Construction Field Management
Learn how to manage the construction phase of a project, from start-up to closeout, and examine the role, responsibilities, and specific tasks of a project superintendent on a construction site. Gain insights into all facets of construction field management: scope of work; layouts and surveying; security, safety, and environmental considerations; shop drawings and cut sheets; logistics and control of material; project documentation, logs, and reports; project activity coordination; change order and schedule management; testing and quality control; risk management and problem solving; the impacts of uncovering unknown conditions; and the project punch list and closeout. Learn about securing Temporary Certificates of Occupancy and interfacing with municipalities, and discuss code compliance and permits, inspection requirements, and community relations. The course also covers the coordination of trades, requests for information, labor union requirements and relationships, labor management, cost and manpower responsibilities, and shanty set-up. In addition, hone your knowledge of leadership, motivation, meeting management, communications, ethics, and personnel management skills.
You'll Walk Away with
- Familiarity with construction site management tasks
- The ability to manage construction projects
- Construction project managers
- Construction project superintendents