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IPS Welcomes Jamie Marzonie as Manager of Project Controls-Risk

Sep 28, 2021

Jamie Marzonie
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IPS Welcomes Jamie Marzonie as Manager of Project Controls-Risk

Sep 28, 2021

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, September 28, 2021 – IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction management, and validation (EPCMV) services, announces the appointment of Jamie Marzonie, PMP, as the Manager of Project Controls-Risk in IPS’ Project Controls Division. Mr. Marzonie’s first assignment will be to join a team of professionals based in New Mexico supporting a multibillion-dollar investment to expand manufacturing operations for a leading technology company.

Mr. Marzonie has over 20 years of experience working with stakeholders to influence and deliver technical and commercial program excellence through collaboration, mentorship, change management, and a strategic vision to achieve critical success factors. He brings a unique perspective leveraging a diverse background from multiple global industries and best-in-class contractor & owner organizations. After studying aeronautical engineering and biological science, he earned a philosophy degree from the University of California, Davis, and has completed training from many highly accredited programs in risk management, project controls, and program management. He is also involved in a number of professional and advisory organizations.

As the Manager of Project Controls-Risk, Mr. Marzonie manages commercial and project risk from tendering through commissioning. He uses business and quantitative risk analysis to direct commercial contingency, cost, schedule, constructability, safety, and project risk guidance for significant investments in manufacturing advanced semiconductor packaging technologies.

“It is with high enthusiasm I welcome Jamie into our 90+ IPS Project Controls (PJC) division and the launching of our new market sector of program risk management,” stated David Brown, Vice President, Project Controls. “His background and experience complement our team and make him the ideal leader to manage and grow the IPS PJC Risk Group. Jamie has an extensive portfolio of experience on large projects across many business sectors, including semiconductor, oil & gas, and utilities. While launching this group, Jamie’s first assignment will be as the Program Risk Manager for a major semiconductor plant. He will assist the owner & construction management team in leading the risk & assurance guidance, direction, peer reviews, opportunity framing, quantitative risk assessments, and direct project controls support.”

IPS’ PJC division consists of global project controls experts that work directly with or on behalf of clients to align project expectations with their project goals, resulting in better decisions and higher returns on investment. Their cost, scheduling and project management expertise allows the IPS PJC Team to offer a strong PMO team to our clients. By integrating industry-leading subject matter experts like Mr. Marzonie, projects are executed safely with optimized schedules and cost control, while meeting the most demanding expectations in quality. This complete project organization secures a proactive approach as opposed to a reactive approach to program management.

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