The Capital Programs Institute (aka CPI or the Collaborative) is the UCOP program for design, construction and project management training. Under the coordination of Design and Construction, the program provides training for the capital programs staff on all University of California campuses and laboratories. The program is a collaborative effort, drawing on the expertise and years of experience among specialists to provide dynamic sessions covering:
- current policy, process, and contract requirements
- new delivery methods and associated contract documents
- trends and changes in industry practices
- innovations in methods and systems
- business orientation in the UC context for new project managers (“project management boot camp”)
- active discussion and idea exchanges to pollinate sister campuses with consideration of best practices and lessons learned
The collaborative’s primary audience is campus capital project managers, engineers and contract administrators. However, university staff whose work entails coordination with these project staff would also benefit (e.g., capital planners, physical & environmental planners, facility managers, EH&S inspectors, fire marshals).
This program will be held in Southern and Northern California (UCI and UCM).
This program will be held in Oakland at the Executive Inn and Suites and on UCLA at Covel Commons in the Grand Horizon Room.
This program was held at UC San Diego at the Village West Building 1 in Room A on the 15th Floor.
This program was held in downtown Oakland at the 5 Star Conference Center in the Paramount Room.
This program was held in Oakland and UC San Diego at the Institute of Americas
UC Construction and the Law
The Office of General Counsel Construction attorneys provided two quality and full programs. If you are interested in the viewgraphs, please contact Emily Montan.
This program will be held at UC San Francisco and at UC San Diego. The registration fee is $50.00.
This was a free webinar sponsored by Risk Services.
This program was held at UC Berkeley and at UCLA. The registration fee is $50.00.
Laboratory HVAC Design for Energy EfficiencyNovember 28, 2012
Dale Sartor, a laboratory energy efficiency expert with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and two experienced practitioners from UC Irvine, Matt Gudorf (Energy Manager) and Lisa Mahar (EH&S) presented at this event. The course featured interactive discussion of best practices and lessons learned with participants.
Integrated Project Delivery/Controlling Construction CostsSeptember 27 and October 3, 2012
This program was held on UC San Francisco and UC Los Angeles campuses. Greg McKinnon of Hemming Morse Inc. and Sandra Beck of UC San Francisco discussed controlling construction costs and applying the concepts to Integrated Project Delivery method.
Emergency Building Assessment and Coordination: After the "Big" One
This training was provided by the CalEMA. If you were unable to attend, please visit their website and look for upcoming sessions. They also offer "train the trainer" sessions.
A program offered at UC Davis and UC Irvine.
Emergency Operations Center Workshop and TourDecember 2, 2011
This was presented at CSU Northridge. The focus of this workshop was learning from CSU Northridge's process of recovery from the 1994 earthquake.
This combined presentation contained important information on the new Labor Compliance Program requirements and recent changes to the Builders Risk insurance program, as well as a guided tour of how to implement Best Value contractor selection.
This program will cover good design and specs for roofs and skin, proper protection during the construction process and what to do if there's a leak.
Cost Recovery for Disaster ClaimsMay 2012
This program was held at UC Irvine and CSU East Bay. It was sponsored by Risk Services and focused on processing FEMA claims through CalEMA. The webinar is available for viewing and listening.
This program was presented by a representative from Cummings hitting the highlights of the changes.
This program covered a case study of energy efficiency measures and compared the new standards to what UC and CSU currently have in place.