Construction Project Management Bundle

195.00 USD

1.5 Hours Formal CPD

Make sure you have the skills to properly manage the lifecycle of a construction project.

Available Classes

Date
On Demand (Recording)

Course information

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

Change Management

This session will take you through best practice for the change of a construction contract, including how to issue change requests, record changes, and value changes.

  • 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

To find out more about this course, visit the course page here.

Delays and Disruptions

A construction project can be delayed or disrupted for a number of reasons. Understanding the events that can trigger a delay or disruption and knowing how to implement the correct processes to manage them is crucial to reducing their impact on a construction project.  This interactive live online session will take you through best practice procedures for dealing with delay and disruption on a project.

  • 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

To find out more about this course, visit the course page here.

Loss and Expense

It is important to understand what constitutes loss and expense, how to calculate the value, and what records should be kept throughout the project life cycle to assist in the process/claim.

  • 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

To find out more about this course, visit the course page here.

Who should attend

Commercial managers of construction companies, quantity surveyors (main contractor and client side), cost estimators, project managers, contracts administrators, architects and facility managers.

Format

A live web class with discussions and activities integrated throughout to embed your learning. The class will end with an open Q&A session with your instructor.

Questions?

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+1 (646) 786-8364

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

    Additional information

    Next start date: On demand

    Presenter: Sorina Du Toit MRICS

    Category: Construction

    Member price: $105.00

    Price: $195.00

    Course Type: Product / Web Classes

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