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Pablo Cabezas Promoted to Product Development Leader for Site & Sustaining Capital

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ASHBURN, VIRGINIA (June 4, 2024)—Independent Project Analysis (IPA), Inc. today announces that Pablo Cabezas has been promoted to the role of Product Development Leader for Site & Sustaining Capital.

Pablo will be responsible for managing the full suite of IPA site products and collaborating with business and regional leaders in site and sustaining capital projects, which make up an increasingly significant portion of project portfolios. Pablo will lead IPA’s work with owner organizations across all industry sectors to improve the effectiveness of site-based projects, saving owner companies millions.

Since joining IPA in 2011, Pablo has evaluated projects in refineries, chemical processing plants, and mining and transportation sites, with costs ranging from US$0.5 million to US$14 billion. He has also participated in and led more than 30 site benchmarkings of small projects at various companies. He has project and client engagement experience across regions and sectors, as well as across products, with his most recent focus in project assurance and work process analysis. Pablo’s deep knowledge of site projects and site systems makes him a good fit for this role.

Pablo has a B.S. in Engineering Sciences and a Professional Degree in Industrial Engineering, both from the Universidad de Santiago de Chile in Santiago, Chile.

About IPA

Founded in 1987, IPA is a benchmarking, research, and consulting organization devoted to the empirical research of capital projects and project systems. IPA improves the competitiveness of our clients through more effective use of capital in their businesses. It is our mission and unique competence to conduct research into the functioning of capital projects and project systems and to apply the results of that research to help our clients create and use capital assets more efficiently.

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