Partnering for Design and Construction Projects

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This 2-hour interactive online course discusses partnering as a construction management commitment between the owner, the architect/engineer, and the construction contractor. To achieve a successful project completion you must maximize the effectiveness of each participant's resources. The relationship is based on trust, dedication to a common goal, the dispute resolution process, and an understanding of each other's expectations and values. This course will guide you through the many aspects of partnering such as its historical background, partnering advantages and limitations, and partnering guidelines. There is a quiz at the end of each section. (Advanced - 2 hours)   

Edgar Farrera


Mr. Farrera holds Bachelor and Master degrees in Architecture. He is a registered Architect with the State of Texas, and is also registered there as an accessibility specialist. During his last thirteen years of his twenty-seven years of professional experience, Mr. Farrera directed all activities for the design and construction of public buildings for state and municipal building programs. He has lectured at major universities and chapters of the AIA and CSI on the subjects of "Construction Claims Prevention", "ADA Compliance", and "A/E Services Contracting". He is the author of various books on the subject of accessibility.


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