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Jay Parrish is a Commercial and Residential Construction Project Manager & Estimator who has learned from experience that targeted training efforts upfront will help Field and Office managers take on bigger and more complicated projects earlier in their careers.  He knows that proficiency is the pathway to profit, and he devotes his expertise to helping business and individuals succeed.

Building Futures Testimonials

"Jay has a long history in Construction Management and has put together a course to teach the basics of Project Management. His course is a guided on-line class that would benefit anyone in construction that seeks greater understanding of what Project Management is all about. Jay has an engaging teaching style and deep understanding of construction. I believe that there is a wide array of people that would benefit from this course.  Jay has my full endorsement.”  

-Jon M., Principal


Employer Outcome

  • Trained personnel that have learned the core fundamentals of Construction Project Management, faster and earlier on, with a high predictability of outcome

  • Employees with construction management documentation administration skill sets that are used throughout a career

  • Focused training up front that enables the Field and Project Managers to take on bigger and more complicated projects earlier in their careers

  • Employee Retention: Demonstrate that upper management has a genuine interest in employee development

  • Continuity throughout your company

  • Predictable growth patterns


Individual Outcome

  • Read contemporary Commercial & Residential Drawings and Specifications

  • Showcase applicable / fundamental construction Project Management skills

  • Know Project Management documentation and administration

  • Apply best practices that are favored and recognized by industry professionals

  • Create opportunities for real mentorship in lieu of entry-level supervision

  • Replace “deer in the headlights” experiences with knowledge based strategy and problem solving

  • See complications clearly and solve problems confidently


Outcome for Everyone

  • Improve productivity: Reduce the pressure on employees who have to bear the responsibility of “bringing someone else up to speed”

  • Confirm who is capable (and promotable) earlier

  • Foster good work habits that reduce unnecessary interruptions and mistakes. Bad habits are hard to undue

  • Showcase outward facing abilities

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