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Be informed on the topic of float ownership and its implications on the administration of a construction project.Time is one of the critical components to completing a successful construction project.
AIA, CLE, ENG credit available
Bye-bye double-entry, wasted time, and endless data cells that might not hold the current data. Leading construction companies are moving out of ExcelŽ and into a cloud-based project management platform.
Understand your role and potential liabilities in construction project management.There are many parties involved in a construction project - developers, attorneys, architects, engineers, contractors and their...
AIA, ENG, ICC credit available
Understand the role of all parties involved in managing construction projects.This topic will discuss the basics of managing a project including the importance of understanding the motivations of the parties to a...
Learn about the many issues related to construction projects in remote locations.We live in a small world. Technology has allowed us to communicate, monitor, and control projects from any point.
CLE credit available
Make your construction project successful and understand what goes on behind the scenes.The euphoria of being awarded a contract often overshadows the real work behind the scenes required to make the project successful.
Ensure all your customers are satisfied with their completed construction project.Do your construction projects leave team members disappointed in each other or worse?
Managing Construction Projects - Project Planning and Delivery Most references to construction delivery methods describe one of the following most popularly used forms of construction: "Design-Bid-Build," "Design-Build,"...
Learn about the pros and cons of utilizing Ghost Schedules.Ghost Schedules are used behind the scenes on construction projects for various purposes. Contractors use them to record their original plan when owners refuse...
Managing the Project During Construction The estimate provided by the contractor and accepted by the owner during the bid phase represents what the project will cost the owner.
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