Now What; Changes and Uncertainties
Value of resiliency, Economic nuggets, New look of construction
What you will learn
The CCO Workshop is a one day conference where the goal is to facilitate open and transparent conversation between all parties in the construction industry.
Continued Professional Development Credits:
- 1 Gold Seal Credit
What you will Learn
The CCO Workshop is a one day conference where the goal is to facilitate open and transparent conversation between all parties in the construction industry. Understanding the obstacles and challenges of the contractors, consultants or owners helps facilitate smoother and more efficient construction projects.
This year’s theme of Changes and Uncertainties aims to highlight how businesses need to evolve and adapt to post-pandemic impacts.
Navigating Change and Uncertainty
Mark DeVolder is recognized as a thought leader in change and transition management. As a researcher and practitioner for over 2 decades, the most compelling lesson Mark has learned is that change has changed. Now, in a world where disruption, uncertainty and crisis have become the norm, Mark teaches people how to change.
Mark’s unique insights into the dynamics of change and energetic style have empowered organizations like NASA, Orascom Construction, Qatar Petroleum, Associated General Contractors of America, Royal Bank of Canada, Coca-Cola, Siemens, PepsiCo, Bristol-Myers Squibb, PWC and Verizon. Mark has engaged and delighted audiences from Monaco to Dubai, from Singapore to Barcelona and from Istanbul to Kuala Lumpur. He delivers dynamic, high energy, humor-filled presentations in both the private and the public sector to Industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies.
As a researcher, consultant and author, Mark has written the multi-disciplinary book on managing change, entitled Perpetual Pivot: How the Best Leaders Adapt to Exponential Change. Mark is an award-winning speaker and recipient of the prestigious Top 5 Speaker Award in Business Management, Top 25 Speaker in Change Management and is listed on the Top 10 Speakers on Change in Canada and USA.
Regional Leader with MNP’s Enterprise Risk Services
Analyzing Risks Trends in 2022 and beyond
Edward Olson is a Regional Leader with MNP’s Enterprise Risk Services (ERS)
practice and Leader of the Firm’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
practice in Kelowna, B.C. With more than two decades of Canadian and
international experience in both public practice and industry, Edward delivers
practical and meaningful business advice to clients in the private and public sectors
Edward helps his clients with environmental, social, and governance sustainability
awareness and adoption, including identification, measurement, management and
reporting of financially material issues. He also provides enterprise risk
management, internal audit, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, process
efficiency, performance improvement, and value for money audits. This includes
identifying barriers to success, opportunities for value generation, and
understanding the underlying business processes and controls necessary to ensure
that organizations achieve their strategic priorities.
The Building Resilience Panel
Join our panel participants as we discuss future trends in resilience planning in design and construction. Sustainability and resilience are two sides of the same coin. While sustainable design and construction seek to protect the environment from damage from building construction and operation, resilience seeks to protect the building and its operation from the environment. The panel will include representatives from The City of Kelowna, Insurance industry, Consultant and Contractor. Understand the demands and challenges of each sector?
Vanessa S. Werden
Join us for laughter and lighthearted entertainment as your colleagues reflect on the construction industry through songs, creative performances and, of course, rants!
President @ BC Construction Association
Breakout Session (A)
Contingencies are downside risk estimates that make allowance for the unknown risks associated with a project. How do we manage them?
What is happening to assist safety on construction sites?
Social procurement is a growing best practice that aligns procurement spend to provide added value and community benefits. What may best practice in helping build a more resilient and more inclusive Province?
Breakout Session (B)
The CCDC 2 (2020) includes numerous changes to payment terms and the release of holdback, most of which help align these contracts with prompt payment schemes. BCDC has updates and added new Standard Documents and Guidelines for a Stipulated Price Bid for use on Publicly Funded Building Projects in the Province of British Columbia
This edition contains all content from our previous MMCD Platinum Vol. II, plus new updates, amendments and a host of new detailed images to help clients understand, address and solve problems.
Navigating the “Great Resignation” & Fostering Employee Engagement. Take a progressive and innovative approach to people and culture; your organization’s greatest resource
CEO of the Vancouver Island Construction Association
How your time will be spent at the 2022 CCO Workshop
- Indigenous Welcoming
Cyber, Escalating Costs
One of the most popular sessions of the CCO Workshop. Lawyers from Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP are back to give us an update on how we can learn from current construction cases.
- Risk & Contingency Management
- MMCD 2019 update
- Social procurement
- CCDC 2 2020 update
- MMCD 2019 update
- Navigating the “Great Resignation” & Fostering Employee Engagement
what past attendees are saying
Swag Bag Sponsor
Breakout Session (B)
Take A Break Sponsor
Take A Break Sponsor
Tradeshow Booth Sponsor
Sponsorship Opportunities are still available.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to questions you might have
What is the CCO Workshop?
The CCO Workshop is a one day conference hosted by the Southern Interior Construction Association. The goal of the conference is to facilitate open and transparent conversation between all parties in the construction industry.
CCO stands for Contractor, Consultant, and Owner. Representing the important relationship that each of the parties brings to the table of a construction project.
Why should I attend?
You should attend if you are in the construction industry and interested in learning and networking with others engaged in the local construction industry.
How do I register?
You can register and pay online through this website (ccoworkshop.ca) or by calling Janice in our office at (250) 491-7330.
Who is coming?
Attendees will be a diverse group from construction companies, tendering authorities, consultants, architects, engineers and others engaged in the construction industry.
What sponsorships are available?
There are several opportunities to sponsor the 19th Annual CCO Workshop. You can view all sponsorship opportunities here. Or call Candace (250) 491-7330 to discuss the opportunities.
Act soon, sponsorship opportunities are selling out quickly.
Where can I stay?
The closest option for accommodation is at the Coast Capri Hotel in Kelowna, BC.
Have questions not answered here?
Contact: Janice Haynes, Office Administrator
#104-151 Commercial Drive, Kelowna BC
8:00 – 16:30