Many construction owners are moving away from the traditional design-bid-build approach and shifting greater responsibility and risk to the constructor, resulting in less separation between design and construction services. This program will address the various project delivery systems, such as Construction Management, EPC/Design-Build, IPD and Public Private Partnerships, and the unique project execution risks confronting primary stakeholders. You will learn how alternative project delivery systems can affect the success or failure of a project with improved risk identification and resolution. In addition, expanded participation of the project team requires greater reliance on project control tools for scheduling and coordination.
Attend this information-packed webinar to learn how to:
- Assess the delivery systems and unique project execution risks confronting primary stakeholders
- Anticipate project control issues for innovative delivery systems
- Learn about the importance of schedule integration and change management and how they affect the role of the parties
- Understand critical remedy-granting terms under innovative project delivery arrangements, such as time extensions and delay claims, suspension, termination and protecting payment rights
- Measure the success or failure of your project delivery system
- And much much more!
Who Will Benefit?
This webinar is a must if you’re a public or private owner, construction manager, contractor, design professional, surety, or legal professional.
Thomas D. Fertitta
Thomas D. Fertitta, PSP, founded TDF, LLC in April 2001 as a construction consulting services company and has built one of the finest reputations in the construction industry by continually producing positive results for project stakeholders. Mr. Fertitta’s broad hands-on experience provides owners and contractors with a unique and objective view of project issues during all phases of the construction process. For complete bio, click here.
|Jeffrey G. Gilmore |
Jeffrey G. Gilmore is a Shareholder in the Tysons Corner, Virginia, office of Akerman Senterfitt, LLP and the National Chair of Akerman's Construction practice. His practice emphasizes domestic and international construction law involving a broad range of public and private matters, including EPC/design-build projects, healthcare, multi-family housing, power generation, petrochemical, and infrastructure projects (transportation, water, and public safety). For complete bio, click here.