The date of this seminar has changed to Nov. 17, 2020
As the construction industry continues to expand in 2020, the fundamentals of Project Management can be lost in the rush to grab a larger share of available work. At the core of project management is assuring timely completion of the work which can only be accomplished through proper planning and scheduling. Even when proper planning is implemented, the unforeseeable occurs and disrupts performance. Proper project management then requires an understanding of how to pursue and defend against time-related claims.
The Seminar Group has assembled a premier group of construction professionals who are leaders in their respective fields and ready to give you the benefit of their years’ experience. Our expert speakers will address the most challenging issues that arise in managing project schedules and delays and will present cutting-edge techniques for documenting, analyzing, and presenting project schedule delay events, providing guidance on how to avoid, negotiate, and resolve these disputes.
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Kenneth J. O’Connell Ph.D., PE, PSP, CFCC, RPLS, Program Chair, is co- founder and president of O’Connell & Lawrence, Inc., a firm that specializes in providing civil engineering, construction consulting, project management, scheduling, claims analysis and preparation, surveying, construction inspection and constructability reviews. He has been the principal-in-charge of assignments for public agencies in addition to numerous assignments on behalf of owners, general contractors, and subcontractors. He has broad experience in the construction industry as a consultant, designer, project manager, and teacher.
Kathleen O. Barnes is a Senior Partner at Watt Tieder Hoffar & Fitzgerald LLP in Virginia. Her practice focuses on domestic and international construction contracting and federal government contracts. She counsels and advises contractors, design engineering firms, construction managers and owners in all phases of industrial, power, civil, transportation and commercial construction in the United States and overseas. For more than 30 years, Kathy has represented clients in claim preparation, negotiation and other informal ADR procedures, mediation, arbitration and litigation in both federal and state courts.
William M. Kime is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting, Inc. He provides consulting services to a wide variety of clients, including litigation support and consulting services related to pricing of construction and government contract damages, analysis of accounting systems, and documentation and cost recovery in environmental cleanup cases. These services include assistance to contractors in contract closeouts, estimation and calculation of damages resulting from such actions as terminations, change in contract requirements or differing site conditions, and late exercise of contract options.
Stanley W. Martin, EIT, is Executive Vice President and General Counsel at O’Connell & Lawrence, Inc. He has over 25 years of combined experience, as a practicing civil engineer, as a practicing attorney, and as a construction consultant. He has an extensive construction and engineering background, serving as a senior project manager for numerous government facility, institutional, commercial, industrial, heavy civil, transportation, retail, and airport construction projects. He is well versed in day-to-day construction operations, from the design phase through project completion and post-completion.
Joshua D. Rice, CCM, PMP, PSP, is the Vice President of O’Connell & Lawrence, Inc. He has over 17 years of diverse construction and engineering experience on commercial, institutional, educational, industrial, highway and bridge, utility, marine, and heavy civil construction projects in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. His expertise includes project management, construction operations and logistics, planning and scheduling, project controls, contract administration, and litigation support services for projects delivered using the design-bid-build, EPCM, and design-build delivery methods.
This seminar is approved for the following credits:
This course has been approved by The Florida Bar for 7.5 general CLER credits (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). 7.5 credits apply to Business Litigation Certification, Condominium and Planned Development Law Certification and Construction Law Certification.
This course has been approved by The American Institute of Architects for 6.25 LU’s (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). Credits for recorded courses not available. The Seminar Group is an AIA CES Approved Provider.
This course has been approved by the Florida Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation Construction Industry Licensing Board for 7.0 general hours (Live Credits for In Person Attendance ONLY).
This course has been approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers for 7.5 CEH’s (Live Credits for Attending & Webcast).
This course has been approved by the IRMI for 6.0 hours of CRIS reaccreditation credits (Live Credits for In Person Attendance ONLY). Credits for recorded courses not available.
If you are purchasing only certain portions of the seminar then the full credit amount does not apply.
If you do not complete the full seminar you may not earn full credit. If you need assistance calculating your
credit please call our office at 206-463-4400 or 800-574-4852.
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