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Construction Project Life Cycle and Risk Management
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This seminar will provide construction intelligence to assist you in expediting the funding process, improving your company’s reputation, and ultimately, increasing your profitability!

 Export to Your Calendar 10/13/2016
When: Thursday, October 13, 2016
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST
Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Overland Park - Ballroom - Seattle II
10100 College Boulevard
Overland Park, Kansas  66210
United States
Contact: Lisa Noll
602- 714-1667

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This Seminar is AIC accredited and approved for 8 CPD Credits.


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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

 

This seminar is geared for everyone involved in the preconstruction and construction stages of the Real Estate Life Cycle, who appreciate intelligent management of risks. This seminar will delve into more of the details in re-gards to the entire process from the initial preconstruction stage to project closeout.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

 

Real estate requirements on construction projects have become more strin-gent over recent years. Having a universal language understood by all par-ties can avoid unnecessary delays in the funding process, and aid in manag-ing the risk. This seminar will provide construction intelligence to assist you in expediting the funding process, improving your company’s reputation, and ultimately, increasing your profitability!

 

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

 

 What red flags to be aware of during the preconstruction stage.
 A review of the various types of construction contracts and what the advantages and disadvantages are with each.
 Loan Documentation versus the Construction Contract - How these items should correlate and what to be aware of.
 How to develop timely and accurate construction draw documentation, including hard and soft costs.
 What the function and importance are for each of the typically required
documents.
 How to set expectations for all stakeholders.
 How to identify project issues and red flags early on in the construction process.
 Lien waiver laws and why this document is important.
 Off-site stored material requirements and issues.
 Change order requirements and issues.

 

 

The afternoon session will include a Risk Management Discussion Panel where prominent lenders and developers will discuss their different view points on risk management throughout the Construction Project Life Cycle. The panel will take questions from the audience.

 

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