Atlanta Building News
February 19, 2013


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Increase efficiency and simplify your planning and scheduling skills!

The ability to plan a project—to estimate both the cost and the time to complete it—is vital to your success. Proper use of scheduling will increase efficiency, team satisfaction, client satisfaction and profitability. Similarly, vendors, trade contractors and employees prefer to deal with an organized, well-managed company for one simple reason—it’s more profitable. The goal of this course is to equip you with the knowledge and tools to use schedules effectively in your business.

As a graduate of this course, you will be able to:
•    Explain the importance of scheduling as a business system;
•    Describe schedules and their basic components;
•    Explain how schedules are used as vital communication, project management and business management tools;
•    Describe how schedules provide solutions for the unique challenges faced by small volume, custom and production builders and remodelers.

Paul Mashburn will facilitate this session. Paul is a licensed builder and real estate broker in the state of Florida. He has spent much of his career in the construction industry, including managerial and supervisory positions ranging from residential building to heavy commercial and including some military defense projects. He is past president of his local home builders association and is a senior life director of NAHB.  As the first chairman of the Board of Education at NAHB, he was instrumental in the creation of the NAHB University of Housing, which oversees its educational courses and designation programs.

Cost: $175 Greater Atlanta HBA member, $195 other HBA member, $225 non-member
Designation Credit: CGA, CGB, CGR
Cont. Ed: 6 CPHB, 6 GA Bldr License, CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGR, GMB, CSP, MCSP, CMP, MIRM

Click here to register to attend. Call 678-775-1469 or e-mail with any questions.

Interested in sponsoring this class? Contact Amanda Mathis at 678-775-1469 for details.


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