Project Management Institute Announces Finalists for Project of the Year Award

Dépèche transmise le 31 août 2009 par Business Wire

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Project Management Institute (PMI®), the world’s leading project management organization, today announced that British Airports Authority, the Colorado State Patrol and Fluor Corporation are finalists for its prestigious global Project of the Year award recognizing superior project team performance through standardized superior project management techniques.

British Airports Authority

British Airports Authority, owner of seven airports in the United Kingdom, successfully managed the refurbishment of the Terminal 1 arrivals and departures concourse at London Heathrow Airport.

The complex terminal renovation project avoided imposing on the travel experience of the millions of passengers who used Terminal 1, which remained operational during the upgrades. Concurrently, the project team met the various requirements of stakeholders, including the aviation industry, customers, employees, government, local communities, non-governmental organizations, regulators and suppliers.

Challenges such as increasing project scope and partner delays were successfully managed and the project delivered under the original budget.

Colorado State Patrol

The Colorado State Patrol’s (CSP) strategic planning and execution of law enforcement services for the 2008 Democratic National Convention (DNC) ensured no disruption to this high-visibility event.

The DNC project plan linked tactical law enforcement procedures to the business of running a comprehensive project. CSP adopted many of the most common practices from A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and incorporated them into their Incident Command System.


Fluor Corporation, a Project of the Year winner in 2007, is a finalist again in 2009 for its engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the TS Power Plant (TSPP) near Dunphy, Nevada.

Commissioned by Newmont Nevada Energy Enterprises, Ltd., the facility has exceeded performance guarantees already resulting in significant fuel savings and added profit.

The Project of the Year selection process consists of three progressively more competitive evaluations. Submittals from both PMI chapters and the profession at large are considered and evaluated against established criteria by a team of project management experts. The PMI Project of the Year Award Winner will be announced during the annual awards ceremony at PMI® Global Congress 2009—North America in Orlando this October.

About Project Management Institute (PMI)

The world’s leading project management organization, PMI shares knowledge with nearly 500,000 members and credential holders in 185+ countries. Since its founding 40 years ago, PMI has impacted more than one million practitioners, businesses, governments, students and training organizations. Today, PMI’s products and services range from world-class standards for project, program and portfolio management to five professional credentials, including the gold standard Project Management Professional (PMP®). PMI’s exclusive Global Corporate Council and European Corporate Networking Group engage large multinationals and government organizations in endorsing the value of project management. The only project management association with an established academic research program, PMI has invested more than US$14 million in support of dozens of research projects since 1997. Learn more at PMI.org.

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