The field of construction management is heterogeneous and enormously complex. There are several major classifications of construction that differ markedly from each other: housing, nonresidential building, heavy, highway, utility, and industrial projects. Such projects involve much time and expense, and close management control of them is required if they are to be completed within the established time and cost limitations. A construction manager is in charge of the overall planning and control of a project; this demands a command of many skills. The Construction Project Administration & Site Management training course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge of the regulatory, insurance, management, safety, estimating, and environmental aspects of the construction management industry.
What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets.
Who Should Attend This Training Course?
This training course is designed for Construction Engineers and Supervisors, Contracts, Project Engineers, as well as Site Managers.
What Are The Training Course Objectives?
Acquire knowledge and problem solving skills to determine costs for construction activities and projects
Apply time value money concepts for evaluation of alternatives
Evaluate project schedules and cost performance
Develop professionally and acquire new and relevant knowledge to enhance professional growth
Interpret construction material properties and standards
Perform managerial functions
What Is The Training Course Curriculum?
Control of quality in construction
The partnering concept
Job site analysis
Responsibility and authority
Resident project representative an inspector
Lines of authority on construction projects
Documentation: Records and Reports
Files and records
Construction reports diary
Who should maintain diaries and daily reports?
Documentation of intermittent inspection
Documentation of dangerous safety hazards/warnings
Specifications and Drawings
Conflicts due to drawings and specification
Content and component parts of specifications
CSI specifications format
Allowances and tolerances in specifications
Using the specifications in control administration
General conditions of the construction contract
Materials and equipment
The contractor and subcontractors
Shop drawings & samples
Disapproving or stopping the work
Order of precedence of the contract documents
OSHA and construction safety
General responsibility for construction safety
Safety requirements in construction contracts.
Meetings and negotiations
Types of meeting in construction
Handling yourself at a meeting
In-house decision–making meetings
Risk Allocation and Liability Sharing
Identification and nature of construction risks
Contractual allocation of risk
Who should accept what risks?
Types of risks and allocations of those risks
Minimizing risks and losses
Prequalification of bids
Opening, acceptance, and documentation of bid
Development of a quality control / assurance program
Inspection and testing
Planning for Construction
Planning for construction
Construction schedules as related to building costs
Specifying CPM for a project
Authority and responsibility of all parties
Time of inspection and tests
Suspension or termination of work
Fundamental of value engineering
Methodology in applying value engineering
Steps job plan
Measurement and Payment
Construction progress payments
Approval of payment requests
Evaluation of contractor's payment requests
Liquidated damages during construction
Standard contract provisions for measurement and payment