Project Controls Conference 2017

28th September 2017 | By TBH

The TBH Barista Station kept attendees fuelled throughout the workshops.

TBH were thrilled to support the inaugural Project Controls Conference, which took place last week at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. In addition to supporting the conference as the Barista Sponsor and Dinner Partner, the TBH team was busy sharing knowledge through presenting workshops, and also benefiting from attending key seminars to collaborate with other leaders in the field. 

TBH Director Jonathan Shahady presented an innovative session on ‘Visualising Performance Data for Project Management’, which explored the accuracy of performance data and its dependence on integration and alignment to capture the key and changing scope, quality, cost, time and risk parameters of a project.

TBH is proud to have invested in the development of Project Controls as a respected, disciplined and innovative field. We recognise that Project Controls has a direct impact upon some of the greatest landmarks and critical infrastructure that are at the foundation of our society, and for over 50 years, TBH has had the privilege of investing our expertise into such projects, both in Australia, and across the globe. TBH has collaborated with a wide range of clients including; Telstra, the NBN, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, a number of natural gas field developments, and on major infrastructure initiatives such as the Sydney Metro and Westconnex projects.

A special thanks to the organising bodies The Australian Cost Engineering Society (ACES) together with Risk Engineering Society (RES) for their hard work in putting together the conference.

TBH Integrated Project Controls is led by Principal Steven Bird, also ACES NSW Chair, and Chair of the PCC 2017 Organising Committee. Steven was instrumental in the inception of the Project Controls Conference, and also in the coordination of TBH as a major partner. Steven, and his team have a wealth of experience to invest across all stages of a project life cycle.

Contact Steven to learn more. ph: (02) 9922 2511 e: