CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION TRAINING

 

Day One:     8:30 am - 4:00 pm

 

Project Documentation

            Why records are important

            Power of records

            Types of documentation

            What makes a good document

            Progress Meetings, Agendas, and Meetings

 

  Break

 

Change Order Management

            Accounting for Changes  and Variations

            Management Reports

            Accounting for Quality Deficiencies

            Monitoring Documents

            Budget Adjustments

 

Lunch

           

Change Order Management and Project Closeout

            Payment Provisions/Retention

            Punch List and Testing

            Unfinished Work

            Outstanding Claims

 

Break

 

Differing Site Conditions

            Definitions Purpose and Practice

            Type I and Type II Examples - Non-covered Conditions

            Recovery, Exculpatory Clauses, Notice, Utility Problems

            How to evaluate a DSC Dispute

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day Two:     8:30 am - 4:00 pm

 

Delays Analysis

            Scheduling Requirements

            Time Extensions Requests

            Impact Events

            Delays Analysis

            Liquidated Damages

 

  Break

 

Delay Analysis and Disruption and Productivity

            Production and Inefficiency

            Monitoring Documents

            Performance Failures

            Outstanding Claims

 

  Lunch

 

Disruption and Productivity (Cont.)

 

  Break

 

Claims Avoidance

            Avoiding Costly Claims and Litigation

            Up-front Considerations, Design Phase, Construction Phase

            Maintaining Control of Design Liability

            Basic Principles, Federal Requirements

            Lessons Learned from New York, Team Approach

            Notice Provisions

            Project Closeout

            Liquidated Damages

            Top Ten Lists