DURATION: 90 MINUTES
Change orders on construction projects are inevitable. They are a fact of life in construction and act as a safety relief valve for both owners and contractors during the course of construction. While changes cannot be stopped altogether, they can and must be managed for the benefit of both the owner and the contractor in order to deliver successful projects on time and within the budget. Thus, owners and contractors must learn how to manage changes to the work during the construction period. This webinar discusses how and why changes arise during the project’s construction phase; what owners can and cannot change; the types of change to the work in progress; how each type of change order should be handled on the site; the rules of contract interpretation; what damages may be owed under the Changes clause; and how changes can be resolved on the project site.
Attendees will be exposed to the best practices of change management during construction and a standard change order control process. They will leave with a better understanding of the two types of change on construction projects as well as typical recoverable damages under the Changes clause.
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DURATION: 90 MINUTES
Rework in the construction industry is frequent and well known. It is a drain on construction productivity, profitability, and the timeliness of project delivery for both contractors and owners. Additionally, the need for rework can have spinoff or downstream impacts for all project stakeholders. The causes of rework are, likewise, very well known: design and construction changes; errors and omissions; project enhancements; operability changes; fabrication changes and errors, etc. While rework is common, the impact has not been thoroughly assessed, studied, or discussed. This webinar assesses and identifies the typical cost of rework on a wide range of project types. It shows how the cost of rework is frequently understated and provides an estimate of the true “average cost” of rework. The webinar also identifies the average impact of rework on project duration in terms of time as well as unrecoverable extended overheads and the cost of liquidated damages. Finally, the webinar identifies several practical methods that can be employed by owners and contractors to substantially reduce both the cost and time impact of rework.
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|Feb 24, 2021||Cost & Time Impact of Rework on Construction Projects||90 Mins||$199.00|
|Jan 14, 2021||Management of Change & Change Orders in Construction||90 Mins||$199.00|