The Rice Global E & C Forum is the only organization focused solely on the discussion and study of problems and opportunities facing the contracting side of the E & C industry. The Rice Global E&C Forum (RGF) has a vision to be the premier venue for discussion of critical issues impacting the future of the global E & C industry.
The mission of the RGF Council is to accomplish its vision through collaboration with Rice University, by conducting an Annual Forum and holding monthly roundtable meetings within a neutral environment.
Annual Forum Photos
Thank you to all that attended the XVIII Annual Forum September 21-22. To view photos from the event, click here.
Join us for a Discussion – Upcoming Roundtable Meeting
Date: Friday, October 9, 2015
“Applying Construction Productivity Principles to Engineering”
Over time, economics and competition have forced contractors to focus on labor productivity with a view of doing “more for less”. With this focus and the drive to innovate, a number of productivity improvement initiatives have been developed that enable contractors to understand productivity. This understanding is not limited to calculating performance against a predefined budget but also what business process barriers have been put in place to hinder the improvement of productivity. This presentation seeks to outline some of these productivity improvement initiatives and how they can be applied to the engineering discipline.
Speaker: Mark Halligan, Director of Operations – Sustaining Capital, SNC-Lavalin Oil & Gas
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Career Opportunities with Member Companies
Interested in exploring employment with a Forum member company? Visit http://www.forum.rice.edu/membership/careers/ to view current opportunities.
Become A Member
The Rice Global E&C Forum would not be what it is today if it were not for its members. Learn how you can become actively involved in our Forum by visiting our membership information page or contact us at email@example.com.
Join us now for 2015. Our membership year runs from January 1 – December 31.
We thank our members for enabling the Forum Board of Directors to establish and maintain a continuous dialogue on current and future issues related to the benefit of the Engineering and Construction industry. Our membership directory is available for your review.
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