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Michael Ross

Michael Ross

Adjunct Instructor

Michael Ross is an adjunct professor of Construction Management and Methods and Materials at NYU, where he has lectured for over 25 years. Mr. Ross has 45 years of experience in the construction industry, where he began as a draftsman with trade contractors and became project manager with a NY architectural firm.. He then worked for 37 years as a senior project manager and vice president for Tishman Realty & Construction and Bovis Lend Lease, two of the largest NY construction management firms. He managed projects including the alteration of Carnegie Hall and construction of courthouses, apartment buildings, hotels and schools. While focusing on the New York market, Mr. Ross has also managed construction in London, San Francisco and Miami.

Currently Teaching

Construction Methods and Materials: Building Interiors

Examine the methods, materials, and systems used in constructing the architectural components of buildings.

Preconstruction Project Planning and Organizing

Learn preconstruction project methods and procedures to identify issues, prevent delays, avoid cost overruns, and achieve successful outcomes.

Construction Field Management

Learn to manage the construction phase of a project, and examine a project superintendent’s role, responsibilities, and tasks.

Construction Project Management

Gain knowledge of the concepts and techniques to coordinate, monitor, and supervise construction projects, from kickoff to closeout.