Welcome to the Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects (I-LinCP)

The Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects (I-LinCP), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
We're pronounced "i-link-up" because that is what we do!

Our Mission:

Evolve the capital projects industry through sharing of knowledge for optimized leadership, delivery, and performance.

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August 2014

August 5, 2014

Presentation, Tour and Networking

with John Greene, Director of Campus Planning and Sustainability

Trinity University Center for the Sciences and Innovation  5:00-7:00

(San Antonio)

August 21, 2014

East Riverside Project Connect

with Karla Taylor, Austin Transportation Department and Erica Leak, Housing Planning and Policy Manager, City of Austin

Maggianos 11:00-1:00


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TSA Convention, Nov. 7-9, 2013!

Thanks to the over 120 people who visited us us at Booth #333 in Ft. Worth at the Texas Society of Architects Convention!

San Antonio Business Journal Newsmaker:  Carol Warkoczewski



Alamo Colleges

Austin Community College


Texas A&M University

Trinity University

University of Texas System-OFPC

University of the Incarnate Word

University of Texas-San Antonio

 CORPORATE - Superstar

 CORPORATE - Innovator

Upcoming Events

August 05, 2014 5:00 PM • Trinity University, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX
August 21, 2014 11:00 AM • Maggiano's Little Italy, 10910 Domain Drive Austin, TX 78758
September 18, 2014 11:00 AM • Maggiano's Little Italy, 10910 Domain Drive Austin, TX 78758
October 16, 2014 11:00 AM • Maggiano's Little Italy, 10910 Domain Drive Austin, TX 78758

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“We are in the midst of a technology change. We need to change the way we communicate with each other about project outcomes . We deal with a very fragmented process; everybody has a silo of interest, and nobody wants to let others through that barrier. As a collaborative group, I‑LinCP can do so many things that don’t require an equity investment. You simply agree that you will do things in a way that serves the project outcome. When all the parties are involved early in a project – including the subcontractors – and everyone is on equal footing, you increase the odds of a positive outcome when the project is delivered.

I joined the I-LinCP board to help spread the word throughout Texas that our thought processes are evolving. This is a group that embraces new ideas.

All of us – owners, architects, contractors, subcontractors – are like concrete. Separately, the pieces have certain strengths, but when you put that recipe together, you have a much stronger material. So, moving forward together, we can have much more favorable outcomes.

Knowledge is power, and what you find with I-LinCP is a collaborative group of extremely smart people with a lot of experience. If they see you are in a bad situation, they will be more than happy to say, ‘We have been there; we understand. Let’s look at how we can better deliver successful projects.’

Every dollar being used on a project had better yield as much as it possibly can. There is no room for a bad story. When you walk into a LinCP Forum, there are no stupid questions; no one is better than another. We maintain an open-mindedness, because we all understand that if we don’t listen, absorb, and identify a new way to work together, then we will continue to experience some of the failures we have had in the past. We just can’t afford that any longer.”

Rob Roy Parnell, Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities, Texas State University System

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