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Considering a Job Order Contract for Your Facility Challenges:
An Owner & Contractor Perspective of What Works & What Doesn’t

Webinar Date:
      March 30, 2017 at 2:00 pm ET

If you have ever wondered or considered how your facilities could benefit from a job order contract (JOC) or how you could improve an existing JOC, then this webinar is an opportunity to learn from those who have been using it on both the owner and contractor side for many years. Increasingly being implemented by more and more public entities to get numerous, commonly encountered construction projects done quickly, easily, and with better results, job order contracting (JOC) can be an incredible tool in helping meet your facilities challenges especially at a time when there is pressure to do more with less resources. Because competitively bid prices are set at the establishment of the contract, the time and expense of completing the normal design-bid-construct process for each small- to medium-sized project is greatly reduced. This also allows contractors to assist with design input, scope development, cost savings ideas, constructability reviews, and more to assist the owner as an extension of their own capabilities. Because there is no guarantee for work, the prospect of new projects keeps the contractor motivated to provide timely, responsive, and high quality work.

Sound too good to be true or confused about what you have heard about job order contracting? Find out how this contract really works and what the right methods are for getting the most out of this contracting tool. Representatives from the State of Washington, revered as one of the first states to utilize job order contracting, and Stafford County Public Schools, challenged as one of the fastest growing localities in the country, will share their best practices and strategies for the right way to implement and use this tool to achieve the results you want. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn from a leading contractor who has been performing work under job order contracts for more than 25 years on what makes this contract successful. Register now for this unique opportunity to hear from these experts in job order contracting.



Marlene Anglemyer, JOC Coordinator/Senior Cost Engineer, Washington State Dept. of Enterprise Services
Marlene is the Job Order Contract (JOC) Coordinator/Senior Cost Engineer for the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) with the State of Washington. With 28 years’ experience in estimating and project management in commercial construction; proof that one can wear great shoes and evolve in construction, she now manages the agency’s $36M/year program.  Marlene revitalized the data collection efforts for all JOC user’s within Washington; and, leads compliance efforts regarding qualitative and quantitative information used to report to state lawmakers on the utilization of JOC statewide. Marlene enthusiastically promotes Washington’s JOC program through coaching, instruction and expansion. She holds a BA in pre-law/legal studies, from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA.

Mark E. Bailey, President and CEO, Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc.
Mark has served as the President and CEO for Centennial for more than 10 years leading the firm’s entry into new market segments.  Mark has nearly 20 years of experience overseeing job order contract operations, as well as the many other functions of Centennial.  With extensive understanding in how to best meet clients’ needs, Mark has worked to tailor Centennial’s programs to meet the specific needs of each client and has been responsible for the success of new Centennial job order contracts in healthcare, higher education, transportation systems, and federal and municipal government.

Debra Dowden-Crockett, Senior Business Development & Solutions Manager, Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc.
Debra has more than 20 years of experience working in business development, proposal development, marketing, and contract analysis for Centennial Contractors, a company specializing in job order contracts.  This experience has given her unique insight into how these contracts work for different market segments and how agencies can structure and manage these contracts to maximize the benefits.

G. Scott Horan, Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Stafford County Public Schools
Scott is the Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Stafford County Public Schools.  In that capacity he oversees all Facilities Services to include Facility Planning, Design & Construction and Operation & Maintenance.  Facilities Services is made up of roughly 160 personnel and is responsible for all new construction, major renovation, job order contracting, repair/maintenance by contract, land acquisition, demographic planning, capital improvement plan, capital maintenance plan, in-house repair and maintenance and all custodial operations of the 34 school/site Stafford County School Division including 3.9M square feet of facility space and 1200 acres.  Scott has been involved in facility design, construction, repair and maintenance since his graduation from Virginia Military Institute in 1983 with a BS in Civil Engineering.  Scott spent 20 years on active duty in the Air Force Civil Engineering world and retired from the AF in 2004.  He has been working for Stafford County Public Schools since 2004.

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