Project Management for Design Professionals

Registration Eligibility
Open to all. You must preregister.
Start Date
03/16/2021
End Date
03/17/2021
Description
Project management is the planning, coordination and control of a project, from inception to completion. The goal of the practitioner is to meet the client’s requirements in order to produce a functionally and financially viable product that will be completed on-time within established cost parameters and adhering to required quality standards. Attendees will become familiarized with a number of key concepts, needed for successful project management.
This session covers:
Life-cycle cost
Project initiation & scope development
Planning/organization
Communications
Cost estimating & cost control
Quality assurance
Managing risk
Changes in Scope
Project Closeout
Location
Plainview, NY
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Project Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
8.0
Learning Outcomes

1. Describe how successfully manage construction projects that can positively effect the environment.
2. Create energy-efficient edifices, which are beneficial to the health of building occupants.
3. Describe how the use of life-cycle analysis can help the entire ecosystem. A-only
4. Master the art of running a successful construction project from initiation to closeout.
5. Understand different critical path methods available. B-only
Instructors
Ha Yeung (Henry) Yu, P.E., LEED Green Associate
Website Registration
Course Codes
428MNG
Provider
DPC Continuing Education, Inc.


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