Lorman offers professional resources regarding COVID-19 and remote working best practices.  Learn more

Show navigation

Slide Deck

46 Slides available anytime
  • 46 Slides

How To Prevent Construction Projects From Going Bad

 

Identify key elements of the construction process so that you can keep your project pointed toward success.

Identify key elements of the construction process so that you can keep your project pointed toward success. This topic focuses on actions you can take to keep your project pointed toward success. It addresses the steps that can and should be taken to help anticipate, identify, and manage the problems inherent in the construction process.
This topic is intended to benefit those who want to have a better understanding of the pitfalls of the construction process and how to meet them head on. It will provide a summary level discussion of the aspects of construction that can often lead to a bad project and of the fundamentals necessary to implement a successful project.
Topic areas will include a discussion on defining success and how to plan for it from both the perspective of the owner and the contractor, ways to manage risk through key contract provisions and project management tools, and how the surety's ability to perform may be affected by the actions of the parties during the construction process.

View Slides

More Program Information

How To Prevent Construction Projects From Going Bad

Agenda

View Slides

More Program Information

How To Prevent Construction Projects From Going Bad

Faculty

Bill Haydt, Esq.

Bill Haydt, Esq.

Trauner Consulting Services, Inc.

  • Director and shareholder at Trauner Consulting Services, Inc.
  • Qualified in federal court as an expert in construction scheduling and delay analysis
  • Expertise lies in the areas of construction claims preparation and evaluation, development and review of critical path method (CPM) schedules, delay analysis, training, and dispute resolution
  • Provided CPM scheduling services to contractors and owners on a variety of projects, including bridge, highway, educational, and hotel projects
  • Presented seminars, webinars, and construction claims related presentations for private firms and public agencies across the country
  • J.D. degree, Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law; B.A. degrees in civil engineering and in architectural engineering, Drexel University
  • Can be contacted at 215-814-6400 or [email protected]
View Slides

More Program Information

How To Prevent Construction Projects From Going Bad

All of your training, right here at Lorman.

Pay once and get a full year of unlimited training in any format, any time!

  • Live Webinars
  • OnDemand Webinars
  • MP3 Downloads
  • Course Manuals
  • Audio Recordings*
  • Executive Reports
  • White Papers and Articles
  • Sponsored Live Webinars

Additional benefits include:

  • State Specific Credit Tracker
  • Members Only Newsletter
  • All-Access Pass Course Concierge

* For audio recordings you only pay shipping

Questions? Call 877-296-2169 to speak with a real person.

Sign Up Today

Access to all training products for one year
$699/year

Unlimited Lorman Training

With the All-Access Pass there is no guessing what you will need for your yearly training budget. $699 will cover all of your training needs for an entire year!

Easy Registrations

Once you purchase your All-Access Pass you will never be any further than one-click away from attending any Lorman training course.

Invest in Yourself

You haven't gotten to where you are professionally by luck alone; it's taken a lot of hard work and training. Invest in yourself with the All-Access Pass.