Register Now and earn CPE CreditBest Practices in Estimating Cost-to-Compete
on September 11, 2019
While a Construction and Facilities Manager has plenty of resources at his or her disposal to prepare a Work In Progress schedule, one shortfall can be practical guidance on how to compute cost-to-complete and properly vet information provided by others in the organization.
Join specialty trade peers for a roundtable discussion to identify practical solutions and best practices that yield reliable estimates of cost-to-complete. The discussion will focus on mitigating the risk of underestimating labor cost-to-complete.
Identify basic methods for calculating cost-to-complete at various points in a project
Discuss input from estimating, project management, and engineers
Develop best practices for testing the reliability of data prepared by non-accounting personnel
Share experiences of cost projections gone bad, and possible reasons for lack of accuracy
Learn about tools, techniques, and software solutions that provide early warning systems for labor
Presentor: John Bieber: CFO, National Glass & Metal Company, Inc., Horsham, PA
John Bieber is the Chief Financial Officer for National Glass & Metal Co., Inc., an architectural metal and glass trade contractor in Horsham, PA. National Glass & Metal Co., Inc., fabricates and installs curtainwall, windows, doors, and interior glazing work for commercial projects in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, as well as storefronts for high-end retailers throughout the U.S. and Canada.
John has dedicated his entire career to serving the construction industry, including 26 years spent with two public accounting firms serving contractors and real estate developers. Most recently, he was a Director with CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C. John has served as CFO for two contractors, including five years with a heavy/highway contractor in the Philadelphia, PA market and the past eight years with National Glass.
He graduated in 1980 from Villanova University with a BS in Accounting. John has been an active member of CFMA’s Philadelphia Chapter since 1989 and has served on numerous committees and boards both locally and nationally, including as President of the Philadelphia Chapter from April 2014 through March 2016. John has also served on the CCIFP Exam Development Committee. John has been involved for many years on the Steering and Program Committees for the CFMA Mid-Atlantic Conference.
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Earn CPE Credit
This event will provide 2 CPE Credits in the Fields of Accounting & Specialized Knowledge & Applications for CPA's licensed in NJ and PA.