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COAA's 2016 Fall Owners Leadership Conference
Over 250 Owners, contractors, service providers, and construction stakeholders joined COAA in Atlanta, Georgia this November for its 2016 Fall Owners Leadership Conference.l...Full story
COAA MEMBER Q&A: Keith Douglas
Keith has been one of the biggest champions of knowledge transfer within COAA. He currently serves the COAA Board of Directors as Director-at-Large. We talked with him about COAA, his work at Whiting-Turner, and industry experience....Full story
The Challenges of Early Completion Schedules
Owners must seriously consider all aspects of when they are to accept care, custody, and control of a facility in drafting their contract terms....Full story
Kitch Attorneys & Counselors
When it comes to construction projects, you can’t simply rely on luck to see things through. Let the Kitch firm help you anticipate and resolve construction or legal issues that may arise – or better yet, avoid them all together. Visit our website.
Industry News
COAA Announces New Board Members at Fall Owners Leadership Conference
Two new members were named and two incumbents were re-elected to the Construction Owners Association of America (COAA) board of directors, as announced at COAA’s Fall Owners Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia....
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COAA OTI Course - Project Management: An Owner's Perspective (January 2017)
Running January 18 & 19, owners’ project managers will learn how to lead and motivate a project team to achieve project success.  Specific tools, strategies and options will be shared in this one-day sessions...More details
COAA Webinar - Safety First: Why Should Owners Care (December 2016)
While regulations have reduced incident rates dramatically over the last few decades, further improvements can only be attained by promoting a top-down culture of caring – one that stimulates the emotional intelligence of the workforce to make good personal choices. This December, Charlie Bacon will give his unique perspective as a trade partner as to why owners should care and what the payback is....More details
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