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School Project Designers and Owner's Project Managers Recertification - OIG Academy Class

The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) requires designers and owner’s project managers on school projects to renew their certification every three years.

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Overview

To meet MSBA’s requirement for recertification, the OIG Academy has added this 1-day class. More municipalities are also requiring designers and owner’s project managers to have this certification before undertaking public construction projects within their city or town.

Class dates: No session.

Credits: 7

Cost: $550

  • Registration closes two weeks before the class start date.
  • AIA credit eligible. 

Topics

  • Design and construction law: review and statutory changes
  • Recent court cases and opinions from the Office of the Attorney General
  • Changes to MSBA regulations
  • Key practices for successful MSBA collaborations
  • Contract administration required for MSBA funding, such as: change-order approval, monthly reporting to MSBA, schedule monitoring, and evaluations
  • Case studies

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Date published: July 22, 2023
Last updated: May 22, 2024

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