May
20
Fri
Coffee with Counsel
May 20 @ 9:00 am
May 20, 2022 at 9:00am

Challenging Liquidated Damage Assessments

Join us for our next Coffee with Counsel on May 20 at 9:00am. APC’s legal counsel Jim Kutz will discuss the rationale and enforceability of liquidated damage clauses contained in highway construction contracts, as well as strategies for challenging the assessment of such damages. This interactive webinar will focus the numerous forms of liquidated damages contained in the Form 408 Specifications, including CE Liquidated damages, RULDs, work zone liquidated damages, and the de facto liquidated damages in the form of reductions in payments based on PWL tables.

This event is for APC members only.

May
25
Wed
Weekly Online Update
May 25 @ 1:00 pm

APC will be holding its next update for the membership on May 25, 2022 @ 1:00pm. APC staff will be on hand to provide updates on issues impacting the highway construction industry.

We encourage members to submit topics for discussion in the Questions & Comments section of the registration form.

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    • Registration is mandatory and must be completed before the start of the webinar.
    • APC Members Only Event
Jul
22
Fri
APC Flagger Train-The-Trainer Program
Jul 22 @ 8:00 am

July 22, 2022 @ 8:00am

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Publication 213 requires that all flaggers, at minimum, shall have training as per the most current version of Publication 408, Section 901.3 Flagger Training. This requirement applies to anyone performing flagging duties on any public roadway in Pennsylvania. APC is offering this Flagging Train-the-Trainer course to help attendees comply with the requirements in Publication 213. It has been designed to satisfy the minimum training guidelines outlined in Publication 408. Trainees that successfully complete this session will receive a wallet-sized training verification card and access to the PowerPoint, 20-question exam, and a template to create future trainee verification cards. The materials provided to attendees can then be used to train their own flaggers.