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Project Management

5 Gold Seal Credits! 

This two-day course is designed for construction owners, managers, estimators, supervisors and staff. Participants will develop skills and knowledge of how to manage a construction project. Participants will gain an understanding of the project processes and constraints encountered by project managers (using PMBoK 5th Edition approach) and how to successfully manage a complex project.

Member cost: $575 + GST

Non‐member cost: $935 + GST

Instructor: Enza Bruno

Location: MCABC Classroom, Burnaby

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Estimating 201 – Fall 2017

2 Gold Seal Credits*

Estimating 201 is the follow-up course to Estimating 101. It will take you through the plumbing and heating take-offs, to completion of your estimate, to submitting your tender. At the end of the course you will have been exposed to the full scope of estimating.

November 18 & 19, 2017

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

THIS IS A TWO-DAY COURSE

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Estimating 101 – Fall 2017

2 Gold Seal Credits*

MCABC’s Estimating 101 will provide you with the fundamentals of estimating. This course will take you from the initial estimating thought process, through the steps of organizing an estimate, and finally, up to the standardization of forms of record and sources of information.

Estimating 101

October 21 & 22, 2017

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

THIS IS A TWO-DAY COURSE

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Communicating MCABC’s value

Associations, like MCABC, are formed when groups of people with shared goals recognize that working together is more effective than working alone. The whole structure of rules for operation, governance and membership then follows. It’s assumed the association will be folded when all goals are achieved, but the association’s activities must remain relevant to its […]

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New government may bring opportunities

Government met with pessimism in construction industry The BC media and sponsored fact-givers have been especially busy lately as our new provincial government slips into the offices of authority and begin to do its job. MLAs would have been there sooner had the slow-to-depart Liberals moved faster from denial to acceptance of the election results. […]

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