Technical Webinar: Project Management 101
What one activity do many engineers spend a vast majority of their careers doing, but for which they have little or no formal training? Project management! In college, a session or two in the senior project class devoted to project management is often a student’s only exposure to this topic. On the job, project management is often synonymous with lead design engineering, but the skill sets are substantially different. Commonly, the only training available is learning from supervisors, mentors, or peers; provided that they have the time to show you or teach you. This webinar will introduce some of the principles of project management, provide some tools to make you a better project manager, and provide resources for further learning.
Steven E. Eubanks PE, PMP, CFM is Owner of Steven Eubanks Engineering, LLC, since retiring after 19 years at the City of Fort Worth. He held several positions in the City’s Stormwater program, including Chief Stormwater Engineer. His responsibilities included new development review, capital project management, flooding and drainage complaint investigations, public-private partnerships, infrastructure criticality assessment, and engineering assistance for maintenance projects. He assisted in the development of the City’s Stormwater Utility and the 2006 Fort Worth Storm Water Management Design Manual, and more recently oversaw development of the City’s Stormwater Master Plan. He has spoken at numerous conferences and has developed several workshops and training programs. He was honored by TSPE Fort Worth Chapter as Engineer of the Year in 2016.
Member $25 | Nonmember $75 | Government $15 | Student FREE