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This live webinar is intended to provide you with best practices to estimate costs and produce bids for successful and profitable construction projects. Topics include: selecting which packages to bid, methods of cost estimating, where bid estimate information comes from, how bids are assembled, how bid schedules are an essential part of the process, the role of parametric estimating, and bid estimate checking and evaluation.

6/12/2014
When: 6/12/2014
1:00 PM
Where: Online Webinar
Presenter: Richard D. Smith, PE, CCP

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This webinar is approved for 1.5 CPD Credits.  Register through AIC and receive a 20% Discount.

This live webinar is intended to provide you with best practices to estimate costs and produce bids for successful and profitable construction projects. Topics include: selecting which packages to bid, methods of cost estimating, where bid estimate information comes from, how bids are assembled, how bid schedules are an essential part of the process, the role of parametric estimating, and bid estimate checking and evaluation.

Learning objectives:
- You will be able to discuss the pre-bid phase.

- You will be able to explain bid development

- You will be able to review parametric estimating.

- You will be able to discuss estimate checking and evaluation.

Richard D. Smith P.E., CCP

Richard D. Smith Consultants, Inc.

  • Has more than 40 years of experience in the planning and execution of major programs and projects up to $68 billion in cost

  • Skilled in developing feasibility studies, conceptual and detailed design planning and management, project controls management, conceptual and detailed estimating, claims analysis and dispute resolution services for a broad range of construction projects

  • His work has centered on pursuing and winning projects involving government facilities, schools and colleges, fire stations, heavy civil remediation, airports/aerospace, industrial facilities, mining, transportation, power generation and distribution, pipelines, refineries and petrochemical/process facilities

  • Experience includes bidding and negotiating new work, project development, construction management, financial analysis, engineering-procurement-construction management (EPCM), engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and construction management (CM) at risk, estimating, planning and scheduling and conceptual design

  • Has written and presented on numerous topics relating to his areas of expertise

  • M.B.A. degree, University of Chicago; M.S. degree in civil engineering/structures, University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree in civil engineering, University of Wisconsin

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