Construction QualityManagementAfter completing this course, the student will understand theobjective of construction quality management related to:establishing quality requirements, controlling quality duringconstruction, and taking necessary measures to assure quality.This course through lecture and guided discussion sessions,covers a background of the CQC system, inclusion of quality indocuments, responsibilities of the contractor and thegovernment under this system, implementation, andenforcement. Case studies are used to the maximum withemphasis on student participation.December 5-6, 2013Day One -8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Day Two -8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.NEW LOCATION:National University10901 Gold Center DrRancho Cordova, CA 95670$300 - Members$350 - Non MembersOnline Registration DiscountSave $25!!!$275- Members$325 - Non MembersVisit: www.agc-ca.orgParticipants who successfully complete the course will be givena Certificate from the Corps of Engineers valid for 5 years. Thiscertificate allows individuals to practice as CQC Managers onCorps of Engineers and NAVFAC construction projects.Who Should Attend:A must for contractors that want do business with the ArmyCorp of Engineers and NAV/FAC, all Construction QualityControl personnel, General Contractors, Project Managers,Superintendents, and Owners
Meet the instructor:Larry J. Smith, P.E., F.ASCE, CCMConstruction QualityManagementLarry J. Smith, P.E., F.ASCE, CCM is the Chief of Construction Branch for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,Sacramento District. He manages a team of 125 engineers and constructionmanagers overseeing military and civil construction in Northern California,Northern Nevada, and Utah. Mr. Smith has a bachelor’s and master’sdegrees in civil engineering from the University of Utah. Larry is a RegisteredProfessional Engineer in California and Utah and a CertifiedConstruction Manager.Larry is an instructor for the Corps of Engineers Professional DevelopmentCenter teaching Construction Contract Administration, Network Scheduling,Construction Quality Management and a host of short subjects on demand forCorps of Engineers students around the globe.Larry has held numerous positions in construction serving 18 years as a Resident Engineer. Larry is aLevel II Administrative Contracting Officer. He was awarded the Distinguished Owners Award by theConstruction Management Association of America. Mr. Smith served as Chair of the SAME/ASCE 2007Levee Conference attended by over 600 professionals working to improve awareness of flood controlissues in California and the nation.Please make checks payable to AGC of CaliforniaEmail firstname.lastname@example.org, send, or fax this with payment to AGC of California, Inc.,3095 Beacon Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 Attn: Jeanine Jansen - Ph No: 916-371-2422 Fax No: 916-371-2352Remember register online and pay $25 less!! (www.agc-ca.org)Name of Participant:_____________________________________________ Company:__________________________________________Address:__________________________________________________________ City:___________________ State:____ ZipCode: ______Telephone:_______________________________________ E-mail: _________________________________________________________Method of Payment (Full Payment with registration)Total amount due: $_______________Check # ______________________Purchase Order No.: ____________Charge to: __ AM Ex ___ MC ____ VisaMember: $300 Non Member: $350Expiration Date Mo. __________ YR. ________Card Number:_________________________________ Signature: ___________________________________________________________Name on Card ____________________________________________________________________________________________________Note: ALL Cancellations require two-week advance notice. Late cancels and “No-shows” WILL be charged all applicable fees. NoExceptions. AGC of California must be protected from losses on events, all participants are responsible for the cost of theiradvance reservation whether they attend or not, unless cancellation is received by November 22, 2013. All Registrations after November22, 2013 are non-refundable.