Project Controls - The importance of tracking changes
CIQS Podcast – Knowledge Counts

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In this episode of Knowledge Counts, the CIQS podcast series, we speak with Diane Standen-Downie about project controls and the importance of tracking changes.

Host: Wendy Hobbs, PQS(F)
Guest: Diane Standen-Downie, P.Eng.
Producer: Ryan Schriml



This episode is eligible for 1 CPD Point

About Our Guest

Diane Standen-Downie, P.Eng

Diane Standen-Downie is a P.Eng with over 19 years experience in Engineering and Project Controls. She has lived and worked in many parts of the world including Alberta, Egypt, France, UK and is currently living and working in Toronto, Ontario.

She has extensive experience in Cost Management, Schedule Management, Change Management and Estimating in the Oil & Gas, Transmission Line, Pipeline, Water and Transportation industries. She is currently working as a Project Control Manager on a large Program for Metrolinx.


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