An NDOT Perspective on Project Management
Join us with Bill Hoffman
As funding sources continue to shrink while travel demand remains high, it becomes ever more important to manage highway projects effectively and efficiently. Major projects last many years, spanning cycles of economic ups and downs, varying inflation, changing public and political priorities, and evolving transportation technology. To respond to this, existing procedures and approaches are continuously updated and new project management philosophies and delivery methods are adopted. Bill Hoffman, Assistant Director of Engineering, will describe how Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) meets these challenges.
As Assistant Director of Engineering, Mr. Hoffman is in charge of NDOT's pre-construction engineering divisions including Project Management, Design, Bridge, Environmental, Location, and Right-of-Way. His focus is on project delivery, ensuring that NDOT's projects are of the highest quality, and that they are delivered on time and within budget. In this role, Mr. Hoffman supervises six divisions within NDOT headquarters. This encompasses more than 300 professionals responsible for developing all engineering work necessary to deliver design plans and specifications used in the construction of NDOT projects.
Members; Click on image to view Bill's presentation. Activity Date: 9/27/11 - 1 PDU.