Act 241 December 5, 2017 Training

Thanks to everyone for attending.

Video will be available some time in January 2018.

December 5, 2017, 8:30 am – 12 noon

State Capitol Auditorium (Chamber Level)


Conducted by the DAGS Public Works Division

Parking Information:

  1. Parking Locations and Prices
  2. Purchasing Parking Passes
  3. Additional Parking Information

Recommended parking locations are the State Capitol Basement, Iolani Palace, Kekuanaoa Bldg., Makai Garage, South Street Garage, or the City and County of Honolulu lot.

Training Information

This training is mandated by Act 241 of the State Legislature of Hawaii 2016.

Act 241 states the following:

(a)  The comptroller shall conduct annual training for the engineering personnel of all executive departments and state agencies that manage their own capital improvement projects to ensure compliance with state adopted standards and procedures of best practices in the management and construction of capital improvement projects.


Who should attend?

  • Engineers should attend
  • Architects should attend
  • Other Project Management Personnel should attend
  • Inpectors should not attend unless they are responsible for managing projects
  • Contruction trades people should not attend unless they are responsible for managing projects
  • Executive level management should not attend unless they are actively involved in managing projects

The agenda will be as follows:

  1. Sign-in starts at 8:30 am
  2. Welcome: 9 am
  3. Introduction and Purpose of Training 9:05 am -9:15 am
  4. Standard Project Timeline (Project Initiation/Planning, Design/Permitting, Bidding, Construction, Post-Construction) 9:15 am – 11:45 am with a 15 minute break at about 10:30.

a.  Discussion on significant activities in the project timeline.

b.  Payment tracking and deliverables as they occur in the project timeline.

c.  Stakeholder input and feedback throughout the project timeline.

5.  Questions and Wrap up: 11:45 am – 12 noon

Handouts will be provided.

Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis via the web and at no cost.  A total of 200 seats will be available.

The session will be video recorded for viewing on the web for those personnel not able to attend.  The video will be available some time in January 2018.  Please check back at this web site in January for the video.

Parking in the Capitol District is limited, so it is recommended that attendees carpool.  Information on parking locations and parking passes is available at the web site above.

Contact Scott Ojiri (phone: 586-0450, e-mail: [email protected]) of our Public Works Division if you have any questions.