October 2017 Phoenix, AZ – Register Now from RHA! SAVE International Module 1 Value Engineering Certification Course
WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND WHY? This course is designed for individuals involved in planning, design and construction projects, including planners, architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors, cost estimators and owners. Additionally, individuals in manufacturing and industry including program managers, product managers, engineers, designers, etc. Learn an extremely valuable process to help you make improvements, seek out innovation and opportunities to projects, products and even the way you and your company does business. This course is also the first step in the certification process. Once you take the course and pass the AVS exam, you will obtain your first level of certification.
November 17-18, 2014, 2014 Canadian Value Symposium
Two RHA team members, Laurie Dennis and Patrice Miller, attended the Canadian Value Symposium in Toronto, Ontario hosted by SCAV/CSVA (SOCIÉTÉ CANADIENNE D’ANALYSE DE LA VALEUR/CANADIAN SOCIETY OF VALUE ANALYSIS). Laurie presented “VE in transit, the early phases” (see link for presentation) and was a recipient of the Nathalie Provost award. Nathalie Provost, who was a member of the CSVA for many years, was shot and survived the École Polytechnique Massacre (Montreal) on December 6, 1989. Nathalie was interviewed many times on the media to discuss this event, then started her career, a year after the event, as an engineer in a firm specialized in value engineering in Montreal. She worked there many years before orienting her career in public service. CSVA continues to honor her, 20 years after the event, with an award under her name, which is awarded to a woman in value engineering who have an exceptional career and life by overcoming difficulties, and by contributing to the advancement of VE and other women. See More: 6BLaurieDennisVEintransittheearlyphases
Marvin M. Black Award