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Webinar: Construction Scheduling & Project Management - Part 1

Date: February 19 & 26, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Online

Register Today!  Registration provided by the Southern CO SBDC. If you need to register multiple people or are having trouble registering, please call (719) 549-3245.

Schedules are the backbone for success in the construction industry. Whether you're the prime or subcontractor on a project, you need to know how to schedule and control your portion of the project to ensure it's delivered on time and budget without compromising quality.

This FREE 4-hour webinar is divided into two Friday sessions that will help you develop an effective construction schedule and ensure you work the schedule so the project runs smoothly.

  • Part 1 (February 19, 10am-12pm): Planning & Developing an Effective Project Schedule. This will give you a bird's eye view of a construction schedule and how subcontractors can increase their productivity and efficiency with proper schedule planning. Don't get behind schedule by not knowing how to create and manage a great project schedule!
  • Part 2 (February 26, 10am-12pm): Working Your Schedule and Managing Your Project. This session will help you understand how to use your project schedule to manage your project as you proceed through the activities to keep the project running smoothly. We'll cover how to identify and deal with pitfalls that can throw you off course and how to get back on track for on-time and on-budget delivery. Watch for a different webinar link for this session.
Who Should Attend?

Small businesses and subcontractors in the construction industry who need to understand how to develop and manage a schedule that fits within the overall big picture of the project.

Instructor:

Rex Davis is the owner of Rex Davis & Associates and a Connect2DOT consultant. He has worked in the construction industry for decades as part of the labor and management forces, working up through an apprenticeship program to becoming a project manager before starting his own business. He is an expert in estimating, scheduling, and construction management and offers workshops all across the country to help both small and large businesses become more competitive and successful in the industry.

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