How to Handle Rising Construction Costs
Tuesday, July 9th, at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Join Rebekah Morris, President and Founder of the Arizona Builder's Exchange and Brendan Barrett of ICT who will be discussing:
What Do Rising Construction Costs Really Mean?
What's Driving the Increase in Material Costs?
How is Labor Availability and Productivity Impacting Construction Costs?
How is The Market Impacting Construction Costs?
What Can Construction Managers and Owners Do When Bids Come in Over Budget?
Join us at the conclusion of the webinar for a live question-and-answer session. If you have any questions you’d like to ask Rebekah and Brendan, email them to email@example.com, and they’ll cover them live during the webinar.
Women in Construction
July 18th - 9:00 am Pacific
Patti Tellez,founder of Kuniklo, will be joining Innovative Construction Technology's Brendan Alan Barrett as they discuss the business case and share best practices for increasing the presence of women in construction.
What are you doing here?'
Why we need more women in A/E/C leadership roles.
What contractors can do to attract more women to their teams.
How the current generation of women in construction can pave the way for more women to enter the industry.
Career path/development considerations for women entering the A/E/C workforce and the companies that employ them.
Kuniklo consults with contractors, developers, and government agencies looking to meet small business and socio-economic utilization goals as well as regulatory compliance associated with the funding of their projects.
Workforce development strategies like OJT programs, apprenticeship, and hiring zones are among those facilitated by Patti and her team.
Contracting Claims | How to Deliver Projects on Time
July 30th - 10 am Pacific
Chris Baniszewski of Warner Angle Hallam Jackson & Formanek, will be joining Innovative Construction Technology's Brendan Alan Barrett to talk about the claims process in construction contracting.
What constitutes a claim?
How does a contractor or sub preserve their claim rights?
How can a claim be resolved without going to court?
How can claims be avoided all together?
Chris represents and advises general contractors, subcontractors, and construction project owners and is a “Best Lawyers in America” honoree. He advises clients regarding workmanship issues, and claims associated with liens, bonds, delays, and non-payment.
In the litigation setting, Chris has extensive experience representing both owners and contractors, including hearings before the Registrar of Contractors and in alternative dispute resolution settings.
For six years, Chris taught Construction Contract Administration at the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University. He is a long-time member and past chair (2011-2012) of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona.