ASCE Philadelphia Section Engineering Management Technical Group (EMTG) Engineering Management Quarterly Presentations Sponsor ASCE Philadelphia Section Engineering Management Technical Group Co-Sponsors Drexel University Engineering Management Program Society for Marketing Professional Services, Philadelphia Speaker Mr. Michael Venuto, PE Chief Engineer at Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) "Client Expectations - The Owners Perspective" Date and Time Tuesday, March 10th, 2015 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (6-7 PM Dinner and Social, 7-8 PM Presentation) Location Drexel University, “Sky View Room” on the 6th Floor of MacAlister Hall Building 3250 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA. Cost: $20 for registration, $15 Drexel Alumni, $15 Government Employees, $10 Students (Includes dinner) RSVP: Please RSVP by Wednesday March 4th RSVP Online (Click Here) Attendees will receive certificate for 1.0 PDH For more information please contact Ehsan Minaie, PhD, PE, at [email protected] ASCE Philadelphia Section Engineering Management Technical Group (EMTG) Presentation Abstract: This 1 PDH presentation will provide for a discussion from the owners perspective regarding building project team relationships while leading teams toward a common goal. We will discuss delivering quality projects, effective communication to manage expectations and project schedules, and maintaining positive client-owner relationships for future growth. Attendees are eligible for one (1) Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for attending this presentation. Light food will be provided. Speaker’s Biography: The Delaware River Port Authority plays an important role of stewards of public transportation assets. Mr. Michael Venuto has been a dedicated public service employee for the last fourteen years and currently serves as the Chief Engineer at the DRPA. He is a NJ Licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and New Jersey Society of Professional Land Surveyors. Mike holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, a Bachelor’s degree in Survey Engineering Technology, and a Master’s in Business Administration. He oversees the approximately $750M five-year capital program focusing on maintaining, improving and protecting the DRPA/PATCO transportation infrastructure.