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Project and Project Manager of the Year Banquet for Southern Nevada
Published on Sun, Nov 11, 2012 (10:58 a.m.)November 2012
From: The Project Management Institute or PMI
Contact: Annette Levin, President, PMI-SNC
E-mail: [email protected]
The Project Management Institute’s Southern Nevada Chapter announces its Project & Project Manager of the Year Awards
PMI-SNC 2012 Awards Banquet
Tuscany Suites & Casino
November 15, 2012
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - The Southern Nevada Chapter of the Project Management Institute or PMI-SNC is pleased to announce its finalists for the annual Project Manager of the Year Award. Local organizations and businesses recognized the significant contributions being made by their project managers and submitted nominations for this esteemed award.
The following candidates have been chosen as the top three finalists for Project Manager of the Year!
Adam Godorov, PMP, Sr. Project Manager, NV Energy
Allen Hale, PMP, IT Project Manager, Allegiant Air
Linda Kozik, PMP, Delivery Assurance Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company
The following projects have been chosen as the top three finalists for Project of the Year!
McCarran International Airport Terminal 3 Project
NV Energy TGB Infrastructure Project
NV Energy Landfill Energy Project
The 2012 Project & Project Manager of the Year will be announced at the awards banquet on November 15, 2012 at The Tuscany Suites & Casino in Las Vegas
The keynote speaker for this event is Randy Printz, Presenting an Overview of the High Roller Observation Wheel Project as the centerpiece of Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s Project Linq on the Las Vegas Strip. Ticket cost is $50 per person and includes the program and dinner. Tickets are on sale now at www.pmi-snc.org. Banquet registration will start at 5:30pm. The program is scheduled from 6:30pm-9:30pm.
PMI-SNC encourages all professionals, and especially Project Management Professionals, to attend the banquet to show support for local project management community. Not only is this is a great networking opportunity, this event raises funds for education and financial assistance programs. PMI-SNC is a non-profit organization and is offering sponsorship packages, program advertising, and donations prizes.
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