Construction Project Start-Up and Early Requirements Seminar
This webinar addresses the processes, the systems, the people, and the strategies that are at the heart of successful project start-ups.
Project start-up is one of the most challenging aspects of the project life cycle for many construction firms. The amount of money, time, and advantage that can be lost during pre-construction and mobilization activities can be astounding. Often there is little hope for recovery. While there are many things beyond our control during this critical process, there are many more that should be within the control of our project team. This short webinar addresses the processes, the systems, the people, and the strategies that are at the heart of successful project start-ups.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Understanding project requirements
- Aligning your company’s systems to project requirements
- Early phase checklists
- Integration, cooperation, collaboration, communication strategies
Learning Objectives / Outcomes
Upon completion participants will:
- Know how to recognize bottlenecks
- Know how to create project-specific start-up checklists
- Know who and how to engage in early project strategy development
- Have more confidence to collaborate through the process
About the Instructors
Paul Stout, Director of Education Development (Power Summit)
Paul is the founder and Director of Education Development for Power Summit a national training company. His understanding of the construction process, vast experience and dynamic presentation skills enables him to write and present seminar material with authority and conviction. Paul Stout is a construction project manager, estimator, LEED Accredited Professional, facilitator and seminar instructor bringing more than twenty-three years of practical, hands-on construction experience to the arena. Since 1999, Paul has presented or facilitated more than 500 construction training seminars and workshops in 60 US cities spanning 22 states and internationally in Guam and Djibouti.