- 12 February 2019
University Road BELFAST COUNTY ANTRIM BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland branch
Establishment of a CPMO for the Capital Works Programme within NI Water
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Establishment of a Capital Programme Management Office (CPMO) for the Capital Works Programme within Northern Ireland Water.
The establishment of a CPMO is to monitor and manage the performance of Integrated Partnerships, enabling success around delivery and achievement of capital efficiencies.
As part of the delivery of the PC15 Capital Works Programme, the business decided to integrate a collaborative working approach. In order to provide transparency, assurance and support around delivery and new approaches, it was decided to introduce a CPMO with a focus to Performance & Planning, Risk & Value and Programme & Project Costing.
This presentation will share the approach taken to set up the CPMO, determining the type of PMO best suited to our objectives, values and culture, and how this is being developed.
Mark Mitchell has 23 (1982- 2005) years’ experience on the Operational side of Northern Ireland Water. During this time, he gained experience across many operational areas of the business, including, at differing times, having regional responsibility for:
- Leakage, metering and billing
- Water supply and M&E Services
- Divisional business unit
- Water networks distribution and maintenance
- Sewerage networks
- Capital maintenance (wastewater treatment, water treatment, Networks enhancements, etc.)
For the past 13 years, he has worked within or as Head of the Capital Works Programme Business Unit, with responsibility for procurement, governance, programming and planning, supplier performance, risk, costs and output achievement.
Currently he has responsibility for embedding the newly established Capital Programme Management Office within NIW.
Roisin Connor is the Interim Head of CPMO for the newly established Capital Programme Management Office (CPMO) within the Asset Delivery Directorate.
Roisin has worked for 16 years in different business functions across NI Water, including water and waste water project delivery, management of the organisational EMS and associated audit programmes; development and implementation of Benefits Realisation within the Business Improvement Programme Management Office; delivery of major Capital Framework Procurements, and more recently, establishing risk and value management processes within the CPMO.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition reference