CI Educational Event series, in collaboration with SMPS, called "Construction Institute 101" - is designed to bring together everyone who works in, markets and supports the AEC industry -- whether you are brand new in your role or a seasoned professional, this series is for you. THE LIFE CYCLE & COSTING OF A CM AT RISK PROJECT is the second session in the series and will explain in detail the various phases of delivering a project from conceptualization to close-out.
When: Wednesday, April 26, starting at 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Where: University of Hartford - 1877 Club, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT 06117
Contact: Laura Eldredge, email@example.com
Online registration is available until: 4/26/2017
Construction Institute 101 Educational Series in collaboration with SMPS
Our new educational event series called "Construction Institute 101", is designed to bring together everyone who works in, markets and supports the AEC industry -- whether you are brand new in your role or a seasoned professional, this series is for you. Each semester we will present a new session that will dive into a particular facet of the industry. We will discuss how we connect with each other, ways we can better collaborate and gain a general understanding of how we can work together effectively.
Session #2: The Life Cycle & Costing of a CM at Risk Project:
What are the phases of a design project? – How are costs projected and tracked throughout? How do the architect, cost estimator, construction manager and owner collaborate in each phase?
In this session we will explain in detail the various phases of delivering a project from conceptualization to close-out. Each of the experienced panelists will describe their individual roles and how they collaborate to see a project through to its completion.
Phases that will be covered in this session will include:
1. Conceptual/Schematic Design
2. Design Development
3. Construction Documents
5. Construction Administration
• Identify and describe the respective phases of a design project.
• Understand the roles of each player throughout all phases of a CM at Risk project.
• Understand how a cost estimate is established and how the entire team works to keep it on budget throughout all phases.
• For each phase, identify the team members involved and their roles and responsibilities.
• Identify best practices for each phase.
• Discuss real challenges and solutions citing project examples (or develop a “case study” to present to attendees).
• Perspective from the owner, architect, cost estimator and construction manager regarding:
? “What is important to me…”
? “What I need you to know…”
? “What I define as success…”
• 8:30 - 9:00 AM
:....Registration and light refreshments
• 9:00 - 10:30 AM
Our target audience is really everyone!
• MARKETING: We want marketing departments to come to understand what the proposals they are pulling together mean and how to help write them.
• AEC PROFESSIONALS: We want young professionals and experienced veterans, including facilities and procurement folks, to come and understand the industry better, holistically.
• Alex Babbidge, President, Babbidge Construction Company, Inc.
• David H. Barkin, AIA - Chief Architect, Connecticut Department of Administrative Services
• Lewis Finkel, F.C.P.E., President, Professional Construction Services, Inc.
• Christopher Williams, AIA, Principal, Christopher Williams Architects, LLC
Cost: CI and SMPS Members: $65 / Non-Members: $90 (CI Members, please login prior to registering to receive the member discount.)
SMPS members, enter the promo code you received and your SMPS membership number on the Checkout page.
Continuing Educational Credit: Construction Institute is an AIA Registered Provider, CCM Recertification Point Provider and NYS approved sponsor of CE - NYS sponsor # 9040.
Course attendees are eligible to receive 0.15 Continuing Education Units, 1.5 CCM Renewal Points, 1.5 Professional Development hours and/or 1.5 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units, verified through certificates of attendance, which are sent to participants after completion of workshop and assessment.
Course attendees wishing to receive AIA Continuing Education Learning Units and/or CCM Renewal Points should check in at the sign-in desk and fill out the appropriate attendance form(s) to receive credit.
For more information, contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org