Most electrical contractors agree that one of the industry's most vexing problems is the change order. They may significantly alter the nature of the work, change the materials to be installed, or be considered "insignificant" changes, but they often alter the sequence of scheduled activities, require rework of installations, and divert some manpower and equipment needed for the original contract work.
Following this class, participants will be able to:
- Identify change order errors in advance to minimize project loss
- Describe the impact of change management on project success
- Discuss how to minimize the impact of change orders
- Explain how to manage changes on a project
CE Hours: 6 Hours
Instructor: Dr. Awad Hanna; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Note: Minimum of 15 and maximum of 25 attendees
Registration for this course is not available online, please contact Danae Simmonds at the Minneapolis Chapter, NECA to register, 952-591-1800.