CMAA San Diego February 11, 2021 webinar Green Light - Yellow Light - Red Light "Identifying and Dealing with a Problematic Contractor Within the Built Environment"

    February 11, 2021
    12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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    Green Light - Yellow Light - Red Light "Identifying and Dealing with a Problematic Contractor Within the Built Environment"

    Construction is a dynamic and risky business. If you are involved in the industry, like it or not, a part of your job is that of risk manager. Many project challenges are textbook and identifiable, but what do you do when you have to work with a problematic or even failing contractor? The stakes are high, and the outcome can often depend on how well you manage these risks proactively or retroactively. This session will walk through the stages of a typical project where a problematic contractor or sub-contractor might impact the successful outcome of the project.

    1. Tell-Tale Signs - The Warnings – Pre-Construction
    2. Early Identification of a problem during the contract
    3. Mitigate the Problem Within the Contract
    4. Global Thermal Nuclear War - Defending the claim

     

    Speakers       

    Charles Montgomery (Construction Claims Manager)
    As an industry veteran covering nearly four decades, Charles Montgomery has served as a project superintendent, project manager, a Surety Claims Manager, and a Division Claims Manager of an ENR 200 General Contractor. In addition to Charles’ vast experience in the construction field, he has also been qualified as an expert witness in both State and Federal courts and has provided deposition testimony in over 150 cases. Charles continues to provide litigation support services to the legal, insurance and contracting communities.

    Tom Huntington (Partner)
    Thomas Huntington is a Senior Project Scheduler and Construction Delay Claim Analyst with 18 years of experience in Heavy Civil, Industrial and Commercial Construction. Prior to becoming a Construction Scheduler and Principal Partner of Capo Projects Group, Tom was a Project Engineer and a Project Manager for General Contractors and Engineering Firms.

    CEUs are offered and issued by the AIA and are applicable to AIA and CMCI credentials.

    Sponsorships are available for this event.  

    Registration Policy: Payments must be made at the time of registration online. Cancellations must be given the Friday before the event to [email protected] No-Shows and Cancellations made after this time will not be refunded.  You may send a replacement but be sure to email [email protected] at least 24 hours before the event with replacements name and email.

    Tickets

    $45.00 CMAA Members

    $75.00 Non-Members

    $45.00 CMAA Guest of a member