A course for the important individuals assisting project managers.
Explore construction management
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
The Project Coordinator is an integral member of the construction team. This person must be organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle project documents, contracts, progress reports, and closeout documents. This program offers project coordinators and office support staff the ability to enhance their skillsets and operational understanding in project life cycles, plans and specifications, organization and team collaboration.
Dates: March 16 – April 27, 2023
Course Session Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Registration Fee: $1,500 for the first registrant from an ABC-member company; $1,200 for each additional registrant; each individual class is $299 per person.
*Registration deadline is March 11, 2023
Where: ABC of Wisconsin, 5330 Wall St., Madison, WI
Who Should Enroll:
Assistant Project Coordinators
Day 1 – Introduction to Project Coordination – Jenna Milis
Participants will receive a high-level overview of the construction industry and understand their role on the construction management team.
Day 2 – Working with Construction Documents – Gretchen Bockenhauer
Through work and review of construction documents, participants will gain an understanding of the requirements for an entire project.
Day 3 – Communication, Negotiating, & Time Management – Mike Somers
Communicating and negotiating with others are keys to achieving outstanding results. This session will explore communication models that positively impact negotiation practices.
Day 4 – Plan & Spec Reading – Gary Roehrig
Participants will discuss common terminology and symbols used in construction documents and will work through a set of construction plans and specifications.
Day 5 – Construction Law/Breachless Execution – Josh Levy
This session will discuss the concept of breachless contract and will introduce contract basics and terminology.
Day 6 – Project Delivery – Jim Bunkelman
This session will help participants discover why projects go wrong, examine the science of production, and learn how to efficiently plan and maintain your projects.