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Interested in getting more involved in CMAA Oregon?

Interested in getting more involved in CMAA Oregon?

Interested in getting more involved in CMAA Oregon? Interested in getting more involved in CMAA Oregon?

CMAA Oregon Chapter items to consider in the COVID-19 Era

Lead by example.

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

Practice social distancing and enhanced hygiene at all times on construction sites so that all workers understand that compliance is mandatory.  Dispel rumors, stick to the facts, and be supportive of workers who may be experiencing personal difficulties. 

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

 Look at your project’s materials, equipment and personnel needs for the next few months, verify availability regularly, and develop mitigation plans. 

Follow the guidance.

Prepare a supply chain analysis.

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

 Your organization, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter, and OR-OSHA have all provided guidance and requirements for maintaining our essential construction industry in this time period.  Become familiar with the guidance and help develop other best practices for your project. 

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

OR-OSHA

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

OR-OSHA

 CMAA is leading the growth and acceptance of construction management as a professional discipline that can add significant value to the entire construction process, from conception to ongoing operation. The mission of CMAA is to promote the profession of construction management and the use of qualified Construction Managers on projects and programs. The vision of CMAA is that all owners will realize capital project and program success by using professionally qualified Construction Managers (CMs). 

Future Events on Hold-See you all this Summer/Fall!

Stay safe and healthy!  Check out some webinars in the meantime:  https://www.cmaanet.org/education-training/live-webinars