On Feb. 22, 2016, The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech proudly unveils its latest course offering, CON 244: Construction Contracting.
The course focuses on unique construction contracting issues, such as acquisition planning, contract performance management, funding, environmental concerns, construction contract language, and construction contracting in the commercial setting, the Construction Wage Rate Requirements Statute, design/build, basic schedule delay analysis, constructive changes, acceleration, and construction contract quality management.
To register, please visit: https://pe.gatech.edu/courses/con-244-construction-contracting.
Who Should Attend CON 244:
Contracting officers, contract specialists, contracting officer representatives, program/project managers, small business specialists, and industry contracting personnel.
How You Will Benefit:
Attendees learn how to:
- Apply the Federal acquisition laws, regulations, Department of Defense and other agency supplementation, policies, procedures, and best business practices in soliciting and administering construction contracts.
- Contrast the regular support requirements with a Construction Acquisition Plan in accordance with FAR Parts 7 and 36, DFARS Parts 207 and 236 and agency supplements, policies and procedures.
- Develop a construction solicitation package in accordance with FAR, agency supplements, and policy/procedures.
- Evaluate the appropriate construction contract awardee.
- Determine the applicable construction contract administration (compliance) approach, using FAR, DFARS, DoD regulation/guidelines, and other relevant agency supplement, procedures and best business practices.
- Formulate the remedy and appropriate clause for a changed construction condition in accordance with Federal and DoD acquisition and other agency laws, regulations, and best business practices.
- Document appropriate actions necessary to verify for construction progress payment or construction contract closeout.