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The Construction and Program Management Profession and CMAA February 24, 2005 ACCE Mid-Year Meeting San Antonio, Texas Bruce D’Agostino, CAE Joe Seibold, P.E. Sid Hymes, CCM, CPC
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February 24, 2005
ACCE Mid-Year Meeting
San Antonio, Texas
Bruce D’Agostino, CAE Joe Seibold, P.E. Sid Hymes, CCM, CPC
Executive Director, CMAA PinnacleOne, President CMAA Jacobs, CMAA ACCE Liaison
Glass & glazing
Glass & Glazing
Grading & excavation
& roofing panels
and fan units
Roof and site
Block and brick
& sheet metal
Clearing & stripping
Street and Highways
Chamber of Commerce
The construction industry responded to the demand for . . .
lower/certain project and program costs, shorter schedules and greater innovation
and introduced a variety of alternatives…
such as Design-Build and CM At-Risk
Risk and reward are evaluated, and expected, on each project
the expertise demanded of all the projects participants is greater than ever
We minimized the interfaces!
A professional practice that applies effective management techniques to the planning, design, and construction of a project from inception to completion for the purpose of controlling time, cost and quality.
“The number one problem in construction is effective project LEADERSHIP. In the future there will be less owner construction expertise, creating a leadership vacuum that the CM profession must step forward to fill. This requires that the CM accept responsibility for the project, and develop a collaborative relationship with both the A/E and the construction contractor in order to effectively lead the project team to success.”
CM placed on the project team first to:
- site analysis and selection - choice of delivery method - preliminary budget and schedule - general performance requirements - forming a collaborative team
- support a responsive, esthetic design - life cycle cost analysis - constructability review - detailed budget and schedule reporting - technology implementation
- pre-bid conference - clear and complete bid documents - evaluate and compare bids - recommend choice
- timely and full reports - financial management and control - manage change order process - assure a safe workplace - minimize delays and disputes - manage close-out and commissioning
North America's only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional program and construction management.
To promote professionalism and excellence in the management of the construction process.
To be the recognized authority in the management of the construction process.
Representation of Qualifications
Standards of Practice
Conflicts of Interest
Release of Information
Spring Conference & Leadership ForumDenver, ColoradoMay 23 – 24, 2005Creating collaborative teams:A solution for the industry -- A mission for the profession
Day 1:Professional Practice, Contract Admin., Project Management
Day 2:Value Engineering, Cost Management, Safety Management
Day 3: Time Management, Quality Management
The Construction Manager Certification Institute is an independent administrative body of CMAA responsible for certification of Professional Program & Construction Managers.
Numbers as of 12/31/04
Construction Management traditionally involves a single project
An Invitation to Improve the Dialogue Between CMAA and ACCE
Qualified Individuals With:
Working Together, ACCE and CMAA Can Provide a Career Path For Graduates of ACCE’s Accredited Programs