CMAA Southern Nevada Chapter provides members with professional development acitivites through monthly breakfast events, education events and CCM certification. Through CMAA National, CMAA’s Professional Development Department provides the construction manager with the industry’s most competent source for professional education and training relating to your chosen profession, the fastest growing in the construction industry.
This course will benefit anyone seeking to acquire sound basic CM knowledge, as well as more experienced professionals seeking a fresher, continuing education or effective preparation for the Certified Construction Manager examination.
Looking to get your foot in the door in this fast paced and challenging industry? A connection to the profession and the path leading to the CCM is the driving purpose of CMAA’s fast growing CMIT program. Enter at or near graduation as you begin your career.
Online Learning Center
Discover CMAA’s catalogue of flexible computer-based education tools that provide CM/PMs the knowledge needed to advance at every stage of their careers.
Attend one of CMAA’s National events and earn continuing education credits as you delve into today’s most critical industry topics.
A credit value is assigned to CMAA courses and seminars in both Professional Development Hours (PDH) and Continuing Education Units (CEU). One educational contact hour equals one (1) PDH, or one tenth (.1) of a CEU.
What Do We Stand For?
The professional construction management services concept has grown out of a universal recognition throughout the design and construction community that quality-focused, cost-effective, dispute- and injury-free project delivery does not occur without a deliberate commitment and effort to manage the project delivery process. The cost and complexity of today’s capital projects, the importance of time, and the need to deal with unanticipated events and unforeseen conditions all argue the need for an integrated and managed approach to planning, design, and construction of the built environment.
Owners are faced with an array of project delivery options, each of which involves costs and benefits matched against the needs of the owner and the specific project. The task of management is to ensure that the value of those various project delivery methodologies is realized in achieving the owner’s objectives.
Professional construction management services are selected on the basis of qualifications and experience matched to the needs of the owner and the project and compensated on the basis of a negotiated fee for the scope of services rendered. This approach results in a cost-effective, dedicated representation of the owner’s interests free from potential conflicts with regard to the cost of the project.