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Oct 18

Engineering Seminar Series

Presenter: Joe Szymanski, Project Manager, F.H. Paschen

Managing self-performed work is an important aspect in the world of general contracting. There is a high level of risk associated with it, but if performed correctly it can have a high level of return. This seminar explores everything that goes into managing self-performed work, including estimating, budgeting, scheduling, manpower requirements, material procurement and quality control.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Managing Self-Performed Work

About the presenter

Joe Szymanski is a Project Manager for F.H. Paschen. He graduated with his bachelors in industrial technology management with an emphasis in construction management from UW Platteville in 2018. Since then, he has been a part of multiple different projects, each with different owners & delivery methods. His current role at F.H. Paschen is as a PM for the Jackson Park Mobility Improvements Project.

About the Engineering Seminar Series

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville fall 2022 Engineering Seminar Series is offered on campus and via zoom. Free and open to the public, these presentations showcase the plan, design, construction, and maintenance of real-world engineering projects and how they change our community. Attendees are eligible for one professional development hour.

Disability Statement

To request disability accommodations, contact the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science at 608.342.1561 or