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Ken Jacoby. Federal . Highway . Administration. Office of Asset Management . AASHTO Subcommittee on Construction. 2010 Annual Meeting. Burlington VT. TCCC Study (2003). 53% of states have no formal training for construction managers. ID: 667807

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Resident Engineer Training

Ken JacobyFederal Highway AdministrationOffice of Asset Management

AASHTO Subcommittee on Construction

2010 Annual Meeting

Burlington VT

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TCCC Study (2003)53% of states have no formal training for construction managers

Provided information that could help states in developing academiesDid not provide a curriculum of formal trainingFHWA “Phase 1” Initiative (2009)Follow-up to the TCCC StudyProvided a recommended curriculum of courses for an academy. Background2

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Phase 1 – Curriculum

Total of 9 subject areas Total of 38 courses within the 9 subject areas3Subject Areas

Technical

Project Controls

Safety & Legal

Contract Administration

Environmental

Quality Assurance

Third Party Coordination

Considerations

during Project

Development

Interpersonal & Leadership

Skills

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Technical

GradingDrainageAggregate InspectionGeotechnical ConstructionNew Structure ConstructionPCC Pavement Field InspectionHot Mix Asphalt Field InspectionAsphalt RecyclingLandscapingConsiderations during Project DevelopmentConstructability reviewsValue EngineeringConstruction involvement during design process (e.g. specification development)Environmental commitmentsPost construction meetings“Hand-off” from project development to constructionProject review prior to construction Life cycle cost (LCC) analysis and LCC managementAlternative technical bids

Subject Areas

4

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Project

ControlsScope, Schedule & BudgetEarned Value MethodsCritical Path Method (CPM) SchedulingLife Cycle Cost Analysis/Life Cycle Management (LCM)Risk ManagementChange ManagementSafety and LegalWorker and work zone safetySafety inspection standards, tools and techniquesRole of Construction Project Manager in work zone safetyOSHA compliance and injury preventionState specific occupational safety and health programConstruction LawStatutory lien rights for builders and contractors

Bonding requirements

Interrelation of project owners, contractors, and other stakeholders

Project documentation

Subject Areas

(continued)

5

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Contract Administration

Approaches to ContractingContractor Payments and RetainageContractor payment estimates and payment timelines Incentives and disincentivesRetainage

Liquidated damages

Supplemental Agreement

Change orders

Justification statements for change orders

Design/redesign during construction phase

Specifications

Interpret specifications for change orders

Methods of Payment

Bid items

Agreed price

Lump sum price

Force account

Claims

Partnering

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Types of claims: delay, changed conditions, etc.

Project Closeout

Need for consistent and regular project documentationContractor performance measurement/documentationFinal acceptance of a project

Subject Areas (continued)

6

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Environmental

Compliance, Review & MitigationStormwater Pollution PreventionNPDES permits Environmental Permits, Certificates and LicensesHazardous MaterialsErosion and Sediment ControlWater & Sanitary Sewer FacilitiesEnvironmental stipulations regarding pollution (water, air & noise), archeological, paleontological findingsBest practices in environmental compliance, review and mitigation

Quality Management

Project Manager’s use of QA information

Elements of a “good” QC plan and QC data analysis

Construction and materials acceptance

Construction inspection and workmanship

Independent Assurance

Project Quality considerations:

Different acceptance criteria and methods based on procurement

methods

Scope, location and size of the project(s)

C

oordination

of multiple projects

When project work is conducted (day time, night time)

Subject Areas

(continued)

7

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Third Party Coordination

Common issues in third party coordination and the role of the PMPermits and AgreementsLocation, Mapping, SurveyRailroadsSubsurface Utility EngineeringInterpersonal and Leadership Skills

Communication

Leadership

Public

Relations

Conflict Resolution

Ethical Conduct

Subject Areas

(continued)

8

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Available Courses Summary

9Subject Area

Courses

Agencies

Technical

6

FHWA, NHI

Involvement During Project Development Process

8

FHWA, NHI, MnDOT, ODOT, SCDOT, ASCE

Project Controls

24

FHWA, NHI, MnDOT, SCDOT, TxDOT, WSDOT, ASCE, Universities

Safety and Legal

12

NHI, MnDOT, SCDOT, TxDOT, ASCE, Universities, OSHA, ARTBA

Contract Administration

16

FHWA, NHI, MnDOT, SCDOT, TxDOT

Environmental

5

NHI, SCDOT, TxDOT, ASCE, Universities

Quality Management

13

NHI,

MnDOT

, SCDOT,

TxDOT

Third Party Coordination

5

FHWA, MnDOT, SCDOT, TxDOT

Interpersonal and Leadership Skills

11

MnDOT

, SCDOT,

TxDOT

, WSDOT, ASCE

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Gap Matrix

Subject AreaCourses

Course Availability

Project Controls

Scope, Schedule, and Budget

Project Management (

TxDOT

- DEV904, DEV912, DEV913, DEV914, DEV915)

Project Management Professional (PMP) Certifications (FHWA)

Project management (ASCE)

Risk Management

Risk Management (NHI)

Risk Assessment and Allocation for Highway Construction (FHWA)

Risk management (MIT)

Earned Value Methods

Earned Value Management (ASCE)

Project Management Academy (WSDOT)

Risk Assessment (

TxDOT

)

Critical Path Method (CPM) Scheduling

Use of CPM for Estimating, Scheduling, and Timely Completion (NHI)

Resident Engineer Academy (SCDOT) - Construction Management Module

Contract Time Manual (

MnDOT

)

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Develop as a “curriculum” rather than a “course”.Utilize training materials and training frameworks available from various states and NHI.

Manage scope as courses are developed. Consider all available delivery methodsAcademy Considerations11

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Next Steps

Obtain external input and validationEstablish Technical Panel for curriculum and course developmentFinalize course curriculum and training course outlineRefine scope, target audience, and outcomes for proposed courseInitiate training course development contract

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Thank You!

13For More Information Contact: Ken Jacoby Telephone: (202) 366-6503 Email: Ken.Jacoby@dot.gov


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