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This one-day seminar is designed for construction and project managers, engineers, presidents, vice presidents, contractors, developers, principals, owners, controllers, accountants, architects, contract managers, facilities managers, real estate professionals and attorneys.
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This seminar will cover such topics as dealing with changes both prior to and during construction, claims based upon changes from contractors and subcontractors, civil and criminal statutes that bear on the issue of construction change orders, and more. (see full course description)

 
 
 

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Most construction projects present an issue of changes, either anticipated or unanticipated. The issue of changes, and the related subjects of extra work and differing site conditions, must be understood by all parties of the construction project. Changes in a construction project can have a significant impact on project costs and project schedules. Dealing with changes is important both to the project itself and the relationship of the parties.

Seminar highlights:

  • Recognizing and understanding the concept of changes in construction projects
  • Dealing with changes both prior to and during construction
  • Claims based upon changes from contractors and subcontractors
  • Civil and criminal statutes that bear on the issue of construction change orders

Learning objectives:

  • The attendee will be able to discuss constructive changes.
  • The attendee will be able to identify change orders vs. change directives.
  • The attendee will be able to review the sources of change.

Seminar Summary:

This seminar will cover such topics as dealing with changes both prior to and during construction, claims based upon changes from contractors and subcontractors, civil and criminal statutes that bear on the issue of construction change orders, and more. (see full course description)

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