The ARTBA Foundation’s (TDF) highlyacclaimed Project Management Academy (PMA) and P6® Scheduling Academy, designed to help both new and experienced transportation construction industry professionals better manage their firm’s projects, will take place back-to-back during the second week of April in Washington, D.C. The PMA, scheduled for April 7-9, will be led by several industry experts and
cover topics such as planning & scheduling, construction documentation, management & leadership, resource management, economics of safety, client relations and industry ethics. The April 9-11 P6® Scheduling Academy will provide in-depth instruction on Primavera Project Planner (P6®) software and other “tricks of the trade” to help efficiently track key project aspects, such as people, materials, operational benchmarks and payment schedules. The program will be led by Dr. Newitt, author of “Construction Scheduling, Principles and Practices” and an acclaimed construction management expert. There are three registration options: PMA is $1,999 for ARTBA members ($2,499 for non-members), P6 Scheduling Academy is $1,700 for ARTBA members ($1,999 for non-members), or register for both and ARTBA members and non-members will pay $2,699 and $3,199 respectively. Both academies are sponsored by the ARTBA-TDF’s educational arm, the “Transportation Builder Institute,” allowing attendees to earn up-to 32 Professional Development Hours. Register or contact ARTBA’s Kashae Williams for more information.