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Appendix B: Biographies of Committee Members
Pages 54-59

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... He retired from Stone & Webster as senior vice president. He was appointed chair of this committee for his combination of expertise in the disciplines of civil engineering, project management, cost estimating, and the management of large-scale construction projects, including nuclear and fossil fuel power plant construction.
From page 55...
... He has also served as vice president of defense and manufacturing and manager of the Oak Ridge Y-12 plant, a nuclear weapons fabrication and manufacturing facility. His career at Y-12 included engineering and managerial positions in all of the various manufacturing, assembly, security, and program management organizations.
From page 56...
... Dr. Burman provides strategic consulting services to private sector firms doing business with the federal government as well as to federal agencies and other government entities.
From page 57...
... Committee on Large Dams; chair, Committee on Dam Safety, International Commission on Large Dams; executive committee, Construction Industry Institute; and the board of directors, Research and Management Foundation of the American Consulting Engineers Council. He has numerous professional affiliations, including fellowships in the American Society of Civil Engineers and in the Society of American Military Engineers.
From page 58...
... He serves as a member of this committee because of his expertise and research in preproject planning, organizational change, and the development of continuing education training programs for project managers. His research interests include organizational change, preproject planning, construction productivity, international project risk management, electronic data management, and automation and robotics.
From page 59...
... Dr. Price is responsible for the development and implementation of operational plans for all PMI educational programs and initiatives, including accreditation of degrees in project management; selection and coordination of 150 public seminars annually; management of continuing education requirements and record keeping for 22,000 project management professionals; and identification of new educational products and programs to meet the learning needs of the global project management community.

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