Watch this webinar to learn how Masterworks enabled the City of Las Vegas to improve their capital program delivery processes, the lessons learned and their future plans for continued improvement.
Key Learning Objectives:
- How Las Vegas automated the creation of their capital improvement plan
- How they’ve digitized the approval of funding matrices and project scoping information
- How they integrated real-time project costs with their financial systems
- How budget management and forecasting has been streamlined
- The challenges they faced along the way and the team they built to address them
Michael Sturdivant, P.E.
Engineering Project Manager
Michael Sturdivant, P.E., is a Project Manager for the City of Las Vegas. A long-term advocate of the City, for the past 25 years he has implemented, supported, and enhanced numerous civil engineering design solutions for its Department of Public Works. This division oversees design services, construction management, special improvement districts, flood control, sanitary sewer, land surveying and right-of-way services in the city of Las Vegas. Michael serves as the City’s primary point of contact for engineering design as well as subject matter expert of MasterWorks. His areas of expertise include organizational structure and management. Passionate about effective leadership, he enjoys developing high-performing teams aligned with the City’s values. Michael is an Oregon State University alumnus and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
Quality Assurance Administrator
Matt Klainer possesses more than 30 years of experience managing technical and construction projects for federal and local governments. For the past 12 years, he has served as a Quality Assurance Administrator for the City of Las Vegas. Matt’s career with the City has spanned from serving as an Evaluator on the CIP software procurement (from which MasterWorks was selected) to becoming a Purchasing & Contracts’ subject matter expert for the City’s Masterworks Development and Implementation team. Matt went on to champion the City’s construction process from inception to close out and establish a blueprint for its development and implementation. After transferring to Public Works in 2017, he also became management’s representative on the implementation team. Matt is accomplished at analyzing complex challenges and proposing solutions, as well as a people person at heart. He is passionate about building teams, facilitating processes, improving existing processes, and enabling individuals to creatively think outside-the-box when addressing challenges. Matt graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Saint Mary’s College, with an emphasis on chemistry and physics.