Nykoluk, P.Eng., is a Senior Project Manager for Capital Planning and Delivery, Transportation Services at The Regional Municipality of York. Mark holds a degree in Civil Engineering from University of British Columbia (Class of 1987). He is a registered Professional Engineer with over thirty years of experience in delivering civil infrastructure projects. In his twelve years at York Region, his team has delivered over $200 million of transportation infrastructure.