In this ARE 5.0 Project Management Exam Prep course you will learn about the topics covered in the ARE 5.0 PjM exam division. A complete and comprehensive curriculum, this course will touch on each of the NCARB objectives for the ARE 5.0 Project Management Exam.
Instructor Mike Newman will discuss issues related to office standards, development of project teams and overall project control of client, fee and risk management.
When you are done with this course, you will have a thorough understanding of the content covered in the ARE 5.0 Project Management Exam including quality control, project team configuration and project scheduling.
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So while we're talking about code compliance, obviously, just like all the other issues we're gonna be talking about, it always comes back to product delivery as well, right, so we have design bid build, we have design build, fast track, multiple prime, integrated project delivery, which I'm sort of grouping with construction manager, it's sort of similar in certain ways, and we're talking about code compliance issues so we have zoning code issues, building code, we have the sort of process issues of working with inspectors and all of that, and you can start to see pretty quickly where there are gonna be issues and where there's not gonna be issues. We're talking about design bid build that's that one where you start with the whole big design process, you go through all the schematic design, design development, cds, bidding, all of that stuff and then you have a bid phase and then we choose a contractor and we're building it out. So presumably all the zoning and the building code issues, all of that has been sort of taken care of during those permitting phase, which would be kind of during that bidding phase, and perhaps with opportunity to do reviews and different points, depending on, what kind of project it was and what sort of setup there was at the municipality that you were working in there's a lot of opportunity for review before the contractor has necessarily even gotten involved and then once the contractor is involved, now the contractor will be then in charge of all of the appropriate inspector reviews and it's a fairly straight forward process just because it's long and drawn out.
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ARE 5.0 Project Management Exam Prep
Duration: 15h 3m
Author: Mike Newman