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Recertification for School Project Designers and Owner's Project Managers

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

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

Class date:
November 24, 2020

Class registration closes November 10, 2020
Blackboard login information will be emailed to registrants

Time:
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Credits
Class participants may earn 7 AIA credits or 7 MCPPO credits

Cost
$550

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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