Construction Inspection - A Typical Project
It is important to understand who is responsible for each phase of the construction process, as well as who has authority to make decisions regarding the construction project. The contractor and/or sub-contractors are employed to construct the improvements presented in the plans and specifications.
The owner is responsible for making sure that the construction project is completed in accordance to the contract and on schedule. The designer's role in the construction process is a function of his or her relationship with the owner and the complexity of the project. This course will help the learner become familiar with the authority and responsibilities of key project team members.
This course is part of a group of 24 courses included in the Construction Inspection 201: Project Management program. Courses can be purchased á la carte or in a program bundle at a discounted price. Content is delivered online, via the APWA eLearning Portal. With the eLearning Portal, members can access their eLearning purchases, view content, complete evaluations and track and report their progress from any digital device. Once purchased, this content will be available on-demand, with no expiration.
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