Peer Review Committee is Offering a Free Training Course for Peer Review Captains

GBA Peer Review Committee

GBA applies 51 years of peer experience to help you prosper, and one of the most visible ways it does this is through GBA Peer Review. Engineering News-Record lauded GBA Peer Review as one of the 125 most significant construction industry innovations of the prior 125 years. GBA Peer Review was the only association program cited. GBA Peer Review provides valuable feedback on your existing business practices so you can improve. It can help enhance the quality of your practice while simultaneously reducing your exposure to professional liability claims and losses.

GBA Peer Review is voluntary. It is not used to grade a firm; it does not lead to a certification of any kind. The process has been designed solely to provide a framework for improvement. Firms participating in GBA Peer Review recognize that no one can better render informed guidance than peers who themselves have extensive, successful management experience.

The Peer Review Committee is working on refreshing the process of the peer reviews and the list of available Peer Reviewers and Team Captains. The updated Peer Reviewer’s Guide includes a Team Captain/ Peer Reviewer qualification form which can also be found here. If you are interested in being a Peer Reviewer or Team Captain, please complete the form and send it to Sara Menase or Stu Thompson by August 10th. This will allow us to update the list of Team Captains/Peer Reviewers for firms to choose from when they sign up for a peer review. If you do not complete the form, you will not be listed.

The Committee also is scheduling a Peer Reviewer and Team Captain training course on September 21st at 1:00 PM Eastern via Zoom. This training will include the recently developed guidance on virtual peer reviews. Please plan to participate in this training if you are interested in being a Peer Reviewer or Team Captain.

Apply to be a GBA Peer Reviewer: HERE