BuildSmart Program: Construction Quality & the Cost of Rework
This session is tailored for professionals who strive to overcome the staffing challenges in the construction industry that directly impact public works project success. Improve project outcomes, and lead your teams to a future where quality and efficiency are at the forefront.
Join the Associated General Contractors of California’s BuildSmart session “Manpower Matters: Impact of Insufficient Contractor Staffing on Public Works.
- Improve Project Delivery: Understand the critical relationship between manpower and public works project outcomes.
- Enhance Quality Control: Learn strategies to maintain high-quality standards despite staffing challenges.
- Reduce Costs: Discover how proper staffing levels can significantly reduce the necessity and costs associated with rework.
- Format: Virtual Training Session (Details provided upon registration.)
- Duration: 1 Hour
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About the Instructors
Johnny Gayman, Engineering Manager San Bernardino County Department of Public Works Permits Division. In this role, Johnny manages the Permits Division for all encroachments in the County Maintained Road System and Flood Control right-of-way. Drawing on 23 years’ experience in both the public and private sector of Civil Engineering, with a background in construction as a Resident Engineer, project manager in Flood Control Design, Solid Waste Management and permitting, Johnny is assisting cities, developers, utility agencies, and the private homeowner obtain permits to construct projects within the County right-of-ways.
A big believer in developing and maintaining public infrastructure, Johnny supports clear communication to facilitate expedited plan reviews and effective customer service.
Johnny is a Licensed Professional Engineer and has a Bachelor of Science from California State University Long Beach in Civil Engineering.
Andy Silao has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly Pomona, licensed as a professional engineer in the State, and over 20 years of engineering experience in both private and with San Bernardino County Department Public Works (SBCDPW). He is the Division Chief for Contracts Division that is responsible for the advertisement, award, and administration of SBCDPW Transportation Division and Flood Control District construction projects.
Samuel Nicorici received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly Pomona, licensed as a professional engineer in the State and over 10 years of engineering experience in both private and with San Bernardino County Department Public Works (SBCDPW). He is an Resident Engineer for Contracts Division that is responsible for the advertisement, award, and administration of SBCDPW Transportation Division and Flood Control District construction projects.