Advance Construction Management

Workshop Overview

Construction management evolved as a professional practice distinct from design and construction in the early 1960’s in response to increasing complexities in the construction industry. Today’s construction projects are complex, risky and the building process has become extremely demanding. It takes savvy professional talent to orchestrate all of the means and methods needed to accomplish this challenge. This is the essence of construction management.

A major construction effort is a complex and risk-laden venture. It involves the expenditure of a large sum of capital as well as the application of technologies in which only a few are expert. It requires the Owner to do business with several groups of people whose interests are often conflicting with Owner’s interests.

A Construction Manager provides the Owner with specialized knowledge, experience and resources to navigate through the complexities of a construction project. Construction management services may be tailored to satisfy the needs of the sophisticated Owner. The CM adds value by providing the resources and expertise needed to manage quality, cost, schedule, scope and risks associated with design and construction to help the Owner achieve its objectives.

Major Benefits Of Attending:

  • UNDERSTAND the principles of construction management
  • MASTER the procurement approaches, compensation methods
  • ATTAIN constructability check, design economics and value engineering
  • IDENTIFY the preparation of cost plan and contingency working
  • LEARN tender process, prequalification, tender review and negotiation
  • DISCOVER change management (RFP, RFQ, Authority matrix)
  • ACQUIRE scheduling and project control (Base line, WBS, updating, early warning notices)
  • OBTAIN risk management (Identification, assessment and mitigation) and Risk Register

Who Should Attend?

This course will be of interest to those of all levels involved in construction and engineering projects, including:

  • Employers/Owners and their Representatives
  • Developers
  • Contractors (and their Subcontractors and Suppliers)
  • Government Ministries, Department and Agencies
  • Project Funding Agencies
  • Consultants (Architect, Engineers or Quantity Surveyors)

This training is highly recommended for those acting in a position of:

  • Project Managers
  • Project Officers
  • Contract Managers
  • Commercial Directors

Why you Should Attend?

Construction is a risky business, it is important to understand where you set your foot into, since misinterpretation or misperception of some contract provisions can transform your expected profit into severe losses.

At the end of this course the participants will have a good sense of what the job of a construction manager entails and how to be successful as a construction manager.