Join us for a no-holds-barred discussion with three Metro Vancouver health care officials to learn:
- What works, what doesn’t
- The biggest mistakes they see
- Things few proponents think to do but that would be helpful to evaluators and provide an advantage to proponents
- Questions not asked that would make a difference
Who should attend:
- Firm principals responsible for business growth
- Business development leads
- Marketing professionals
- Proposal coordinators – including Administrative Assistants involved in proposal assembly
Event Sponsored By:
Ken Mah, Architect AIBC, LEED AP
Ken Mah is currently Director, Planning and Projects for Lower Mainland Facilities Management (Fraser Health) a position he’s held for three years after serving for two as manager of Strategic Planning. Before joining the public service, Ken worked as an architect for nearly 20 years with two local firms Kasian Architecture and CJP Architecture.
Tom Sparrow is the Chief Project Officer for the $606.2M North Island Hospitals PPP Project. Mr. Sparrow has a long history of success and experience working as the project lead for many Canadian federal and provincial government infrastructure projects including most recently as Project Director for the $302.8M Fort St. John Hospital and Peace Villa project, and as Chief Project Officer for the $350M Iqaluit International Airport Improvement Project for Partnerships BC.
Mr. Sparrow also provides Advisory Services to the Auditor General of Canada in addition to providing guidance and support to other Canadian Provincial and Territorial Agencies and private sector healthcare related companies.
He is a Certified Project Manager (PMP) and holds an MSc. Health Information Sciences from the University of Victoria and an MBA from Athabasca University. He has also been actively involved with the Project Management Institute and lectures at the University of Victoria and healthcare conferences throughout the world.
Tara Rogers is the recently-appointed Deputy Chief Project Officer for the $1.3b Royal Columbian Hospital Redevelopment Project.
Before accepting this role, Ms Rogers spent ten years combined as a bid director for John Laing Investments Limited and Balfour Beatty Investments where she led several P3 bids.
She has also worked on the public sector side as a Project Director at Partnerships BC.
Before moving to Canada, Ms Rogers cut her teeth in the banking industry in London England in various roles with the American Express Bank, NIB Capital and the Munich-based Bayerische Landesbank.
Tara is originally from Zimbabwe and holds a Bachelor of Business Science degree with majors in Finance and Economics from the University of Cape Town.