keeping-control-of-your-project-with-effective-documentationtracking-and-record-keeping

Keeping Control of Your Project with Effective Documentation,Tracking and Record Keeping

Live Webinar

  • 90 minutes

Construction projects are risky undertakings. They are typically bid on tight margins and involve countless unknowns. Therefore, it is fundamentally important that they are properly managed. This management begins before the first shovel is in the ground by having a well thought out plan for both for construction execution and for financial aspects of a project. As the project moves forward there must be procedures in place to collect the information necessary to track all aspect of the project, allowing the project manager to know where the project stands at any time and enabling him to make adjustments to the plan as necessary.

In this webinar join expert speaker Fritz T. Marth, where he will explain that how to track such information effectively, and most importantly, how to use that information to manage your project to a successful conclusion.

Session Highlights:

  • What is project management

  • What are project controls

  • Key information for good project control

  • Establishing proper project management and controls procedures

  • Establishing the project plan

  • Maintaining the project records

  • Tracking and updating and adjusting the approach

  • Addressing the uncontrollable and managing risk

Why You Should Attend:

In this webinar, the attendee will learn how to manage a project and importantly manage the risks involved. We will explore estimating, bidding, and cost tracking, scheduling, and progress tracking from the point of risk so the attendee can appreciate the risk without having to first live it in the field. The attendee will learn how bidding, budgeting, scheduling, and tracking can and should all work together in a comprehensive management process. We will also look at real-life examples where good project management was able to “save” projects heading for a bad ending, as well as cases where bad decisions just made things worse.

Who Should Attend:

  • Construction Company Executives

  • Contractors’ Project Management

  • Staff Construction Managers

  • Project Controls Professionals

  • Project Owners and Sponsors Construction

  • Attorneys Subcontractors Designers 


*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.

** You can buy On-Demand and view it as per your convenience.

Fritz Marth

Fritz Marth

Fritz Marth is a Senior Managing Consultant with GREYHAWK, a nationally recognized construction management and claims consulting firm. He has 30 years of experience in construction and construction program management, specializing in construction disputes and claims resolution, critical path method scheduling and delay analysis, cost damages analysis, and litigation support. He has provided his services on over 100 projects and is recognized, and has testified, as an Expert in Courts and in Arbitration forums.

Mr. Marth holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Drexel University, and is a licensed Professional Engineer as well as a Certified Forensic Claims Consultant. He is a member of American Society of Civil Engineers, The Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International, and the American Bar Association - Forum on Construction Law.

Mr. Marth has presented seminars to contractors, subcontractors, attorneys, and other project stakeholders on topics related to claims avoidance, mitigation, and analysis, with a focus on delay and disruption claims. He has also written articles in this regard.

No Reviews Found

Want to attend in a Group? Call 844-810-1151 and Save upto 50%

  • $164.00

  • $164.00

  • $164.00

  • $259.00

  • $259.00

  • $259.00

  • $309.00

  • Total : $00.00

Share this course with a friend
           

Newsletter

Get Notified about News, Webinars, Community & More