Estimating Jobs and a job well done (includes energy code)
This is a beginners class on how to put together an estimate. It covers takeoffs from electronic blueprints, organizing the estimate, and figuring your overhead and profit. A basic understanding of excel is needed.
New technologies that assist in Budgeting, Estimating, Safety, Energy efficiency and Project management. Reviews the current energy code with Utah state amendments, the 5 pathways for compliance, and offers insight on new products on the market with a relatively low cost that can make a big difference in the energy efficiency of your buildings, new or existing. Regulation updates affecting: Licensing requirements for both specialty (sub-contractors) contractors and general contractors New OSHA requirements for silica SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan) Includes energy code
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Ken Adams is the Division Manger for Magleby Remodeling and has been in the construction industry for the past 25 years. He has always had a passion for construction and thoroughly enjoys going to work each day. While earning his construction management degree he worked for Mountain Fuel (now Questar Gas). Afterwards he moved to South Carolina and worked as superintendent and project manger for six years when Paul Magleby convinced him to move back to Utah and run Magleby Construction’s remodel division. Since then he has been heavily involved in the NAHB Remodelers and served as SLHBA Remodelers chair person in 2009 and has been part of the NAHB Green committee. He is currently finishing up his MBA at the University of Utah and is excited to spend more time with his family.