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To keep one’s project pointed towards success, one must have to identify key elements of the Construction Process. This topic focuses on those actions that keep your project pointed toward success. Steps that can and should be taken to help anticipate, identify, and manage the problems inherent in the construction process will be rightly addressed in the session.
Join this session by expert speaker Bill Haydt, where he will explain the aspects of construction that can often lead to a bad project and of the fundamentals necessary to implement a successful project.
Plan for Success- A Matter of Perspective
Anticipate Bad – Know Your Enemy
What You Don’t Know
When Is Bad Too Bad?
Manage the Risk
Key Contract Provisions
What to Look for
Where to Find It
When to Act
Coping With Disaster
Calling in the Troops
Reaching out to Third-Parties
Turning to the Surety.
Why You Should Attend:
By attending this webinar, you will learn the key elements of a successful construction project. You will gain a better understanding of identifying risks and damages on a project. You will also learn how to manage risk on a project and how to act on it. You will learn how a surety’s performance can affect the construction process. The webinar also provides construction professionals with an understanding of how to manage and protect the project from a risk perspective.
Who Should Attend:
All Construction Professionals interested in having successful projects and avoiding pitfalls that can derail them.
You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.
** You can buy On-Demand and view it at your convenience.
Director and Shareholder at Trauner Consulting Services, Inc.
Provides Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule development, updating, and time extension preparation services to contractors, and CPM schedule review and time extension evaluation services to public and private owners
Qualified in federal court as an expert in construction scheduling and delay analysis; expertise lies in the areas of construction claims preparation and evaluation, development and review of critical path method (CPM) schedules, delay analysis, lost productivity, damages, and dispute resolution
Analyzed construction performance on a wide array of projects, including highways, bridges, airports, wastewater treatment plants, power plants, chemical process plants, government installations, pipeline systems, correctional facilities, hi-rise and low-rise structures, commercial facilities and residential housing units
Evaluated and helped resolve construction claims involving delay, inefficiency, acceleration and other impacts related to differing site conditions, design deficiencies, changes, and owner, designer and contractor performance through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation
Certified and award-winning instructor for Federal Highway Administration’s National Highway Institute courses, including Managing Highway Contract Claims: Analysis and Avoidance
Presented dozens of seminars, webinars, and construction claims-related presentations across the country
B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, Drexel University
J.D. degree, Temple University James Beasley School of Law
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