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CMAA PD Session - Professional Ethics for the Construction Manager

December 11, 2014
11:00 AM CST to 1:00 PM CST
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Venue Location
1515 Poydras St., 5th Floor Auditorium
New Orleans, LA 70112
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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Have you experienced or observed a construction industry-related act or transaction that you would consider unethical in the past year? If you answered “yes”, then you are among the vast majority of owners, architects, construction managers, contractors, subcontractors and others who have had experience with unethical acts in the construction industry. Besides the potential loss of dollars, the loss of trust may be even more detrimental. But how do we consider what is right and wrong in different circumstances or from different points of view and apply them to what we actually do when confronted with those circumstances?

Join us for a lively panel discussion on this important topic, which will provide insight into the different perspectives of this issue as well as real-world examples.

Through this program, you will gain an understanding of:

• Code of Ethics of the construction manager

• Ethics expectations from the perspectives of a construction contractor, a construction manager, an auditor, and an owner

• Challenges faced and strategies from the four perspectives

 

PRESENTED BY:

Michael Assaf, General Manager/Partner at Roubion Construction Co., LLC, is a civil engineer who has managed roads, bridges, and infrastructure rehabilitation projects. He also has extensive experience in cost estimation, project controls, inspection, and QC/QA for project sizes ranging from $1M to $30M.

Edward Green, PE, CCM, Jacobs Engineering, has over 25 years’ experience in project and construction management to public and private clients and serves as Design Manager for the City of New Orleans (CNO) Department of Public Works Recovery Roads Program.

Peter Smith, Assistant Inspector General of the Construction Fraud Division within the CNO Office of Inspector General (OIG). The Construction Fraud Division mission is to provide oversight, and detect and prevent fraud related to the new terminal project at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Vince Smith, Capital Projects Administrator leading the CNO’s project management staff in providing administrative and technical oversight to construction projects for the City’s $1B Capital and Community Development Program.

 

Addtionally: The CMAA Chapter will be collecting non-perishable items to donate for the holiday food drive.

Tickets

$20.00 Member

$30.00 Non-Member

$5.00 Student

$0.00 Owner

$6.00 2 Hour Parking Voucher

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