Closeout of a Construction Project

Setting up a construction project to close it out is the focus of this workshop.

The principles of how organizing early, teamwork and communication work together to achieve a successful project closeout will be discussed. Turning over the building to the owner effectively will support positive relationships, perhaps more future business, and timely payments – if you can’t get it done, you can’t get paid.

While preparing the project closeout submittals is a very important part to a great closeout, the way the project is turned over to the owner counts just as much. CCDC2 2020 has been updated to include “Owner Take-over” which clearly outlines the roles and responsibilities of the contractor. There is a great deal to know about a proper, efficient and complete project turnover.

“Lee Kelly was one of the greatest trainers I ever have not only in terms of knowledgeability but also attitude and method of performance.”

The course is worth 1 Gold Seal Credit

Closeout of a Construction Project will help you understand:

  • Setting up the project from pre-construction to building turnover
  • Gathering, managing, and submitting project closeout submittals
  • Understanding contractual project closeout requirements
  • Learning the importance of managing quality throughout the project to reduce deficiencies at the end of the project
  • Understanding how deficiencies, occupancy and substantial performance are intrinsically tied together and the roles of the owner, consultant, general contractor and subcontractor each have in this process
  • Identifying the key processes for turning over a building including a building turnover meeting
  • Learning how to close out your own organization, including project evaluation, a project evaluation meeting and lessons learned so that the company can realize what went well and what did not go so well

CCA Member $399 (+GST) Non-Member $549 (+GST)

September 20 & 21, 2022 - 10:30AM - 1:30PM

2 Virtual 1/2 Day Sessions