During this session, we will introduce students to project management. Students will learn about the various stages of project management, including project initiation, feasibility, and planning. We’ll also address how to determine the time, scope and cost of a project. Finally, students will learn about project phases and lifecycles.
In this session, students will learn how to identify players in order to build a strong project management team. We’ll also address the best ways for developing a communication strategy and plan for a project.
Delivery Methods, Contract Types, and Construction Documents
During this session, we will discuss design-bid build, design build, and negotiated general contracts. Students will learn about different contract types (Lump Sum, Unit Price, CMA, CM@R with GMP, Cost Plus) and when to use them. We’ll also address developing plans, print and drawing, as well as specifications related to projects.
In this session, students will learn about the four core areas of project management (execution bidding, quality management, time management, and procurement management). Students will also be assigned a case study during this week.
During this session, students will review the case study assignments they were given during the previous week. We’ll also discuss the issues of safety, changes and change orders, and risk management.
In this session, students will review the case study they were assigned during the previous week. We will discuss the various related to closing out a project, including project closeout, commissioning, document collection and storage, and sustainability.
Cost Control Management
In this session, students will learn in-depth about the financial aspects of construction management. We’ll discuss how to monitor and control costs on a project.
During this session, students will learn how to manage multiple projects. They will be taught how to monitor and control progress for each project and will be assigned a case study to demonstrate what they’ve learned during the week.
Instructor: Edward C. Newman III, PE, CCM, LEED AP, Vice President, Project Management Group, Hill International
Construction Management for Owners is approved for the following Education Credit:
16 hours credit toward the Certificate of Advanced Study in Commercial Real Estate Development.
16 AIA/CES Learning Units
16 Professional Development Hours (PDH)
1.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Tuition & Register
Tuition & Register
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