PLANTATION, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--e-Builder, the leading cloud-based construction program management solution for capital projects, today announced a lineup of educational webinars to help the owner community improve project performance. Focused on a variety of topics from talent development and the benefits of technology to successful case studies, these webinars kick-off today, December 15, with a session about effectively managing change orders. Building owners are encouraged to register for these free events for access to insights on project timeline acceleration, cost savings and overall increased efficiencies.
Change Orders Ahead: Expect Delays, December 15 at 2 p.m. ET
During this event, the capital planning team from Arlington County will discuss the challenges surrounding change orders on federally funded projects. Claudia O’Connor and Glenn Page, Arlington County capital planners, found that they needed an organized system that could help manage complex government regulations and guidelines on capital projects and e-Builder fit their needs. In the webinar, the speakers will present participants with their best practices on how to improve change order processing and increase transparency throughout the project.
to Linking Employee Incentives to Project Performance, January 19 at
2 p.m. ET
Speakers Melissa Tello and Laura Dove from Loudoun County will lead this webinar sharing the results of creating an HR Performance Objective in e-Builder. Registrants will learn how to create a monthly tracking Project in e-Builder, inform staff of performance expectations and report key work performance goals.
In addition to the lineup of live webinars, e-Builder also offers a series of on demand sources for the owner industry, including the following:
the Project Lifecycle Through Technology
During this event, speakers from Northeastern University Gary Young, director of program and project controls, Frank Mahoney, director of work management and Angel Williams, campus planner discuss their challenges with managing the project delivery process, describe how e-Builder has helped address these issues and share best practices for owners in and beyond the higher education industry.
Talent: Performance through Technology
Speakers from Kristine Fallon Associates, Greg Bush, vice president and Carol Cohn, systems administration drive this webinar on how top-performing owner organizations can see greater project success with the adoption of a formal training and development program. Throughout the webinar, owners will learn about the components of a successful training program launch and how technology platforms can improve training programs.
Construction’s 4 Letter Word
In this webinar, Matt Bohan, e-Builder program manager will identify the most common risks to successful project completion. Often drawn by an air of uncertainty, Matt will explain why owners are often at high risk for schedule delays, going over budget and poor building performance. From there, owners will learn how to actively combat those uncertainties and fight risk, ultimately resulting in a more successful project.
Pillars of Capital Project Performance
Speakers Donna Laquidara-Carr of Dodge Data & Analytics and owner industry expert, Tony Sinisi offer an educational seminar on the key performance indicators (KPIs) of top-performing capital projects. During the webinar, they will describe how owners can integrate these nine pillars (or KPIs) into their project management, and how technology can help improve their project performance.
Cycle Times with Automated Workflows
In this webinar, project software specialist Darren Schwartzkopf demonstrates how organizations can reduce their cycle times 30:1 by automating workflows. Owners will learn how to handle process routing across teams, increase visibility and capture daily inspection reports, all automatically through PMIS technology. What will you and your employees do with the extra time saved through these effective practices?
e-Builder is the leading provider of integrated, cloud-based construction program management software for top facility owners and the companies that act on their behalf. The company’s flagship product, e-Builder Enterprise, improves capital project execution, resulting in increased productivity and quality, reduced cost and faster project delivery. Since 1995, e-Builder’s technology leadership and construction industry focus has provided thousands of global companies, government agencies, and healthcare and educational institutions managing billions of dollars in capital programs with solutions to improve the plan, build, and operate lifecycle. The company is privately held and headquartered in Plantation, Florida. For more information, visit www.e-Builder.net.