Minimizing Disputes in Construction Projects through Effective Construction Auditing
Minimizing Disputes in Construction Projects Through Effective Construction Auditing
On November 14, join NACA for an interactive construction auditing webinar featuring speakers from Armstrong Teasdale and Brown Smith Wallace. The presentation will cover strategies for risk mitigation before the construction project, potentially unfavorable terms and conditions in a construction contract, and examples of best practices organizations have applied throughout the lifecycle of a construction project to avoid risks that confront project owners before, during and after construction.
Some of the business challenges that will be addressed during this learning program include:
- Pre-project planning – contractual safeguards before every project
- Contracting boundaries – setting clear parameters during contracting allows for better project relationships
- Project controls – maintaining transparency with construction auditing
This event qualifies for 1 CPE credit.
David G. Loseman, Partner – Armstrong Teasdale
David Loseman provides guidance to those who develop, construct and design. As leader of the firm’s Real Estate, Development and Construction industry team, as well as the Construction Services practice area, he represents clients in major construction projects throughout the United States and in several foreign endeavors.
Amina Terry, CCA, CCP – Brown Smith Wallace
Amina Terry is a construction auditor at Brown Smith Wallace with more than 15 years of architecture and construction management experience in local, regional and national architectural design and construction markets. Amina is a Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) and Construction Control Professional (CCP).
Henry L. Woods, Jr., CCA, CCP, CRIS, MBA – Brown Smith Wallace
Henry Woods is a supervisor in the Brown Smith Wallace Advisory Group. Henry is responsible for construction advisory and cost auditing. He has over 25 years experiences in construction and program management developing and implementing cost controls, safety management and risk management strategies. Henry’s work experience includes project management and oversight, construction cost auditing, project administration, and diversity management.
Statement of Standards for Continuing Professional Education
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