Construction Contracting

  • Date: Jan. 16, 2024 - May 10, 2024
  • Format: Online

This course covers various aspects of construction contracting including interpretation, formation, terms, bidding, breach, innovative methods, change orders, bonds, and federal contracting.

Construction Contracting

Course Overview:

This course covers various aspects of construction contracting including interpretation, formation, terms, bidding, breach, innovative methods, change orders, bonds, and federal contracting.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Present overview of construction relationships
  2. Review the fundamentals of contracting and interpretation
  3. Discuss bidding
  4. Outline subcontracting relationships
  5. Present bonding and insurance
  6. Analyze federal contracting requirements

Topics:

  1. Contract Formation, Terms, Interpretation,
  2. Special Provisions
  3. Legal and Regulatory Structure
  4. Bidding
  5. Bonds: Payment, Performance
  6. Subcontracting
  7. Insurance
  8. Change Orders
  9. Termination, Breach and Liquidated Damages
  10. Innovative Contracting
  11. Federal Contracting and Labor Laws
  12. Current Topics, e.g. pandemic implications

Instructor(s):

Dr. Carlos Sun
email: [email protected]

Length:

16 weeks

Department:

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Credit:

Non-credit

Audience:

Adult Learners

Accommodations:

University of Missouri Extension complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you have a disability and need accommodations in connection with participation in an educational program or you need materials in an alternate format, please notify your instructor as soon as possible so that necessary arrangements can be made.