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Planning, Scheduling and Sustainability:

Getting Started & Landing Opportunities

Available On-Demand

Whether it’s a green building project in San Francisco, a refinery project in Houston or an infrastructure project in New York City, the importance of planning and scheduling is pivotal for the successful implementation and timely completion of projects.

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Live & On Demand

Expert Speakers

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Approved for 1 HSW LU


The $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed in Nov 2021 is the largest infusion of federal investment into infrastructure projects in the United States touching nearly every facet of the American economy. With more projects, come new job opportunities across the board including the planning sector.

Qualified project schedulers are in huge demand today as industries get back to work following a brief pandemic break. Interested in a career in scheduling or project controls, but not sure where to start? Join us as industry experts Michael J. Kaleda (former S.V.P of the MTA), Rajesh Sake (Acting Director Project Controls MTA), and Jeslin Varghese (Director, Project Controls MTA) help us navigate the world of planning, scheduling, and sustainability.

As the adage goes “Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance,” the role of a qualified scheduler is inevitable for prior proper planning.

We will discuss the role of scheduling in project management, understand the importance of creating a schedule, and analyze how it intersects with the sustainability goals of a project. We will identify scheduling tools and highlight the use of Oracle Primavera P6 as a scheduling tool. Together we will explore job opportunities in scheduling and discuss advanced training for professionals.

Timeline, Objectives & Agenda

  1. What is scheduling in project management? (Role of scheduling)
  2. Why create a schedule?
  3. What is the role of scheduling in sustainability/green building projects?
  4. What are some of the tools/software used in the scheduling industry?
  5. Why learn Primavera P6 Schedule software?
  6. What are some job opportunities for schedulers?
  7. What are some advanced training opportunities with GBRI?
Level 1
Scheduling with Oracle Primavera P6
Held as 5 live online classes - 12 hours total. More details to come!
Level 1
Level 2
Mastering Oracle Primavera P6
Held as 2 live online classes - 4 hours total. More details to come!
Level 2
Time Impact Analysis using Oracle Primavera P6
Held as 2 live online classes - 3 hours total. More details to come!
Analyzing Claims using Oracle Primavera P6
Held as 2 live online classes -4 hours total. More details to come!

Event Speakers

Education Partners

This webinar is currently pending CE approval through AIA. The details needed to self-report your credits to LEED & WELL will be sent after the session.

Yes! Certificates of completion will be sent via email to everyone who attended the live session within 72 hours. When completing on-demand a certificate of completion will be available upon successful quiz completion.
The live webinar will be available for on-demand viewing within 72 hours of the live session. All registrants will be proved with on-demand access. The login details needed to view on-demand will be sent via email.
We are happy to report your credit to AIA (pending approval).The information needed to self-report LEED & WELL credits will be provided after the webinar.
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Michael Kaleda

Michael Kaleda , Executive Director

Mike is a career construction management executive with 40 years of federal, state, and local government experience, managing military, school, and transportation projects.  Currently, he is Executive Director of GBRI. 

His transportation experience includes the NYC Moynihan Train Hall project where he organized and led the pre-opening readiness exercises and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) East Side Access project – the largest active transportation infrastructure project in the United States, where he served as Program Executive for rail construction.  He is a Professional Engineer in New York and is a certified LEED AP, O+M professional. 

He graduated from Manhattan College with a BE in Civil Engineering, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with an MBA in Management and from the University of Illinois with an MS in Civil Engineering. He is a frequent lecturer, and a mentor to both young engineers and small businesses. 

Rajesh Sake, Acting Project Controls Director

Rajesh Sake is a construction professional with more than 17 years of experience in project controls, scheduling, cost controls, delay analysis, forensic analysis, claims, and risk analysis. Rajesh has been associated with MCSS for 9 years and is currently working as Acting Project Controls Director for MTA on the East Side Access Project. Rajesh has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Construction Management from TEXAS A&M University, College Station. He is also a PMI-certified Project Management Professional.

Rajesh believes, “Great things are often built on a simple concept, and so is scheduling. The challenge lies in applying it to complex projects without compromising the simplicity.”

Rajesh is passionate about teaching and has trained more than 100 professionals including project engineers, field engineers, fresh recruits, graduate students, and project managers. He works as an adjunct faculty with NJIT’s executive education department on as needed basis.

“I was fortunate to have been mentored by great minds in Project Controls and Management all through my career. This training is a way for me to pay it forward.”

Jeslin Varghese, Director of Sustainability, GBRI

Jeslin Varghese is Director of Sustainability at GBRI and Project Controls in the program controls division of Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Construction & Development (MTACD), overseeing multiple mega-projects in New York City with a combined value of $50bn.

Mr. Varghese has over 17 years of professional experience in sustainability and project controls. His experience spans planning, problem solving, strategy development, risk assessment, CPM scheduling, performance monitoring, building & managing teams, and project management.

An avid believer in sustainability and social equity, Jeslin brings enormous talent and engineering experience from the many green residential and commercial building projects he has worked on both in the US and overseas.

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