Spire’s Associate Principal Presents an Insider’s Guide to Effective Project Planning and Control

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Spire’s Associate Principal Presents an Insider’s Guide to Effective Project Planning and Control



SPIRE’S ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL PRESENTS AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE PROJECT PLANNING AND CONTROL

To contact Mr. Nosbisch, please email MikeN@spirecg.com or call 562.200.0047.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Construction has become increasingly complex and an understanding of globally recognized methods and techniques to successfully plan and execute cost-efficient projects is necessary for success.

Associate Principal, Michael Nosbisch, CCP, PSP, FAACE presented at Build Expo Los Angeles on both March 14th and 15th. The event was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and offered attendees a chance to learn about the up-and-coming topics in construction management, federal contracting, and construction law, to name a few.

Mr. Nosbisch’s session titled An Insider’s Guide to Effective Project Planning and Control, covered industry best practices for bringing together owners, contractors and vendors in a successful time and cost management program, and the criticality of getting agreement on pre-project planning, work sequences and activities to align all participants, and cut project recycle, schedule and cost. He provided insights into how to avoid common pitfalls causing late delivery and cost overruns inherent to project execution, and the importance of proactively tracking cost and schedule changes throughout the project to mitigate risks both during and after project execution. This session was intended for owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, government agencies, and military personnel.

Spire is one of the premier construction project planning and control firms in the world, assisting clients across all industries to ensure their projects are delivered on time and within budget. Spire’s construction management experts know how to help clients set realistic expectations for their projects’ goals, gauge risk, and develop mitigation strategies that will ultimately save time and money.