Construction Auditing: Where to Start and How to make it Work for Your Organization
Mitigating financial risk and ensuring construction dollars are spent wisely are fundamental to construction programs. Today’s economic environment demands facility development directors be technically proficient, risk averse, and financially savvy. Reducing project construction costs without loss of features and functionality can be accomplished with rigorous project financial controls and a risk management program.
Attend this program to learn strategies to reduce construction costs and project administrative burden, minimize change orders, and provide stakeholders assurance that maximum value is realized for their construction investment. An interactive case study will be used to demonstrate these strategies, from preconstruction activities to the final walk-through.
Specific learning objectives
Participants in this program will learn how to:
· Recognize key construction terminology
· Analyze a construction contract and prepare a risk matrix
· Identify gaps in the owner’s current construction activities and responsibilities
· Perform procedures to assess construction work in progress and adherence to compliance requirements
· Develop a construction audit program
Who should attend?
· Internal Auditors
· Ethics Officers
· Compliance Officers
· Executives with construction management responsibilities
About the presenter
Tony Ollmann, Director
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
Tony brings more than twenty year of experience in the construction industry to his role as the leader of Baker Tilly’s construction risk services practice. Tony blends compliance with operations experience by leveraging his knowledge gained as a project controls and systems director for a national engineer, procure, and construct firm, a lean construction consultant, and more than a dozen years with Baker Tilly’s real estate services team. Tony has led numerous construction project audits for higher education institutions, healthcare organizations, and not-for-profit organizations.
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