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BSRIA launches new course: Introduction to Construction ProjectsSeptember 2016

David Bleicher Publications & Training Manager

BSRIA has launched a new one day training course: Introduction to Construction Projects taking place on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 in Bracknell. It is also available as an in-company training course.

This new training course will explain some of the terms and processes used in the management of construction projects. It aims to introduce attendees to how complex construction projects work, from design through to construction, following standard UK practices.

The aim of the course is to introduce delegates to the following concepts:

  • The drivers of a successful project.
  • The key players in typical constriction projects.
  • Basic contract law principles.
  • Forms of contract.
  • Value engineering and the consequences of changes being made.
  • The RIBA Plan of Work.
  • Design responsibility and design reviews.
  • Information management – introducing BIM.
  • Supply chain management.
  • Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings.

Visit: Introduction to Construction Projects

Member rate: £280.00 per person; subsequent bookings: £230.00.
All delegates will receive a free BSRIA publication of their choice.

Lecturer Profile:

David Churcher is an expert on management processes within the building sector. He has authored BSRIA publications on whole life costing, customer-supplier relationships and has delivered training on supply chain management, innovation in construction and Soft Landings.

David Bleicher, BSRIA Training Manager, said: “We’ve all heard about projects that go massively over budget, buildings that aren’t finished in time for people to move in, and bitter legal disputes that arise between the parties involved. Construction projects can also be (and frequently are) resounding successes.

David Churcher brings a wealth of experience to the table in explaining all the contracts, frameworks and (most importantly) good working relationships that need to be in place for a project to run smoothly.”

Why choose in-company training?

The course can be held at a time and location. It can be cost effective for larger numbers of delegates and content can be tailored precisely to meet individual business needs.

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