Legal Aspects of Engineering, Public Works, and Construction

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Course Overview

Learn from a team of senior attorneys and executives from consulting, municipal and contractor organizations. You will learn how to recognize sources of liability for owners, consultants and contractors, understand contract documents and project delivery alternatives, and discuss legal issues and management techniques for consulting, construction and municipal.

Who Should Attend?

Who should attend?

  • City engineers and public works directors
  • Consulting engineers
  • Utility managers
  • Municipal engineering staff
  • Construction contractors
  • Plant managers and superintendents

Course Outline

Municipal law and public bidding

Sources of liability for owners, engineers, and contractors Effective use of insurance and bonds

Contract documents – types, components and functions

Managing a public works organization – an owner’s perspective

The consulting engineering profession – legal aand management perspectives

Owning and managing a construction company – a contractor’s perspective

Project delivery alternatives: design-bid-build, design-build, and others

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Ned Paschke

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