The project manager is the center point of every construction project. It is a job with many facets that requires leadership, technical knowledge, sound judgment, common sense, and sensitivity to people, excellent communication skills, and a knack for diplomacy. This course will focus on defining project management, planning reliability, contract administration, scheduling fundamentals, and benchmarking and quality control.
Following this class, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the need for project management, planning reliability, contract administration, and benchmarking
- Discuss practical project management experiences
- Explain how to use technical knowledge to complete work on time, according to specifications, and gain profit
Target audience: New and experienced project managers
Duration: Four days
Continuing Education Hours: 24 Hours
Instructors: Dr. Jerry Rounds and Robert Segner, Jr.
Hosted by the Rocky Mountain Chapter, NECA
Contact chapter to register.