Rob D’Onofrio Presents at 2016 SuperConference

December 7, 2016

CPMI’s Rob D’Onofrio spoke about schedule delay analysis as part of a panel discussion this week at the SuperConference in Las Vegas, NV. The session helped attendees navigate the maze of schedule delay analysis methods from a legal perspective. Participants gained insight from in-house counsel, a trial lawyer, and industry experts on how delay analysis method selection affects choice of outside lawyers/experts, and cost/benefit concerns over legal acceptance of different methods.

The Construction SuperConference is recognized as the preeminent construction conference developed for mid- to senior-level professionals who work in any of the legal and commercial construction markets.  This year’s conference featured impactful plenary sessions and compelling panel discussions from top legal, consulting, and leaders of construction companies bringing to the forefront challenging issues and new insights.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.


Mark Boe Presents at Federal Publications Seminar

November 17, 2016

CPMI expert Mark Boe presented at the Federal Publications Seminar in Arlington, VA today on Construction Delay, Acceleration and Inefficiency Claims. How a claim is handled determines its impact on the fortunes of owners, lenders, contractors, subcontractors, and sureties. Effectively dealing with claims requires a concise understanding of the law, of each party’s contractual rights, of the construction process itself, and of claims presentation and defense techniques. The course was designed to educate and guide those involved in schedule, performance, and efficiency-related claims. It is a concise analysis of the entire process.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.


CPMI Sponsors 37th Annual Construction and Public Contracts Law Seminar

November 4 – 5, 2016

CPMI was proud to sponsor the 37th Annual Construction and Public Contracts Law Seminar in Charlottesville, VA. The seminar offerings ranged from annual ethics and legal updates to specific programs on the most pressing industry and governmental issues.

For nearly four decades, this seminar has been the destination of choice for both lawyers and industry representatives with a stake in construction law or public contracts matters. The meeting offers a full year’s worth of CLE credit for Virginia attorneys and an indispensable educational and networking opportunity for all attendees. The seminar offerings will range from annual ethics and legal updates to specific programs on the most pressing industry and governmental issues.


CPMI Sponsors 11th Annual WIC Conference

October 21, 2016

CPMI was proud to sponsor the 11th Annual Women in Construction Conference in Washington, D.C. yesterday. The program featured a full day of panel discussions, presentations and interactive breakout activities covering key issues.

WIC is the Mid-Atlantic region’s premiere forum for education, professional development and networking for women in the construction industry. Since 2006, the Conference has provided an avenue for younger women to learn from senior executives and industry professionals, and offers networking and mentoring opportunities to all attendees.

For more information on this annual event, please visit the conference website.