Evolve the capital projects industry though sharing of knowledge for optimized leadership, delivery and performance.
The Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects (I-LinCP) is pleased to welcome its newest Board members who represent facility Owners: Denise Neu, Richard Jennings, and R. Spencer Moore.
Denise Neu is the Director of Facilities, Planning & Construction at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.
Richard Jennings, FAIA, is an adjunct professor at the University of Texas, Austin, School of Architecture, in Austin, Texas.
R. Spencer Moore is Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Construction at the University of Houston, Houston, Texas.
These capital project industry leaders join Rob Roy Parnell, Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities, Texas State University System, and 11 other Directors. The other Directors consist of architects, engineers, contractors, and subcontractors, to round out a broad-based representation.
Says Mr. Parnell,
“I joined the I-LinCP board to help spread the word throughout Texas that our thought processes are evolving. This [I-LinCP] 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.”
Board members are highly valued for their passion to evolve the capital projects industry and for their representation of the varied constituencies and interests in capital projects. Their primary roles are to set I-LinCP’s mission and strategic goals, assist in setting policy and programs that are consistent with I-LinCP’s mission, and monitor the organization’s performance to maximize public welfare.
I-LinCP is lead by Carol Warkoczewski, AIA, Board Chair, Founder, and Executive Director.
As stated by Carol Warkoczewski, “I-LinCP is fortunate to have a group of industry experts and leaders who have joined together to help create, lead the work, and hold the vision for this organization.”
I-LinCP formed as a nonprofit corporation in Texas in January, 2010 and received 501(c)(3) designation in May, 2011. Funded through memberships, sponsorships, event registrations, and gifts and grants, I-LinCP supports project stakeholders, organizational partners and communities to plan, design, deliver and operate capital projects with less waste in fiscal, time, and environmental resources.
Visit the I-LinCP website at www.i-lincp.org for more details, register for events, and apply for membership.