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Thursday, June 6, 2024

Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) Unit 5: Monitor & Control Project Closeout - 6/6/24

Start Date: 6/6/2024 8:00 AM EDT
End Date: 6/6/2024 4:00 PM EDT

Venue Name: AGCVA Training & Development Center

11950 Nuckols Road
Glen Allen, VA  United States  23059

Organization Name: AGCVA

Jennifer Gray
Email: jennifer@agcva.org
Phone: (804) 364-5504 x210

Register for all 5 Units by using the
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  Per Unit Full Program (Units 1-5)
Member $350 $1750
Non-Member $550 $2750

Who Should Attend:  The Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) is for early-career project managers or those looking to move into such a role.  Professionals with less than two years of project-related experience in the commercial construction industry, experienced construction specialists considering a career move into a PM role, and individuals working in companies that have adopted a team-based management structure for projects.

Unit 5 Overview:  Presenting the fourth and fifth process groups of Project Management: Monitoring and Controlling Project Closeout. This unit focuses on changes that may occur during the life cycle of a project and how to finalize project processes. This unit emphasizes that the Executing, and Monitoring and Controlling process groups are iterative processes. It also addresses topics such as dispute resolution, how to document changes, the impact of changes on the overall schedule and budget, maintaining quality assurance, and change order management. This final unit focuses on the process of closing out a construction project. The instructors review the process for project closeout to include both administrative closure and contract closure. This unit emphasizes customer satisfaction and reviews the required communication with and documentation for the owner during closeout.

Course objectives include:

  • Describe how changes to the project impact the overall project scope and estimate
  • Manage changes to the project schedule during a project
  • Explain the term “time value of money” as it applies to a construction project
  • Identify the process steps for managing/documenting the time and scope changes to a project
  • Demonstrate the correct process to manage a change request
  • Outline the steps to engaging with building authorities
  • Describe the process for addressing identified non-compliant items following testing
  • Identify available software options for Construction Management
  • Describe the process for documenting project team communications
  • Manage project risks that arise during the execution of a project
  • Oversee the processing of claims for time and cost
  • Describe the importance and the steps of title transfer to the owner
  • Identify conflict resolution techniques to monitor disputes
  • Outline tips for scheduling an effective meeting
  • Describe the process of closing out a project with a client
  • Summarize the importance of a positive customer experience throughout the project
  • Outline the components involved in owner training prior to closing out a project
  • Verify product quality through testing, balancing, and commissioning prior to the completion of the project
  • Describe the purpose of As-Built Drawings
  • Define the difference between substantial completion and final completion
  • Generate and complete the punch list
  • Describe the difference between a warranty and liability tail
  • Explain the additional closeout requirements for a LEED-Certified project
  • Describe the process to manage and mitigate liquidated damages
Full Course Objectives:  Brochure Located Here 

  Jerry Baker, President with WH Stovall
  Anthony Hatcher,Director of Operations with RVA Construction, Inc. 

PMDP is a nationally recognized training standard.
Individuals who complete all five PMDP courses will receive an AGC Project Manager Development Program Certificate of Completion.
Full Project Manager Development
Program Schedule
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Unit 1: Introduction to Project Management April 11
Unit 2: Initiating and Planning (Part 1) April 25
Unit 3: Initiating and Planning (Part 2) May 9
Unit 4: Executing May 23
Unit 5: Monitoring and Controlling and Project Closeout June 6

Register for all 5 Units by using the
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The 40-hour, five-unit program covers the basics of project management and provides tactics and strategies for ensuring project success.  The program covers the essentials of project management and provides a solid foundation for long-term career development. 


All cancelations within 24 hours of class will be subject to a $50 cancelation fee. 

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Closed: 6/5/2024 5:00 PM

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