AIA 1.5 LU
Mass. CSL 1.5 hours Business Practice
4.5 credit-hour packets available from PHIUS, RESNET, and Mass. CSL
- Understand why it is critical to be able to successfully execute project management from a remote location. Between technological innovation in the construction industry, venture capital disruptors, Covid-19's societal transformation, and the need to reduce our carbon footprint, remote project management will continue to play an ever-larger role in our work.
- Reduce risk for the project as a whole, meaning both less personal risk and less risk for the client, ultimately improving the experience for all team members.
- Learn the various leverage points to ensure compliance and/or design intent throughout a project, from project setup and early design through construction. Design and presentation tools for showing design concepts remotely / digitally, construction document clarity and organization, verbal and digital communication, translating standards and methods from one jurisdiction to another, forecasting, feedback loops, online management platforms, CA Plans, local team members, certification requirements, and current and upcoming technology.
- Evaluate what clients or other team members understand about the design and CA process, how to educate the client about the process, how to convey the standard of care for a successful project, and how to build consensus, set expectations and manage accountability to improve cooperation and satisfaction among all team members.