Construction Project Management: 3 Course Bundle

120.00 USD

4.5 Hours Formal CPD

In this series you will learn best practice for handling contingencies at every stage of a construction project, from pre-award to contract changes, delays and disruptions, and concluding with loss and expense.  

Available Classes

Course information

Courses take place on the first Thursday of every month from February - May.

  • Course 1 - Change Management, March 2, 2017
  • Course 2 - Delays and Disruptions, April 6, 2017
  • Course 3 - Loss and Expense, May 4, 2017

Course 1 - Construction Project Management: Change Management

March 2, 2017 from 12:00-1:30 ET

  • Introduction to change management
  • Definition of a change
  • Formats of change requests
  • Provisional sums
  • Methods and examples of valuing changes
  • Change management
  • Record keeping
  • Change control procedures

Course 2 - Construction Project Management: Delays and Disruptions

April 6, 2017 from 12:00-1:30 ET

  • Introduction to delays and disruption
  • Explanation and categorization of relevant events
  • Explanation of a good delay notice
  • Contractor’s obligations regarding delays
  • Architect/contract administrator’s obligations regarding certification
  • Non completion certificates
  • Liquidated and ascertained damages
  • Methods and examples of demonstrating delays
  • Cause and effect schedules

Course 3 - Construction Project Management: Loss and Expense

May 4, 2017 from 12:00-1:30 ET

  • Introduction to loss and expense
  • Loss and expense procedures
  • Causes of loss and expense
  • Parties obligations relating to the subject
  • Architect and contract administrator’s obligations regarding determination
  • Content of contractor’s notices
  • Methods and calculating head office overheads
  • Record keeping

Questions?

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Learning outcomes

  • Recognize formats of change requests
  • Utilize provisional sums and recognize their consequences
  • Prepare and value contract changes
  • Manage the change process through record keeping and change control procedures
  • Identify events that may trigger a delay or disruption
  • Prepare a delay notice
  • More knowledgably handle various extension of time scenarios
  • Create a cause and effect analysis
  • Determine loss and expense
  • Prepare and deal with a contractor’s loss and expense notice
  • Advise the various parties relating to this subject on their obligations
  • Keep records to assist in loss and expense ascertainment
  • Presenter

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    Sorina Du Toit MRICS

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