Paul Stynchcomb, author and expert in the construction industry, and Kilpatrick Townsend partner Larry Prosen will lead an all-day workshop on how to effectively manage and affect changes in all facets of the construction process, including scheduling, change orders, and pricing.
Topics covered will include:
- How to price change orders that have an impact on base contract work and the associated labor inefficiencies.
- The Project Manager’s responsibilities associated with developing, reviewing, and responding to CPM Schedules, fragnets, delays, etc.
- An overview of the P/M’s responsibility on how and when to write letters, emails, photos, etc. on day-to-day job related issues to satisfy the Subcontract notice provisions should the project end up in an adversarial position.
- How to prepare for a claim.
- Proven techniques in CPM scheduling and Contract Changes to protect your company.
- Expert advice on CPM Scheduling and Changes to the Contract.
- Taking your company to the next level.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22311
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