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This 4-hour workshop will review what to look for in construction contracts, and examine the change order process. CEUs: Course attendees are eligible to receive 0.4 Continuing Education Units, 4 CCM Renewal Points and/or 4 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units. *Construction Management Certificate Requirement

12/11/2017
When: Monday, December 11, 2017
From 8:00 AM until NOON
Where: Construction Institute
260 Girard Avenue
Hartford, Connecticut  06105
United States
Presenter: Thomas G. Librizzi, Partner, McElroy, Deutsh, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP
Contact: Laura Eldredge
860-768-5869


Online registration is available until: 12/22/2017
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Construction Contracting and Change Orders

A CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM REQUIREMENT

Description

A "good" construction contract will not always guarantee success. However, a "bad" construction contract will almost always result in failure. Similarly, not knowing how to navigate the complexities of the change order process can expose your company to substantial risk and potential litigation. This workshop will review what to look for in construction contracts, and examine the change order process.   

 

Learning Objectives 

  • Learning the fundamentals of good construction contracts.
  • Learning what to look out for in in a construction contract, in order to preserve your rights.
  • Examination of the change order process.
  • Learning how to navigate the complexities of the change order process.

Instructor   

Thomas G. Librizzi, Partner, McElroy, Deutsh, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP

Thomas G. Librizzi's practice has concentrated on construction and surety law related matters for more than 30 years. He counsels construction managers, contractors, subcontractors, owners, design professionals and sureties on the full range of construction issues, including claims, project delays and extra work, project management, claims avoidance, contract drafting and negotiations, design-build contracts, contract administration and performance, labor disputes, bid protests, mechanics liens, domestic and international arbitration, litigation in state and federal court and mediations.  Tom was a construction law partner at Pepe & Hazard for 25 years prior to its merger with McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP in 2010.

 

Mr. Librizzi has represented various general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors and owners with respect to the resolution of complex multi-party, multi-issue construction claims arising out of the construction of prisons, schools, waste water treatment plants, government office buildings, roads and bridges, power plants, refineries, apartment complexes, commercial office buildings, hotels, hospitals, dormitories, department stores and retail shopping centers. Tom has been lead counsel in numerous trials, bid protests, arbitrations and mediations. He also has extensive experience in advising public work contractors on governmental compliance and procurement issues, including small business and minority set-aside requirements and Federal Acquisition Regulations. Since 2007 he has been an editor for the yearly Connecticut Construction Case Law Summary and Legislative Review published by Connecticut Bar Association Construction Law Section. He is also presently serving as the Chair of the Construction Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association for bar years 2017 and 2018.


Cost

Members: $165 / Non-Members: $225 

Members, please login prior to registering to receive the member discount.

  

Continuing Educational Credit

Construction Institute is an AIA Registered Provider and a CCM Recertification Point Provider.

 

Course attendees are eligible to receive 0.4 Continuing Education Units, 4 CCM Renewal Points and/or 4 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units, verified through certificates of attendance, which are sent to participants after completion of workshop and assessment.

 

Course attendees wishing to receive AIA Continuing Education Learning Units and/or CCM Renewal Points should check in at the sign-in desk and fill out the appropriate attendance form(s) to receive credit.

 

       

  

 

For more information

For questions, contact Laura Eldredge at leldredge@construction.org

 

 

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