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Too often, the schedule is treated as an administrative requirement. The objective of this webinar is to show you that a properly prepared and updated project schedule is much more than the completion of a check box. They are the planning tool essential to ensuring that your project is completed early...

This webinar will show participants how to prepare a good schedule for a construction project. It will start by ensuring that participants understand the terminology of scheduling. It will then show participants step-by-step how to put together a Critical Path Method schedule, how to analyze the schedule...

The project schedule and its updates and revisions are the schedules for the entire project, not just the contractor's work. This means that a schedule prepared by the contractor needs to be submitted to the owner. The owner then needs to review and approve the schedule. This webinar will focus on approaches...

A schedule is of little value if it's not updated accurately and regularly. This webinar will provide a step-by-step process for preparing, submitting, reviewing, commenting on, and, ultimately, approving a project schedule update. The webinar will focus on ensuring that updates are submitted timely...

Schedules are the tool we use to quantify delays to the project. This webinar will show you how to analyze and quantify delays on your project using the contract and industry best practices. It will also show you why some common analytical techniques are flawed and should be avoided. The goal of the...

The analysis of concurrent delays is a particularly vexing problem in the world of schedule analysis and dispute resolution. The focus of this course will be on helping participants understand the types of concurrent delay. It will also show participants how to analyze concurrent delays and resolve disputes...

Nearly every construction project experiences some sort of delay. The difficulty in evaluating delays on construction projects is determining whether the contractor is actually due a time extension for a particular delay. This webinar will identify the key components of both construction contracts and...

This presentation will be an informal discussion on the various cutting edges used in snow and ice removal as well as other potential specialty usage. The main equipment that will be discussed is: snow plow trucks and components, motor graders and loaders. This presentation will dig into the various...

This presentation will feature Scott Windley of the U.S. Access Board. Joining this presentation will be Juliet Shoultz, P.E. also with the Access Board. This presentation will discuss the importance of pedestrian access for all. The Americans with Disabilities Act will be discussed and how to interpret...

Roadway construction and maintenance activities can temporarily close sidewalks and crosswalks. Similarly, utility work, sidewalk repairs, building construction and other activities also affect sidewalks and crosswalks. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Public Rights-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines...

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