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2020-05-11 14:00:002020-05-11 15:00:00America/New_YorkProject Handling During COVID-19*This event is occurring as a live webinar. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program.* Levien & Company principals Adrienne Hepler and Allison Robin will present a snapshot view of how projects in different stages have been affected by COVID-19 and how owners are responding and looking ahead. Specific topics that will be covered include: Construction logistics and project chain considerations Alternate methods for construction administration Capital vs. operating budget
May 11, 2020
5/11/20, 2pm - 3pm
*This event is occurring as a live webinar. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program.*
Levien & Company principals Adrienne Hepler and Allison Robin will present a snapshot view of how projects in different stages have been affected by COVID-19 and how owners are responding and looking ahead. Specific topics that will be covered include:
Construction logistics and project chain considerations
Alternate methods for construction administration
Capital vs. operating budgets
Impact of public and private funding on capital projects
Not-for-profit mindset during pandemic and future outlook
Back to work scenarios by sector
About Levien & Company Founded in 1992 by Ken Levien, FAIA, Levien & Company is a boutique-sized project management firm based in New York City specializing in complex capital projects of all sizes. Recently completed projects include The Shed in Hudson Yards, the renovation of The Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice, and the expansion of Friends Seminary. Current assignments include projects for the Brooklyn Public Library, Cooke School & Institute, ROW New York, and the Vineyard Theatre and Covenant House, among others.
Speakers: Adrienne Hepler, Principal and Chief Operating Officer, Levien & Company
Hepler’s work at Levien focuses on not-for-profit and cultural institutions, where she is adept at managing complex capital projects with rigorous government approvals and public funding requirements. She recently completed a master plan for Theatre Row and expansion of Friends Seminary and is currently leading the construction of the David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center in Westchester and the Cooke School & Institute’s new school in upper Manhattan. Prior to joining Levien, Hepler served as Director of Capital Projects and Government Relations for The Public Theater and oversaw the implementation of over $200M in Post-9/11 federal grants during her tenure at the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
Allison Robin, Principal and Chief Financial Officer, Levien & Company
Robin has become a leader in the development of the firm’s standards of practice and instituted them in over $500M in construction projects. She recently completed construction of a 110,000sf affordable housing project for Clinton Housing Development Corp., and is currently leading multiple projects for the Brooklyn Public Library, and the construction of the Dwight-Englewood School’s new middle school. Robin is an adjunct professor at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate and is president of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) New York.
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