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Change Orders and Implied Obligations - Cyber Week Special: 2-Part Series with Free Subscription

Changes and disputes on construction projects are inevitable. Many are due to owner-directed changes or change conditions encountered on a project. Others are due to obligations created by contract clauses. These two exclusive recorded webinars, presented by construction attorney Stephen Hess, provide in-depth coverage of these subjects to help you tackle disputes that may arise. Have your whole team involved so they can anticipate possible issues and be prepared to properly recover extra costs and time where due. Owners, designers and the contract administration team can better prepare construction documents to avoid these situations, and when they do arise, will be more effective in resolving issues accordingly.

 

For Black Friday, Construction Claims Advisor is offering both of these two very popular programs, which regularly sell for $199 each, for the price of one AND providing a free 1-year subscription. This offer expires November 25, 2018; don't delay.

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The Essential Course on Successful Management of Construction Claims and Change Orders (Book and DVD) - Cyber Monday Savings

The Essential Course on Successful Management of Construction Claims and Change Orders includes 16 90-minute sessions presented by 30 of the construction industry's leading attorneys, consultants and practitioners and covers everything from identification, anticipation and prep work for prevention to pricing and negotiation of construction claims. The course goes into detail on CPM schedules, loss of productivity, differing site conditions, delays and much more to give you and your team the most comprehensive overview of construction claims' process.

Price: $695.00
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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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Substantial Completion, Final Completion & Closing Out a Project

In this informative 90-minute recorded webinar program, Stephen A. Hess A. Hess and Allison Mikulecky of Sherman & Howard LLC present an overview of substantial completion, final completion, and the closing out of a project.

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Mastering Project Delivery and Chosing the Platform That's Right for You - 4-Part Series

Download this four-part series to learn best practices for construction project delivery that fits your goals. It's a fact - successful construction projects require three essential components: collaboration, a workable schedule and proper contract administration. Whether design-bid-build, design-build, CM at Risk, or IPD, collaboration between the owner, design team, contractor and construction manager enables early identification of risks and least-cost solutions, reducing or avoiding contentious claims and adversarial posturing

Price: $398.00
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Mastering Project Claims and Change Orders (Plus Bonus Training Program -- Paper to Paperless...) - December Holiday Savings

Download this four-part series that dissects the numerous complexities that lead to claims on construction projects. Attorneys presenting the sessions examine federal and private contract clauses that govern the ability to recover costs and time, including the roles and dynamics of the project staff and the owner's team. They shed light on solving the technical specification conflicts that typically cause claims. The series will help you understand various rights and remedies you might have to recover all costs and time related to the changes. Owners and contractors alike should have their teams sit in on these sessions to be able to quickly resolve potential costly problems at the least expense to all parties.

Price: $398.00
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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 presents an overview of implied obligations and judicial and legislative prohibitions related to construction contracts.

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Small Unmanned Aerial Systems: Keep Your Drones From Going Rogue

Are you flying a drone without a pilot’s license? Laugh if you will, but the Federal Aviation Administration adopted rules recently to regulate the commercial operation of drones. Drones offer extensive benefits to all the parties involved in construction projects, but drones are not mere off-the-shelf toys that you can take out of their boxes and fire up for use. For better or worse, operating a drone is legally considered operating an aircraft in U.S. airspace, with all the attendant regulatory burdens and legal risks. 

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Legal Implications of the Construction Schedule

Contract schedule clauses, when they exist, provide a starting point, declaring the purpose of the schedule and how it is to be used and maintained on the job, and its use as a tool for determining time-related changes or impacts. Over the years, a body of case law has evolved, giving shape to general requirements for the creation and subsequent role of schedules in proving or defending claims for delays, acceleration, impact and lost productivity.

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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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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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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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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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To Kill A Project: Contractor Strategies for Dealing with Defective Plans and Specs

This presentation discusses the role of parties to traditional design-bid-build projects and when obligations arise in the bid process due to faulty plans and specifications, who is at risk during construction, and theories and tips for recovery after construction. You will be more prepared to identify those situations where bad plans and specs might arise, and understand what the parties’ various options, rights and remedies might be.

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Alternate Project Delivery Claims

Listen to Richard Burnham and Mark Nagata to learn how anticipated and unanticipated costs are determined when using GMP, Design-Build and related project delivery methods [Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Open Book Accounting (OBA) and Engineer, Procure & Construct (EPC)] and much more.

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Lessons Learned: Recent Developments in Design-Build Case Law

Listen to Mike Loulakis, one of the country's leading authorities on design-build, as he reviews the design-build case law for the past two years. Mike regularly presents case law updates at the annual meeting of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), where he focuses on the facts of the decision and lessons to be learned from the disposition.

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Construction Contracts: Understanding Implied Obligations to Manage Risk

Design and construction agreements carry with them many obligations. Obligations may be in the form of duties, warranties or other covenants. Many of those obligations are stated in the written contract. However, contracts also impose certain obligations that may not be expressed in the written contract. These unwritten obligations are implied by law and courts and arbitrators enforce these obligations despite not being stated in the contract.

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Ethics for Architects & Engineers

With the construction industry in full growth mode, there is a renewed emphasis on the ethical obligations of design professionals. While design professionals may be well-versed in the practical responsibilities of their craft, their ethical obligations are not always as clearly defined or as intuitive as one may think. Additionally, continuing education seminars rarely address the ethical implications presented by purely legal solutions. This lack of adequate knowledge can lead to even the most conscientious architect or engineer unknowingly violating his/her ethical obligations.


In this comprehensive program, Ethics for Architects & Engineers, Michael J. Vardaro and Lina G. Telese, partners in leading construction law firm Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, will outline the legal requirements design professionals need to successfully navigate through difficult issues that arise during business development, the design and construction of projects, and in dealing with clients and colleagues.

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