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Industry Topics

·        "Construction 101" for new managers
Construction Academy is for GCs, subs, vendors and other industry professionals that are fairly new to construction – project engineers, assistant PMs, new field engineers, etc. Current construction employees with changing areas of responsibility, and those who would benefit from having greater knowledge in certain areas of construction, should also attend. The classes help fill gaps between what is taught in college and what must be acquired on the job, and help new construction managers get up to speed more quickly and avoid pitfalls and costly mistakes.

Construction Business and Operations
Whether it’s understanding your contracts and subcontracts, learning Davis-Bacon requirements or staying current with the latest construction trends and issues, look no further than ABC of Georgia to provide the knowledge you need to keep your company safe and profitable.

·        Safety
ABC helps you protect your company and your workers. Click here to learn how.

·        Lean Construction
Our Lean Construction Series provides practical application of Lean methods and uses live discussions and hands-on simulations to keep you involved and engaged.

·        BIM
ABC Project Virtual brings affordable and effective BIM training and solutions to ABC members so they can better plan, build, and manage buildings and infrastructure. http://abcprojectvirtual.com/

·        LEED
ABC is committed to helping our members achieve their LEED accreditation by offering test preparation classes for LEED Green Associate and LEED AP+ BD&C.

·        CQM – Construction Quality Management
CQM certification is required for most Corps of Engineers, Navy and other government construction contracts. Taught by a certified NAVFAC trainer, our 1-day class provides certification upon successful completion of the course.

·        Erosion Control
Georgia law requires that “primary, secondary and tertiary permittees” have certified persons onsite during land disturbing. The certification is required for persons on sites 1 acre and larger, and those located within a common development. Our 1-day course is taught by a SWCC certified training and includes the exam to earn your “blue card.”