Upcoming Events

Federal Publications Seminar – Construction Schedule Delays

April 20 – 21, 2020
Dallas, TX

Learn from the most published experts on schedule delay analysis methods in the industry. This course will follow the 1200-page treatise authored by two of the course instructors, W. Stephen Dale and CPMI’s Robert D’Onofrio – Construction Schedule Delays – a comprehensive guide to schedule delay and disruption.  The treatise bridges both the legal and technical aspects of the topic from an easy-to-understand, but detailed presentation of law and examples. In addition to addressing the major delay analysis methods in use today, the instructors will review legal aspects of other critical topics, such as basics of CPM scheduling, concurrent delay, constructive acceleration. The course also includes the most detailed publication on loss of productivity in the industry, with seven book chapters covering all major methods for evaluating loss of productivity, and the same case law ranking process for delay applied to disruption.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.

Forum on Construction Law 2020 Annual Meeting

April 22-24, 2020
Seattle, WA

We look forward to exhibiting as a platinum sponsor at the Annual Meeting, 20/20 Foresight: Effective Project Management & Strategies, which will be focused entirely on project management.

This program will explore key elements of successful projects – large and small – from the perspective of all stakeholders in the design and construction dialogue. It will examine the evolving role of project managers in the United States and Canada and how this evolution impacts project delivery, owners, design professionals, contractors, and construction managers. There will be sessions addressing legal project management from the perspective of in-house and outside counsel and lawyers’ ethical obligations in managing their client relationships. All of these sessions will aid practitioners—whether in-house or outside counsel—in better understanding their clients’ interests and needs, leading to better counseling and advocacy.

Please visit the Forum’s website for full details.