Sponsored by Procore
||Thursday, July 16, 2015
||2:00 p.m. (ET) / 1:00 p.m. (CT) / 12:00 p.m. (MT) / 11:00 a.m. (PT)
||Matthew Bolyard, Senior Project Manager, Southway Builders, Inc.
Want to know what your clients really want and how to earn their repeat business every time? This webinar will provide valuable insight on day-to-day operations, throughout the entire project life cycle, as told from the general contractor’s point-of-view.
The webinar will present best practices for preconstruction planning and contract negotiation. The class will also discuss various “do’s and don’ts” throughout the entire construction process, including submittals, change orders, scheduling, safety and project closeout.
Finally, this webinar will help emerging contractors, in particular subcontractors, to understand what it takes to be a “quality” subcontractor who maintains a consistent and mutually beneficial relationship with their clients.
THIS WEBINAR IS DESIGNED TO:
- Discuss preconstruction (including bidding) best practices
- Identify key characteristics of “good” subcontractors throughout the construction process
- Provide experience-based insight (from the general contractor’s) perspective regarding the subcontractors performance throughout the entire project life cycle
About the Speaker
Matt Bolyard is a Senior Project Manager with Southway Builders, Inc., a Baltimore-based general contractor and construction manager that builds residential and commercial projects throughout the Central Maryland region. Matt received a Civil Engineering degree from Florida Tech and has also earned a MBA degree from Loyola University of Maryland.
Matt is a LEED Accredited Professional who has managed the construction of several projects, including the recently completed one-of-a kind 69-unit affordable housing for artists building in downtown Baltimore. His present assignment includes the ($4M approx.) renovation and restoration of the 200 year-old Park Plaza building in downtown Baltimore. Matt is also currently managing the conversion of the Lebow Clothing Factory into the new Baltimore Design School (approx. $20M); this marks the first of its kind for Baltimore.
Matt serves on the executive board for the ABC Baltimore Chapter board of directors as well as several committees of the Urban Land Institute chapter in Baltimore. Matt also happens to be a licensed pilot and serves at the local Civil Air Patrol squadron.