Integrated Project Management: Reduce Risks, Increase Collaboration, and Ensure Scalable Project Success

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  • Integrated Project Management
    A Risk-Reducing Project Delivery Method Emphasizing Collaboration, Accountability and Control

    February 23 - March 4, 2022
    5 sessions live online

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Dates: February 23, 25, 28, March 2, 4, 2022
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm EDT
Location: ONLINE
CEUs: 12.5 AIA LUs, 12.5 AICP/CM, 12.5 LA/CES
AMDP Elective Units: 2
Tuition: $1,900

Program Description

Project Management is a core skill for all Project Disciplines. In today’s competitive, variable and changing environment, delivering projects successfully require a collaborative, whole team approach. While Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), LEAN Construction, and other delivery methods have their merits, an alternate scalable and adaptable approach is needed for everyday projects. This online program will address the need for holistic, effective, and efficient Project Management and leadership, to effectively manage resources, manage the consultant team and manage contractors, through a transparent process, to complete Project within budget and on schedule. Our distinguished instructors will facilitate an interactive, online learning approach and explore these issues through lectures and case studies of real projects. They will also address how COVID-19 has affected project management and the A/E/C industry as a whole.

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There hasn't been a period in the construction industry's history where management of one's particular discipline wasn't an important skill for every successful architect, planner, consultant, contractor, or project owner. The contribution of the construction industry in our economy and its role in promoting growth is undisputed. The same stands true for the need to raise standards and improve the construction industry's operating efficiency: all projects need to be delivered on time, within budget, and at a high-quality standard to bring the needed benefit to the environment and society at large. Resource and budgetary constraints, together with innovation in software and technology, demonstrate even more the need for a broader, collaborative, holistic, effective, and efficient administration management and leadership team of projects by a Project Advocate. The need for a comprehensive approach to the management of the project across all phases through a timely Integrated Project Management approach is now more essential than ever.

In this online program, participants gain an understanding of the basic and more advanced issues, tools, and concepts of an Integrated Project Management approach. Examples are drawn from public and private projects at many scales, from the individual building to the mixed-use community development. Both US and international projects are addressed, identifying in each case the unique challenges and opportunities.

Key topics include the typical project life cycle and its key stages; the various project delivery methods and how to decide which one suits your needs; how to define and manage roles and responsibilities of all entities involved in a project; and effective delivery of all project stages, including feasibility, project implementation plan and strategy, selection of consultants and contractors, the RFP process, responsibilities for pre- and post-schematic phases of design, shop drawings, total project scheduling and budgeting, subcontractor involvement in the design process, value engineering, handling of the general contractor, construction administration, BIM implications and responsibilities, environmental issues, and management of risk and uncertainty.

Course - Who Should Attend - Integrated Project Management

Who Should Attend

Architects, planners, engineers, contractors, facility managers, project managers, and building owners and developers.

Course - Learning Objectives - Integrated Project Management

Learning Objectives

  • Master key project management principles.
  • Manage the project life cycle and key project delivery methods (IPD, LEAN, Design Build).
  • Achieve total project scheduling and budgeting. Recognize risks and uncertainties and master their effective management process.
  • Establish solid foundations and select high-performing teams (pre-qualification, RFP, comparison matrix).
  • Realize alignment of roles and responsibilities for all players.
  • Motivate teams on concept, strategies, tools, and project implementation.
  • Direct team and sub-team management and leadership.
  • Collaborate and learn effectively through in-class workshops and interactive simulations.
  • Interactive, hands-on approach to learning as key to course success.
  • Respond to how COVID-19 has affected the industry.

Course - Instructor - Andreas Georgoulias

Director of Sustainability and Risk, Environmental Financial Consulting Group, LLC.
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Senior Project Manager, AMA Project Management
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Course - Instructor - Anthony Mason

President, AMA Project Management
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Integrated Project Management
Dates: February 23, 25, 28, March 2, 4, 2022
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm EDT
Location: ONLINE
AMDP Elective Units: 2
CEUs: 12.5 AIA LUs, 12.5 AICP/CM, 12.5 LA/CES
Tuition: $1,900

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