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Construction Management at-Risk Under M.G.L. c. 149A

This 1-day class is designed for procurement officials who do not specialize in managing public construction projects.

Attendees will learn about the legal requirements of Chapter 149A, the roles of major participants, sources of risk, and best practices for effectively managing CM-at-risk projects. Prior completion of Design and Construction Contracting is recommended, but not required.

  • Prerequisite: None
  • Class Level: Basic
  • Instructional Method: Group-Live
  • Advanced Prep: None

Class dates and locations:
 

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Credits
Class participants may earn 6 CPE credits or may qualify for 6 PDPs

Cost
$200 per participant

Topics

Topics covered include:

  • Comparing CM at-risk projects with design-bid-build projects
  • Reviewing the two-phase procurement processes for selecting the CM at-risk firm and trade contractors
  • Examining the roles of the owner’s project manager, designer and CM at-risk firm
  • Contracting and monitoring requirements for CM at-risk contracts

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