The Construction Institute has developed a series of presentations for those who need to understand the answer to the question “What does it take to actually get a building built?”. Our Construction 101 workshop series has been specially developed to give decision makers the information they need to make informed choices about their construction projects and to help marketing, communications, and business development professionals gain the knowledge they need to increase their effectiveness and to take their careers to the next level.
If you are new to the industry, less familiar with the other disciplines involved, part of a facility management team, or involved in administration, marketing or business development, within or supporting the Architectural/ Engineering/Construction world - this series is for you!
What are the phases of a design project? – How are costs projected and tracked throughout? How do the Architect, Cost Estimator, Construction Manager and Owner collaborate in each phase?
In this session we will explain in detail the various phases of delivering a project from conceptualization to close-out. Each of the experienced panelists will describe their individual roles and how they collaborate to see a project through to its completion.
Phases that will be covered in this session will include:
TO REGISTER: University of Hartford faculty, staff, and students can attend this Construction Institute workshop at a DISCOUNTED RATE. Download the flyer or click here to register online.
Contact Laura Eldredge or call x5869 if you have any questions or for more information.