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Date: Multiple dates first class will be held on September 30th. The course schedule is down below.
Location: Via Go To Webinar
- Early Bird (Ends August 26th) $950 for AGC Members | $1295 for Non-Member
- Regular Pricing- $1295 for AGC Members | $1650 for Non-Member
(Members must login to receive member cost) (Fee includes 5 textbooks.)
Who Should Attend: Those who are looking to move into the project management field and for those who are young in their career (four years and under).
This training will be held online via Go To Webinar.
This 2nd edition of the PMDP is designed to specifically meet the needs of today's construction industry. The curriculum combines activities and shared experiences to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to increase the participant's ability to work successfully with others to ensure project success. This recently updated 40 hour in-seat classroom training was developed by AGC member company project managers for aspiring and new construction project managers.
The revised PMDP curriculum takes participants through the management of the entire lifecycle of a construction project, and contains the following five units:
* Unit 1: Introduction to Project Management
* Unit 2: Initiating and Planning, Part 1
* Unit 3: Initiating and Planning, Part 2
* Unit 4: Executing
* Unit 5: Monitoring and Controlling, and Project Closeout
Each course is 8 hours of classroom instruction. Since this class is virtual we have decided to split the five classes into two modules each. Splitting the modules up provides all attendees the ability to work the later half of the day as well as ensure that one is engaged throughout the morning.
Unit 1: Introduction to Project Management
- Wednesday, September 30th- 8:30AM- 12:00PM
- Wednesday, October 7th- 7:30AM- 12:15PM
Unit 2: Initiating & Planning Part 1
- Tuesday, October 13th- 9:00AM- 11:15AM
- Wednesday, October 21st- 7:30AM -12:15PM
Unit 3: Initiating & Planning Part 2
- Thursday, October 29th- 7:30AM- 12:00PM
- Wednesday, November 4th- 7:30AM- 11:30AM
Unit 4: Executing
- Wednesday, November 11th- 8:30AM- 11:45AM
- Thursday, November 19th- 7:30AM- 12:00PM
Unit 5: Monitoring and Controlling, & Project Close- Out
- Thursday, December 3rd- 7:30AM- 12:15PM
- Wednesday, December 9th- 8:30AM- 11:30AM
Meet the Experts:
Business Unit Leader
Mark McElroy is Graduate of Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. While at Northeastern he was elected to Chi Epsilon the National Civil Engineer Honor Society and Tau Beta Pi the National Engineering Honor Society. He has been in the construction industry for the last 29 years. He has occupied most of the roles within this industry. Much of his career has been spent in the institutional sector of higher education and healthcare. He is currently the JE Dunn’s Business unit leader for the JE Dunn’s North Texas healthcare and higher education market sectors.
Mark lives in Collin County and is active member of his community, He is married and is a father of four children.
Senior Vice President, Dallas Office Leader
Chris Peck serves as Senior Vice President and Dallas Office Leader for JE Dunn Construction. JE Dunn is a family & employee owned commercial builder with $4B+ in annual revenues. Since 2013, he has overseen a region for JE Dunn that includes North and West Texas, Arkansas, Northern Louisiana, and Mississippi. He has 35 years of experience in the commercial construction industry ranging from project planning, project management, business development, and executive oversight.
Chris has held leadership positions in various local and national construction and community organizations including: past Chairman of the Associated Builders and Contractors North Texas chapter; past Chairman of the Construction Industry Outreach Advisory Council; past Chair of the National Workforce Development Committee for the Associated Builders and Contractors; past Chairman of the Construction Education Foundation of North Texas; and current Chairman of the Texas State University Construction Industry Advisory Council. He currently serves on the Dallas Regional Chamber Education & Workforce Council. Chris has mentored numerous small businesses helping them to effectively grow and build capacity.
TEXO reserves the right to cancel all or part of the above training up to 30 days prior to the scheduled event based on attendance numbers. A minimum of five people needs to be registered for this event to be held.
- Cancellations made between 14 and 8 days prior to the start date of the activity will be refunded in full.
- Cancellations made seven days or fewer prior to the start date of the activity, no refund but substitutions may be made.
Note that refund requests must be coordinated with Ashlyn Smith
If a registered attendee is unable to attend the class a substitution can be made . Upon arrival the new attendee must inform the instructor or TEXO staff of the individuals' name he or she is replacing.
Please contact TEXO at 972-647-0697 with any questions. If your company requires a PO # or a Job Cost Account, please provide this information when registering. Thank You!