BIM Technologies A-Z; Working with Data for the Non-BIM Participants

What technologies should be used by whom? In this session, construction technology pioneer John Jurewicz runs down the various tools and discusses who might use what, and the various complexities that one might plan for. Each tool essentially has input/output data, one or more specific functions, and certain minimum levels of skill to operate. John runs down the various mainstream programs and apps that BIM users have come to rely on, providing highlights and tips about each.

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Getting BIM Right, In Practice & Contractually Speaking: And How the New ConsensusDocs BIM Addendum Can Help

This program provides best practices regarding reliance on the model and outlining how to execute a BIM Execution plan, including how to address full lifecycle use of BIM, cost, schedule and maintenance. Make BIM the success it deserves to be on your projects. This 90-minute webinar will address the state of the art of BIM usage and how best practices should be incorporated into your contracting policies.

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ADA Accessibility – Is Your Project or Property in Compliance?

The presenters review the new rules such as “safe harbors,” highlight major changes, and point out potential implications for your projects. This webinar explores the scoping and technical aspects of ADAAG/ADASAD and offers guidance on how owners, contractors and operators of facilities available to the public can navigate the technical aspects of the Law and avoid claims of non-compliance.

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How to Win Defective Documents, Conflicts & Omissions and Ambiguities Every Time

This recorded webinar will provide effective project management techniques to prevent, minimize and/or win change orders and claims while developing the procedures and techniques required to properly identify, prepare, evaluate, negotiate and get paid for valid change orders and claims and not pay the invalid change orders and claims.

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Practical Construction Law for Architects, Engineers and Construction Managers

This program is designed to provide practical advice about how engineering and construction contracts are drafted and interpreted, how typical owner, A/E, construction manager and contractor interpretations create conflicts on construction sites, and how best to resolve disputes that do arise.

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Judicial & Legislative Control Over Construction Contracts: Implied Obligations & Impermissible Clauses

As attentive as many professionals are to their written contracts, even a modestly sophisticated understanding requires attention to "implied" obligations and prohibitions. In this informative 90-minute recorded webinar, Stephen A. Hess of Sherman & Howard, LLC will present an overview of implied obligations and judicial and legislative prohibitions related to construction contracts.

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Early Completion Schedules - a Form of Contingency Bidding

The purpose of this recorded presentation is to set forth the background concerning a contractor’s right to complete work early and examine the contractor’s right to seek an equitable adjustment should their early completion be delayed by action of the owner. Additionally, this recorded webinar provides a brief overview of 12 different ways owners can defend against claims oriented early completion schedules.

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The Legal Risk of BIM — Real or Imagined?

The full scope of BIM’s legal ramifications may take years to fully comprehend, but the most anticipated potential liabilities will be addressed during this 90-minute recorded webinar, including issues surrounding intellectual property and ownership interests and design and construction control concerns.

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Termination of a Troubled Construction Project

Anyone who has been through a "default" termination understands that it is the nuclear war of construction disputes, and even a termination for convenience may only be accomplished at great expense and with risks of its own. In this informative 90-minute program, Stephen A. Hess of Sherman & Howard, LLC will present an overview of the rights and responsibilities of the parties in the face of seriously troubled projects, and will walk participants through the legal, economic, and practical considerations that affect any termination decision.

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Effective Construction Project Documentation

This webinar will cover the following types of project documents: pre-construction documentation, standard records (meeting minutes, logs, RFIs), testing and inspections, communications (emails, letters, schedules), how to document oral conversations, and tips for effective photographs and videos.

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Loss of Productivity Disputes — New Developments on an Expensive and Tricky Issue

More and more construction claims are including a loss of productivity component these days. But too often the claimed amount is not properly substantiated or presented. Understanding the loss of productivity claim’s strengths and weaknesses will thus help you evaluate other types of claims as well. Participants in this seminar will learn the latest technical and legal concepts associated with loss of productivity along with other critical issues.

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Identification and Notification - Keys to Success

Joe McManus discusses the "hows and whys" of identifying claims and notifying the owner of all potential problems. This is one of the most important aspects of contract administration, as proper notification is paramount to avoid losing one's right to submit a claim as well as to establish the foundation for ultimate proof and recovery.

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Contract Interpretation: Insight to the Myriad of Causes of Conflict Arising from the Drawings & Specifications

Contract interpretation is one of the more interesting subjects in day-to-day project management. Every construction project is a unique design accompanied by a unique set of contract documents. Design is limited  --  or should we say “unlimited” --  only by the imagination of the designer. So it is natural that the development of the specifications and drawings comprising the contract documents will give rise to questions and conflicts.

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Certified Payroll/Prevailing Wage Reports: A Practical Guide to Compliance

This fast-paced, 90-minute high-level overview focuses on Federal WH-347 reporting requirements, which then can be translated to state-specific prevailing wage mandates. Certified payroll expert Nancy Smyth will explain the important details you need to know to comply with certified payroll requirements on your government-funded construction project. Don’t get caught in a prevailing wage nightmare; learn the ins-and-outs of certified payroll requirements, and get your questions answered!

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Schedule Delay Analysis — Choosing a Method and Why They Differ

What has not been widely discussed or written about is what factors should go into the decision-making process when choosing a delay analysis method for a particular project or a specific claim. This presentation addresses just that.

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Project Delays and Time Extensions

Attorney Jeff Gilmore and consultant Tom Fertitta cover the topic from A-Z, including typical causes, types and outcomes of most delay situations. Join Jeff and Tom to get dialed into the intricacies of delay presentations, support, analysis and defense.

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Schedule Delay Analysis Modeled Methods — Additive & Subtractive

This presentation focuses on those methodologies referred to in the industry as "modeled" methods. It will explore the performance of a credible delay analysis and identify many of the strengths and pitfalls of these methodologies.

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Schedule Delay Analysis — Observational Methods — Static & Dynamic Logic

When choosing schedule delay analysis method there are a number of technical, practical and legal considerations that a delay analyst makes. This presentation focuses on those methodologies referred to in the industry as "observational" methods. It will explore the performance of a credible delay analysis and identify many of the strengths and pitfalls of these methodologies.

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Construction Scheduling: Advanced Tips and Techniques

This recorded webinar will help you learn specific keys that are required for a good plan and schedule. These elements enable timely decisions and steer the project to its successful completion. The course covers the more advanced aspects of scheduling and scheduling techniques as well as the plans that underlie schedules, and is crucial for any project and constructor, design professional or project manager in today’s complex construction environment.

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The Fundamentals of Joint Ventures in Construction

Learn why, in an industry that is filled with fiercely competitive and independent-minded risk-takers, we so often see competitors come together to form Joint Ventures to pursue and perform work on construction projects in the USA and around the world. This 90-minute session, which is presented in a simple and straightforward manner by a professional with years of hands-on experience in the negotiation, drafting and administration of Joint Venture Agreements, highlights basic differences and alert you to the unique risks of Joint Ventures.

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Acceleration and Mitigation of Project Delays: Analysis, Costs and Owner/Contractor Responsibilities

Attorneys Mike Harris and Brian Dugdale team up to explain the often-overlooked concept of mitigating delays, which the contractor is obligated to do notwithstanding the causes. The fine line between mitigating and acceleration is explained, along with the various types of acceleration, plus the necessary documentation and proof to support and price an acceleration claim.

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Understanding the Davis-Bacon Act and Prevailing Wage Law on Government Contracts

This 90-minute presentation provides you with the information you need to understand the specific requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act, when it applies, and the process necessary to ensure compliance and avoid enforcement actions and potential penalties. Failure to comply with the Davis-Bacon Act can have dire consequences, including debarment and the loss of a major source of business, in addition to the exposure to substantial damages and attorneys’ fees.

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Winning Construction Delay Claims: 2 Successful Approaches

There are two approaches for measuring delay, though identified separately in the construction claims literature, are entirely compatible and, when combined, provide a comprehensive, project-schedule-based approach to quantifying delays. Listen to this information-packed session to learn how and when to use each type of delay analysis. Contract language supporting these methods will be reviewed and discussed.

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CPM Schedule Review & Analysis

The proof for damages and time recovery of project delays and impact relies almost exclusively on the use of CPM schedules to show both the causes and extent of the delays incurred. Years of case decisions and industry dialogue have resulted in a number of best practices and approaches, both in the use of schedules during the job and for subsequent use in delay-claim support. Consultant, expert and attorney John Livengood explains the various considerations for use of CPM schedules during the course of a project and in the preparation of a delay analysis.

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Documentation: Best Practices for Identification and Support of Claims

Listen to Robert Freas and Wesley Grover for this in-depth review of the various records and documents including examples of times & material reporting, daily reports, documentation logs, production and other reports that should be kept for both improved project performance and improved change order management and claims resolution.

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