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Scheduling Workshop

Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, Project Engineers, and Project Coordinators will all benefit from this workshop in learning all the different types of schedules used in construction, their benefits, and challenges along with how to optimize their uses.

October 25, 2024 (Fri)
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Virtual Training

Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, Project Engineers, and Project Coordinators will all benefit from this workshop in learning all the different types of schedules used in construction, their benefits, and challenges along with how to optimize their uses.

Participants will learn the following from this workshop:

  • The basics of reading a CPM schedule, analyze logic, critical path, and float as well as how to break it down into a mechanical only schedule for manpower loading, documentation, equipment delivers and installation planning
  • How to build and manage a commissioning/project closeout schedule including controls installation progress monitoring
  • Pull planning basics, how to run a pull planning meeting and best applications (design progress schedule, overall construction, and commissioning/project closeout schedules)
  • Best uses for short interval planning schedules
  • How to analyze and create a mutually agreeable BIM coordination schedule
  • Common schedule terms and definitions along with schedule specific contract language to include and schedule specific contract language to avoid

About the Instructors

Troy Aichele
Troy Aichele, Mechanical Contractor, Instructor, Consultant (Aichele & Associates, LLC)

Troy has spent 30 years in the mechanical construction industry, with extensive experience in office buildings, high-rise, hospitality, hospitals, casinos, and schools in both remodel and new construction environments.  Troy is recognized as an effective team builder as well as a leader is business and sales planning, scheduling, cost-control, design, constructability, value engineering, and labor productivity.  Troy expediently problem solves with personnel from field workers, contractors, engineers, architects, accountants, purchasing, insurance and bonding agents, auditors, and developers on large scale projects that differ in teams, schedule, location, and design.

While Troy was growing his career as a mechanical contractor, he pursued his passion to contribute to both local and national mechanical affiliations and contribute to the education and training of current and future mechanical contractors.  To serve the former, Troy served on Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) Board of Directors, John R. Gentille Foundation (formally MCERF) Board of Trustees and as a Chairman of the MCAA’s Career Development Committee overseeing more than 60 student chapters in North America and managing the annual National Student Chapter Competition.

Awards

2010, 2012 and 2018 Mechanical Contractors of Western Washington (MCAWW) Educator of the Year

Publications

How to Perform a Commercial Building Water Audit (2016)
Employee Reviews – MCAA Management Methods Bulletin (2016)
Water Auditing Master Series (3-Part Webcast) – Forester University (2013)
Calculating Payback Periods for Water Efficiency Upgrades – FacilitiesNet (2013)

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