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All workshops are scheduled from 8 AM to 12 PM unless otherwise indicated

Hartford, CT Workshops


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Thursdays CT OE-2 Operators License Review & Exam Preparation ...7 sessions 9 AM - 1 PM starting September 27th


October Wednesday, 10/3 Tuesday, 10/9 Wednesday, 10/17 Thursday, 10/25


Thursday, 11/1 Thursday, 11/15 Thursday, 11/29

Facilities Operations and Maintenance Management Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills You Can Use Movable Bridge Engineering (1-Day Workshop - 8 AM-4 PM) Fundamentals of Facilities Management

7 9 9 11

Construction Contracting and Change Orders 11 Facilities Construction and Project Management 11 Effective Documentation, Correspondence & Communication 11

December Thursday, 12/6 Become a Problem Solver: Dealing with conflict as a normal part of business



Tue-Wed, 1/8 -1/9/19 Railroad Bridge Engineering 2-Day Workshop - 8 AM-4 PM 13

The Construction Institute thanks Tucker Mechanical for their generous support of the Education Program as a Dean Level Underwriter!

Webinars and Blended Learning


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Online starts 9/27 Fundamentals of Effective Business Communication for your World In-person 10/25 Cost: Members $250 - Non-Members $310 (6 hours) 9 Friday, 9/28

LEED for Starters: A Contractor's Guide


Project Management Certificate Program

Starting Wed. 9/19 Starting Wed. 10/3 Starting Wed. 10/17 Starting Wed. 10/31 Starting Wed. 11/14 Starting Wed. 12/5


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Principles of Project Management ...ONLINE starts Sept. 19 - IN-PERSON on Sept. 6, 2018 17 Project Communications Management ...ONLINE starts Oct. 3 - IN-PERSON on Oct. 10, 2018 17 Project Scope Management ...ONLINE starts Oct. 17 - IN-PERSON on Oct. 24, 2018 17 Budget Management: Managing Project Costs ...ONLINE starts Oct. 31 - IN-PERSON on Nov. 7, 2018 17 Project Schedule Management: From Project Initiation to Closeout ...ONLINE starts Nov. 14 - IN-PERSON on Nov. 28, 2018 19 Management of Legal Exposures ...ONLINE starts Dec. 5 - IN-PERSON on Dec. 12, 2018 19

Registration Information Cost: (For single session Workshops... Prices vary for multiple sessions, special sessions or alternative formats - See description for details)

Designed to run construction. Introducing the Construction Operating System Inspired by openness, leading companies are using Construction OS to make better decisions, take on more projects, and earn more profit. We’re helping companies do more than run great projects, we’re helping them run great businesses.


Member Non-Member

$ 165 $ 225

Registration Options: Online:

Certificate Programs Member Non-Member


$ 950 $ 1,240

Workshop Locations & Confirmation

Unless otherwise noted...Workshops are held in the Construction Institute classroom at 260 Girard Avenue, Hartford, CT, on the University of Hartford’s Asylum Avenue Campus.

Cancellations / Refunds / Substitutions Cancellations must be made 48 hours prior to workshop or webinar for a refund. If amount is outstanding, the entire amount will still be due the Construction Institute. Substitutions may be made before the start date of any workshop. Workshops may be rescheduled due to instructor conflict or severe weather. We reserve the right to cancel due to insufficient enrollment, in which case workshop fees will be refunded in full. Thank you for your consideration.

Recording Release Professional Development workshops may be recorded and transmitted for public broadcast by Construction Institute. Attendance grants your release of your voice and image as an audience participant. No other recording is allowed.

Construction Institute Certificate Programs Certificate in Construction Management

Construction Management certificate provides thorough up-to-date preparation for effective leadership in the field. Complete six workshops, including four “core” workshops and two electives from an extensive list of informative offerings.

Certificate in Facilities Management

Designed for practicing Facility Management professionals to insure they have the necessary knowledge to develop and execute the strategic and operational mission of facilities management. Earn the Certificate in Facilities Management by completing six workshops including five “core” workshops and one elective from an extensive list of informative offerings.

Certificate in Project Management

For supervisors, project managers, or those who desire to become project managers; the Certificate in Project Management is comprised of six 4-hour workshops designed to provide essential skills and a solid foundation for longterm development in managing construction and capital projects. For more information: Contact Laura Eldredge at 860-768-5869



HARTFORD WORKSHOPS Facilities Operations and Maintenance Management

CT OE-2 Operating Engineers License Review & Exam Preparation

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

SEPT 27, OCT, 4, 11, 18, 25 and NOV 1, 8, 2018, 9 AM - 1 PM

Facilities Management Certificate Requirement


This workshop will focus on management techniques to develop an efficient and responsible facilities team. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the variety of disciplines and responsibilities required of a modern Facilities Maintenance organization.

Thursdays - (7 Sessions)

Cost: Members $545 - Non-Members $625 Designed for individuals planning to test for the State of Connecticut Operating Stationary Engineer- OE-2 certification.

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Construction Institute Professional Education Underwriters

Understand the potential scope of services involved in Facilities Management and Operations. Describe tools available and understand how to effectively manage facility maintenance and operations. Understand means to deliver good customer service. Understand effective means of managing a facility's operation and maintenance budget.

Clifford Ashton, PE, CFM, SFP UConn Health Center and Jay Drew, CFM, PMP, SFP, CT General Assembly



Exceptional outcomes in the built environment.

The Construction Institute is an AIA Registered Provider, CCM Recertification Point Provider and NYS approved sponsor of CE NYS sponsor # 9040.

Today’s capital programs are more complex than ever. We understand your business challenges and have first-hand experience with the types of assets you own and operate. From the earliest stage of a program to completion, you can rely on us for exceptional and sustainable results, with greater certainty.

Participants will receive a copy of the Boiler Operator's Exam Preparation Guide textbook and a study guide binder containing hundreds of practice questions and daily assessments in multiple subject areas throughout the course.


Improving quality of life.



Fundamentals review in operations of boilers, chillers and associated peripheral equipment, including pumps, motors, controls, sensing and monitoring equipment. Understanding the nature of the OE-2 exam and an efficient approach to preparing to take it: including daily assessments, practical exam questions, proven successful study guidance, personal mentoring or assistance in specific areas of challenge. Detailed review of Boiler concepts, equipment and systems, (first 4 of 7 classes): including combustion systems, fuels, combustion controls and safety, boiler trim, pressure parts, federal and state regulations, steam and condensate systems, water treatment systems, steam turbines, heat exchangers, valve and aperture requirements. Detailed review of refrigeration and chiller concepts and equipment: including thermodynamic fundamentals, definitions, refrigeration cycle and conventional controls, large utility chiller systems, absorption systems and concepts, refrigeration safety. Fundamental review of electrical principals and common practical electric equipment: including generators, motors, transformers, basic circuits and power analysis as well as safety and common conventions associated with plant equipment.

NY State PDH Available

Jonathan VanDine, Building Performance Engineering ----------------


Fundamentals of Effective Business Communication in Writing for your World ONLINE: Begins September 27, 2018 -- IN-PERSON: October 25, 2018 3:30 PM - 5:00PM Cost: Members $250 - Non-Members $310

Every business and industry needs skilled writers to communicate effectively with both internal and external clients. This workshop will provide participants with practical tools and strategies for writers to perform their required writing tasks more accurately, effectively and efficiently. To maximize your learning experience, we are using a combination of online learning modules, realworld writing assignments and a final face-to-face group session. Participants will gain practical, hands-on experience in writing that is specific to their individual needs, and can work at a pace that fits their schedule.

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Construction Management, General Contracting and Design/Build Education, Manufacturing, Corporate, Athletics, Healthcare, Data Centers, Historic Structures

Outstanding People / Outstanding Results

Bartlett Brainard Eacott 70 Griffin Road South, Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002 860-242-5565

Construction Institute Professional Education Underwriters

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Understand the concept of audience/reader and perform a simple reader analysis. Learn multiple strategies for adapting technical or expert information for audiences with less expertise. Recognize & effectively use appropriate formats & channels for communication within an organization. Revise written documents to produce clear, concise, readable prose. Use tools such as PowerPoint and computer generated graphics effectively for both technical and non-technical audiences.

View full training schedule and details can be found online at: Beth Richards, Director First- and Second-Year Writing Programs, University of Hartford

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills You Can Use Tuesday, October 9, 2018

This 4-hour workshop provides an overview of why conflict feels stressful, how we can overcome the stress, and the importance of negotiation and conflict resolution skills in our personal and professional lives. Participants will be given negotiation role playing exercises which will then be discussed as a group. (See "Becoming a Problem Solver" workshop on pg. 11 as a follow-up session)

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Learn how conflict affects us physically & mentally, & ways to overcome the stress. Understand the importance of negotiation and conflict resolution in our personal and professional lives, and the connection between decision-making, negotiation, and conflict resolution. Discuss the connection between decisionmaking, negotiation, & conflict resolution. Learn negotiation strategies through role playing exercises and group discussion.

Nancy Greenwald Construction Institute, University of Hartford ----------------


Movable Bridge Engineering Wednesday, October 17, 2018

1-Day Workshop - 8 AM-4 PM (lunch provided) Cost: Members $330 - Non-Member $450 The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Construction Institute, University of Hartford are offering a session for practicing engineers on the topic of movable bridges. We will cover the civil and structural engineering considerations of designing movable bridges.

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Learn the basics of movable bridges, both highway and railroad. • Discuss current AREMA and AASHTO code requirements regarding movable bridges. • Learn the civil and structural engineering process of designing movable bridges. • Learn the advantages/disadvantages of 3 types of movable bridges (vertical-lift, horizontal swing and bascule). Session will include photos of movable bridges and bridge components to better illustrate the material. Participants will receive copies of portions of the AREMA & AASHTO specification sections relating to movable bridges.

David Jacobs, MS, PE University of Hartford


Engineering Today for Tomorrow

Fundamentals of Facilities Management

Construction Contracting and Change Orders

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Facilities Management Certificate Requirement This workshop will cover the basic skills required of facility managers to execute the strategic and operational mission of the core business team, while anticipating and responding to internal and external customer needs.

LEED AP, Building Commissioning Agent and CEM certifications Offering full engineering services in: Mechanical, HVAC and Plumbing Systems, Fire Protection Systems, Electrical Systems and Mission Critical Systems design 25 Van Zant Street, Norwalk, CT 06855 203.810.4191 w. 203.810.4193 f.

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Facilities Construction and Project Management Facilities Management Certificate Requirement

Thursday, November 15, 2018

This workshop will include the management of major facility construction projects, including new construction, alterations, tenant improvements, major repairs and replacements. •


35 Nutmeg Drive, Trumbull, CT


Learn about pre-construction services and value engineering, budgeting, scheduling, and contracting methods. Learn about contract documents, change order management, and project controls in budgeting and scheduling. Learn about various project delivery methods, project closeout and identifying questionable pricing and change orders. Learn about internal business needs and considerations when managing projects: stakeholder management, risk management, communication management, and fiduciary duties.

Mark Adams, MS, MBA, PMP PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

Learning the fundamentals of good construction contracts. Learning what to look out for in a construction contract, in order to preserve your rights. Examination of the change order process. Learning how to navigate the complexities of the change order process.

Thomas G. Librizzi McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter ----------------

Effective Documentation, Correspondence & Communication Construction Management Certificate Requirement

Thursday, November 29, 2018

This workshop is designed to help reduce paper-work without jeopardizing the maintenance and importance of complete, organized and necessary records to control the construction process. This workshop will include a pre-work case study prior to the live instructor session.

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SDV Northeast


SDV is among the elite law firms in the country representing policyholders in insurance coverage disputes, and one of even fewer national firms whose practice is focused exclusively in this area. Our clients span a broad range, from individuals to international corporations, and reach across all industries. No matter who or where you are, SDV is the right choice for policyholders.

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Learn about the multifaceted roles of the facility manager and how to plan and manage facilities more effectively. Discussion on administration, maintenance and operations, facility planning and development. Discussion on design and construction, project management, scheduling, and compliance. Discussion on financial controls, contracting and procurement.

Robert J. Falaguerra Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center

Construction Institute Professional Education Underwriters

This workshop will review what to look for in construction contracts, and examine the change order process.

Learning Objectives •

An ecologically minded engineering firm with over twenty years experience specializing in designs to make your building projects both environmentally and economically friendly

Construction Management Certificate Requirement

Proven methods for meeting minutes, RFI logs, information processing, PCO’s and change orders, and orchestrating the submittal process are presented. Standardized forms for all elements of communication are developed.

Robert Reihl, CHC, CIM, LEED AP ----------------

All workshops are 8 AM to 12 PM unless otherwise indicated.

For more information contact us at: 860-768-5869


Becoming a Problem Solver Dealing with conflict as a normal part of business

Railroad Bridge Engineering

This 4-hour workshop is a companion to the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills You Can Use workshop (pg. 9), and focuses on the problem solving skills needed to cope with unexpected problems and conflicts that arise during the course of doing business, including over the course of a construction project. Participants will be given a problem solving toolkit and role playing exercises which will then be discussed.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Construction Institute at the University of Hartford are offering a 2-day course for practicing engineers on the design and rating of steel railroad bridges. Workshop participants should have a background in structural engineering, but not specifically in the field of railroad bridges.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

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Construction Institute Professional Education Underwriters

Consulting Engineering Services

Learn how to approach business conflict as a problem solver. Learn how early awareness and intervention can improve both process and outcomes. Learn to develop a collaborative problem solving team among key participants. Practice problem solving and negotiation strategies through role playing exercises and group discussion.

Nancy Greenwald Construction Institute, University of Hartford ----------------

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Tuesday-Wednesday, January 8-9, 2019

2-Day Workshop - 8 AM-4 PM (lunch provided) Cost: Members $595 - Non-Member $795

Learning Objectives •

To cover the basics of the different types of railroad decks. • To cover the current AREMA code requirements regarding steel bridges. • Go through a detailed step-by-step design of a railroad bridge, as well as the rating of an existing bridge. • Although concentration will be on steel bridges, discussion of concrete and wood structures will also be included. The course will include photos of bridges and bridge components to illustrate the lecture material. Participants will receive copies of portions of the AREMA specifications sections relating to bridge design and rating, as well as other handout material.

David Jacobs, MS, PE University of Hartford


Creating Ener g y Solutions Mechanical Electrical Plumbing Fire Protection Commissioning Construction Admin. Solar Photovoltaics Solar Hot Water Geothermal HVAC LEEDTM Consulting Energy Audits

Middletown CT Norwood MA

12 New York NY Fort Lauderdale FL 860-632-1682

Confirmation, Location and Schedule Information Unless otherwise indicated Workshops are... Held at the Construction Institute Babcock Classroom 260 Girard Avenue Hartford, CT Scheduled from 8 AM to 12 PM

For more information contact: 860-768-5869


*NEW* LEED WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS LEED for Starters: A Contractor's Guide - WEBINAR Friday, September 28, 2018, NOON-2PM, Cost: $10

Performance through Leadership & Technology

Trane Commercial Sales & Service 716 Brook Street Rocky Hill, CT 860-616-6600

HVAC • Sheet Metal • Plumbing

F+F Mechanical Enterprises, Inc. 2 Dwight Street North Haven, CT 06473 203.239.7025 www.

Moderated webinar in collaboration with CT Green Building Council and Green Building Research Institute This session was created to provide an introduction to sustainability, green buildings, and the LEED v3 and v4 rating systems as it is related to Contractors. Ideal for construction professionals and students seeking to learn the fundamentals of how sustainability can be applied to the built environment, and how LEED can be utilized for designing and building green buildings. Also covered is the cost and performance of building LEED projects. Learn how green strategies can be applied on a real project.

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Understand fundamentals of sustainability as it applies to construction professionals. Explain green building process, benefits & cost. Identify differences between traditional vs. Green building process. Analyze a construction professional's role in designing & building green buidings. Learn what's changed in LEED V.4 and how that affects construction professionals. Introduction to LEED Construction Management


LEED Fundamentals -- *DATE COMING SOON!* Construction Institute Professional Education Underwriters

DON'T MISS! CI's Annual Golf Classic! Thursday September 13, 2018 Golf Club of Avon There are limited spots available for player opportunity and sponsorship. Don't miss out on a great day

Please visit Contact for your reservation and sponsorship questions.

Offered in collaboration with CT Green Building Council and US Green Building Council

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a collection of voluntary rating systems that assist project team members with the identification, implementation and measurement of green building and neighborhood design, construction, operations and maintenance. Using these marketdriven tools that encourage green building practices, project teams can design and build high performance, healthier and environmentally responsible projects. This workshop will provide an introduction to green buildings and includes an overview of the U.S. Green Building Council and LEED rating systems. Participants will gain an introductory understanding of sustainability basics, LEED principles, and other key components of sustainable building practices. An overview of the LEED categories and their prerequisites and credits will be provided, as well as the roles of project team members. LEED is a team effort. .

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Introduction to the US Green Building Council and the range of available LEED rating systems. Understand basic LEED concepts and principles. Overview of each LEED Credit Category: Integrative Process, Location and Transportation (LT), Sustainable Sites (SS), Water Efficiency (WE), Energy & Atmosphere (EA), Materials and Resources (MR), Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ), Innovation (IN) and Regional Priority (RP). Learn about LEED as a team process and the roles each member plays for a successful LEED project

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Anyone who wants to gain an exposure to LEED. No prior knowledge of LEED is required to attend the workshop. Stakeholders, owners, designers, contractors and others who hope to participate in a future LEED project.

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EARN A CERTIFICATE IN 1 SEMESTER! Project Management Certificate Program * BLENDED LEARNING * Construction Institute Certificate Programs are designed to provide industry members with basic knowledge and training in key industry areas to assist them to be more valuable and productive in their work and for their employer, as well as to advance their careers. Industry professionals who earn a certificate expand their knowledge of the industry while demonstrating the desire for professional growth. Certificate program participation offers discounted fees and is a notable addition to your résumé or portfolio. We have certificate programs in Construction Management, Project Management and Facilities Management.

Principles of Project Management

Project Communications Management

ONLINE starts Sept. 19, 2018 IN-PERSON Sept. 26, 2018 8:30-11:30AM

ONLINE starts Oct. 3, 2018 IN-PERSON Oct. 10, 2018 8:30-11:30AM

Project Management Certificate Requirement

This introductory workshop will include an overview of the required skills necessary to be a successful project manager for today’s modern-day design/construction practitioner and will focus on the core competencies required to meet these everyday challenges.

This workshop will help project managers assess their project communication needs, plan for meeting those needs, and effectively communicate project status and forecasts throughout the project life-cycle.

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During the Fall of 2018, the Construction Institute’s Professional Education Program will offer the popular Project Management Certificate Program in a BLENDED LEARNING format. The blended learning format will incorporate a combination of web-based learning modules with shorter, in-person sessions. This will allow participants to work through most of the training at their own pace and according to their own schedule. It will also reduce the amount of time away from the office or work site ... perfect for busy professionals!

Interested in pursuing a Certificate in Project Management? Earn your CI Project Management Certificate in one semester!

REGISTER NOW FOR FALL 2018! Principles of Project Management Online learning starts September 19, 2018 In-person session September 26, 2018

Project Communications Management Online learning starts October 3, 2018 In-person session October 10, 2018

Project Scope Management Online learning starts October 17, 2018 In-person session October 24, 2018

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Project Scope Management

Project Management Certificate Requirement

ONLINE starts Oct. 17, 2018 IN-PERSON Oct. 24, 2018 8:30-11:30AM Participants will gain the skills & knowlege required to gather requirements, accurately define project scope that details all work components and learn the elements involved in verifying key project deliverables as well as detect variances from the scope baseline and recommend corrective action during design, bid phase and construction.

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Online learning starts October 31, 2018 In-person session November 7, 2018 •

Online learning starts November 14, 2018 In-person session November 28, 2018

Management of Legal Exposures Online learning starts December 5, 2018 In-person session December 12, 2018


Discussion of today’s project management delivery systems. Discussion of the many disciplines needed to manage projects competently. Discussion of the technologies needed in order to manage projects efficiently. Focus on the core competencies required to meet everyday project management challenges.

Michael Schrier University of CT Planning Architecture

Budget Management

Project Schedule Management

Project Management Certificate Requirement

Define project scope & translate it into a complete set of construction documents. Learn how a project work plan provides understanding among stakeholders, enables the team to perform project planning in defining criteria, project goals, expectations & minimize change. Understand that change is inevitable due to owner-driven changes, scope deficiencies & changes that result from insufficient construction documents. Discuss scope creep, how project managers analyze each request and communicate the impact & alternatives.

Michael Schrier University of CT Planning Architecture ----------------

Learning Objectives

Learn how Project Communication Management fits within the PM body of knowledge and the nine knowledge areas. Discuss the importance of identifying key stakeholders and their potential impact on project success. Demonstrate the process of defining a communication approach and making information available to all stakeholders. Identify key stakeholder expectations and the process of managing those expectations.

Michael Schrier University of CT Planning Architecture

Budget Management: Managing Project Costs

Project Management Certificate Requirement

ONLINE starts Oct. 31, 2018 IN-PERSON Nov. 7, 2018 8:30-10:30AM The first step in successfully managing a project's costs is to develop a budget that realistically reflects the costs required to execute the project. This workshop will cover how to create master budget projects that identify all hard and soft costs to ensure your project cost reflects a complete number.

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Learn how to control project costs to ensure you meet the budget. Learn what are the right contingencies to carry from initiation through planning & design. Discuss the tools needed to develop reliable cost estimates working upward from the project's work activities. Use the schedule as a management tool. Discuss costs for construction, consulting fees, operations, move management, contingency allowances.

James McManus, Chairman Emeritus The S/L/A/M Collaborative ----------------


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTORS Mark Adams, MS, MBA, PMP, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Clifford Ashton, PE, CFM, SFP, UConn Health Center Roy Cooper, ARCADIS Patrick Donovan, ARCADIS Jay Drew, CFM, PMP, SFP, CT General Assembly Robert J. Falaguerra, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center Brian Goodreau, ARCADIS Nancy Greenwald, Construction Institute, University of Hartford

Project Schedule Management

Management of Legal Exposures

ONLINE starts Nov. 14, 2018 IN-PERSON Nov. 28, 2018 8:30-11:30AM

ONLINE starts Dec. 5, 2018 IN-PERSON Dec. 12, 2018 8:30-10:30AM

Project Management Certificate Requirement

Meeting the varied scheduling needs of those involved in a construction project may be the most difficult challenge we will face as we create and manage a project schedule. The project schedule must be presented in a format that clearly communicates the project goals to multiple entities. This workshop leads participants through a hands-on application based learning exercise using an example project that reflects the challenges we face when scheduling a project.

Every project participant makes decisions that have potential legal ramifications and resultant additional costs. This workshop, with an attorney and claims consultant as instructors, will show participants how early knowledge of potential problems is the price of success.

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Nick Jones, Eversource Energy David Jacobs, MS, PE, University of Hartford James McManus, Chairman Emeritus, The S/L/A/M Collaborative

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Discuss the scheduler and the tools used to create an effective schedule. Discuss contractual issues to be considered when developing and managing a project schedule. Become aware of common schedule manipulation tricks and ploys. Use the schedule as a management tool to be proactive in avoiding potential delays and react to changes. Learn to identify delays, accelerate a schedule and create a recovery.

Gregory Faulkner, Robinson & Cole LLP

Thomas G. Librizzi, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP

Brian Goodreau and Patrick Donovan ARCADIS

Robert Reihl, CHC, CIM, LEED AP, A/Z Corporation Beth Richards, University of Hartford Michael Schrier, University of CT Planning Architecture Jonathan VanDine, Building Performance Engineering

Project Management Certificate Requirement

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Review of potential legal issues which may result from missteps. Review case law examples, which will serve as foundation for explanation of a variety of construction related issues. Discuss the importance of considering legal hurdles before making decisions, issuing RFI's, making promises or demanding compliance. Raise the level of knowledge of all attendees to enable their subsequent identification of legal problems before the damage is done.

Roy Cooper, ARCADIS and Gregory Faulkner, Robinson & Cole LLP ----------------


2018-2019 PROGRAM SEASON What You Need to Know: Economic Development in Our Urban Hubs October 4, 2018

How to be an AEC Leader in the 21st Century November 15, 2018

Construction Institute workshop sessions are taught by experienced professionals in the A/E/C Industry. If you would like to share your knowledge and expertise on a particular topic, please join us as a CI instructor! For more information, please contact: • •

Nancy Greenwald, Executive Director - Laura Eldredge, Professional Development Program Manager -

The Women Who Build February 21, 2019

Fairfield Country Owners' Forum March 28, 2019

10th Annual Visionaries Forum April 11, 2019




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Fall 2018 Construction Institute Professional Development Brochure  

Construction Institute, University of Hartford offers workshops for Construction, Design and Facilities Management Professionals to provide...

Fall 2018 Construction Institute Professional Development Brochure  

Construction Institute, University of Hartford offers workshops for Construction, Design and Facilities Management Professionals to provide...