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Management Education

To register please contact Kim Jalalian at (414) 778-4100 or kjalalian@agc-gm.org.

Right to Work has been the law in Wisconsin for over a year, but many questions persist regarding its implementation. Through his experience, Attorney Kamin will interpret the components of the law, explain the state of pending court challenges, and offer tips on how to stay compliant. 

Event date 11-01-2016 8:00 am
Event End Date 11-01-2016 9:00 am
Location AGC Milwaukee

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

To register please contact Kim Jalalian at kjalalian@agc-gm.org or 414-778-4100.

Unit 6: Lean Design and Pre-construction is a half-day, instructor-led course that introduces you to the concepts of value-based management, lean in the design process and relational contracting. The course is divided into three sessions:
Session 1 – Defining Design
Session 2 – Applying Lean in Design
Session 3 – Contractors in Design

Following this course, participants will be able to:

· Distinguish between the varying definitions for design.
· Define value and commonly used methods to maximize it.
· Discuss waste and commonly used methods to minimize it.
· Differentiate between traditional project methods and lean design.
· Explain the various lean tools used in design and how to deploy them.

Event date 11-17-2016 8:00 am
Event End Date 11-17-2016 12:00 pm
Location AGC Milwaukee

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Corp. G.C. - $150, Associate - $270, *CBA's - $300, Non-Affiliated IAP - $450

To pay by credit card please contact Kim Jalalian at (414) 778-4100.

This course covers understanding how project estimates are compiled, how to compare actual project costs with those estimated and how to control costs to meet the estimate. This course also details how productivity is measured, how the supervisor plays a major role in increasing jobsite productivity and how a small increase in productivity can have a significant impact on the time and cost of a project.

Unit 5 explores:

• Construction estimates
• Who controls project costs
• Reporting and analyzing actual costs
• Planning for cost control
• Labor cost variances
• Working with project partners
• Managing risk and loss potentials
• Cost control strategies
• Project-cost evaluation
• Benchmarking construction productivity
• Improving productivity through pre-planning
• New skills for effective supervision
• Personnel management
• Equipment management for productivity improvement
• Jobsite productivity, planning and scheduling
• Quantifying labor cost productivity
• Record keeping, control, changes, and defect analysis

Event date 12-05-2016 4:30 pm
Event End Date 12-14-2016 7:30 pm
Location AGC Milwaukee

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

 

To register please contact Kim Jalalian at kjalalian@agc-gm.org or 414-778-4100.

Lean Construction challenges all project stakeholders to develop and apply better ways to manage the overall construction process. Unit 2 will describe the Lean Problem Solving Process and illustrate how to use tools to solve problems in a lean manner.

Following this course, participants will be able to:

· Define the difference between traditional and lean problem solving.
· Describe how to create a team environment to solve problems.
· Explain how to create trust to avoid problems.
· Describe Observation Walks.
· Identify root causes of problems.

 

Event date 12-07-2016 8:00 am
Event End Date 12-07-2016 2:00 pm
Location AGC Milwaukee

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

To register please contact Kim Jalalian at (414) 778-4100 or kjalalian@agc-gm.org.

This program will provide the essentials of what every project manager and contractor administrator should know about the A201 Contract and how to use the contract to avoid disputes. Discussion will include the review of the standard AIA language, documentation requirements and notices, explanation of key definitions, issues to consider with each project, and the Architect’s role and authority. 

Event date 12-13-2016 2:00 pm
Event End Date 12-13-2016 4:00 pm
Location AGC Milwaukee

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