“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” Benjamin Franklin
Effective and thorough project planning before starting work on a new job is essential to any construction project. Contractors often focus on winning the work and then rush to start the job – but taking enough time to plan the work in advance is just as important. The Construction Execution Plan (CEP_ helps contractors plan out jobs by answering these questions:
By answering these and other questions in a definitive manner and committing it to paper in the CEP, contractors can save time and money, improve quality and reduced scope changes.
This workshop will discuss the elements of creating an efficient and organized Construction Execution Plan which includes: understanding scope, contractual requirements and budget, assigning the best project team, site logistics, sequence of work, schedule, project resources and identifying risk and opportunity and more. The Construction Execution Plan should show in simple language the sequence of events required to build the project and to meet key milestones. Once complete, it will be used to provide information to others about how the project will be managed and constructed, and as a “road map” for the project team members to actually manage and construct the building.
Subcontractors, general contractors, project managers, superintendents and foremen in the construction industry.
Lee Kelly, President, Constructing Minds Inc.
Lee Kelly M.A.A.T.O., P.GSC is Founder and President of Constructing Minds Inc., a company dedicated to providing relevant and applicable training to the construction industry.
Lee has boots on the ground experience. With over 35 years of construction management/general contracting experience under her belt she has gained extensive knowledge and a solid foundation in construction practices, processes and procedures in all contract delivery formats. Lee knows construction because she has built it.
Lee has been a member on the National Gold Seal Committee, has won the Construction Institute of Canada (TCIC) Chancellor’s Award of Excellence and has earned certificates in Teaching and Training Adults and Instructional Design. Her enthusiasm for training makes her a highly informative, interactive, motivated and sought-after trainer from coast-to-coast.