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Runtime¬†ūüēϬ†48 mins

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Ben Hooper

Project manager,  Space Imaging Systems at Teledyne E2V

Ben is a chartered¬†mechanical engineer who¬†has¬†worked in the subsea oil and gas sector for over a decade on¬†five¬†continents.¬†He then¬†switched sectors to experience another ‚Äėmega project,‚Äô albeit a much smaller one,¬†at Heathrow Expansion.¬†Ben stumbled into¬†research¬†and¬†development¬†during a foray into the genuine ‚Äėaerospace‚Äô part of Heathrow with OSL and other partners and the UAS project¬†which won APM‚Äôs Technology and Overall project of the year categories at the 2020 Project Management Awards.¬†¬†

More recently, he has leveraged these skills into the Space sector making sensors for Spacecraft. 

Ben is passionate about efficient workstreams, the carbon neutral goal, the edge of technology and pushing the boundaries. He also claims to enjoy anything that goes fast (projects, machines, people...anything!). 

Synopsis

In their session, Ben Hooper and Mark Legh-Smith MBE will provide a thoughtful analysis of different contractual models, using the example of their APM Award winning Counter Unmanned Aerial System project.  

Ben and Mark will look at collaborative and flexible contractual terms versus standard contractual models, reviewing the risks and benefits of different contractual mechanisms.  

They will also talk about supply chain, supplier relationships and funding models, talking through some of the challenges they faced as part of this project and what lessons they learned throughout the process that may impact the way the organisation runs projects in the future.