Value Engineering for Construction Professionals
In today’s highly competitive marketplace, the practice of Value Engineering brings benefits to businesses such as decreasing costs, increasing profits and improving quality without affecting the overall integrity of the project.
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Value Engineering Seminar gives construction professionals and companies an added tool when bidding for and executing projects.
This one-day, 6-hour seminar will include:
- A brief Introduction to the concept of Value Engineering
- An interactive trial study
- Developing a 5-step job plan
- Real-world case studies
- The application of Value Engineering to the fields of Architecture, Engineering and Construction
About the Instructor
Christopher D. Ling, AIA, NCARB, PP, LEED AP, CCT
Christopher D. Ling is a forensic architect who has been working in the construction industry since 1986. Mr. Ling is licensed in nine states and holds a national certification for architecture. He was chair of the AIA New Jersey Professional Practice Committee and maintains an active design practice. Mr. Ling also teaches seminars to the NJ State Bar Association's Construction Law Practice and has been published in various publications.