Optimize collaboration in construction projects to minimize risk, costs and delays
The Canadian Institute, producer of Construction Superconference, releases its new construction program entitled "Collaborative Project Delivery", which will take place June 6-7, 2012 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The construction industry faces increasingly complex partnerships and emerging project delivery methods, and this conference offers the key insights and practical tools that companies need to optimize collaboration in construction projects in order to minimize risk, costs and delays.
Throughout this two-day conference, senior industry executives, leading construction lawyers, and consultants will share their insights on key collaboration issues, including:
Choosing the right project delivery method for a construction project
Profiting from the trend towards collaboration and integrated project delivery
Utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) effectively on your projects to minimize cost overruns and delays
Identifying and managing critical legal issues arising in collaborative projects
Ensuring effective communication between the participants in a collaborative environment to enhance a project's success
And much more.
Conference Title: The Canadian Institute's Forum on Collaborative Project Delivery
Date: June 6-7, 2012
Location: The Fairmont Hotel - Vancouver, British Columbia