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Construction Project Management

  • Taught by Construction Management Professionals
  • Covers Fundamental to Advanced Topics
  • Provides the Skill Sets to Advance Your Career

Learn how to manage a construction project in a timely and cost-effective manner through these comprehensive, industry recognized courses. Topics include preconstruction services; contracting strategies; bidding and award practices; contracts, liability, and dispute resolution; planning, scheduling, and estimating; project management techniques and controls; safety management; risk analysis, bonds, and insurance; and quality assurance.

Construction Budgets and Financial Management

Examine the concepts and techniques of project and program cost management and learn how to apply them to construction projects.

2017 Summer
1 section

Construction Cost Estimating and Bidding

Learn the theory, procedures, and practices that are used to develop construction project estimates and final bid price.

2017 Summer
1 section

Construction Field Management

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

2017 Summer
1 section

Construction Project Management Intensive

Acquire tools and best practices to apply in construction project management that help you to complete projects on time, on budget, and within scope.

2017 Summer
1 section

Construction Project Scheduling and Control

This course covers the critical path method and other analytical and quantitative scheduling and management techniques for construction projects.

2017 Summer
1 section

Navigating Common Construction Contracts

Become familiar with the essential elements of the most commonly used construction contracts and the risks inherent in each.

2017 Summer
1 section

Obtaining New York City Building Permits, Approvals, and Certificates of Occupancy

Learn how to tailor your projects to comply with New York City Building Codes and regulatory agencies, and examine recent procedural changes.

2017 Summer
1 section

Preconstruction Project Planning and Organizing

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

2017 Summer
1 section

Principles of Project Management

Learn the industry-recognized framework for effective cost and time management of construction projects during all stages of construction.

2017 Summer
1 section

Reading and Interpreting Construction Documents: Architectural

Learn the fundamentals of reading construction documents, as well as specific symbols and features used in architectural construction documents.

2017 Summer
1 section

Construction Claims, Liability, and Dispute Resolution

Learn how to avoid construction project claims and, if necessary, how to prosecute and defend claims from presentation to formal dispute resolution.

Construction Insurance, Bonds, and Risk Management

Learn how to assess requirements for insurance coverage and manage insurance costs, which have become significant expenses on construction projects.

New Construction Commissioning: Process and Planning

Gain an understanding of building commissioning (Cx) planning and management practices for new construction projects.

Reading and Interpreting Construction Documents: MEP

Learn to read and interpret mechanical, electrical and plumbing drawings that include equipment schedules, riser diagrams, and specifications.

Reading and Interpreting Construction Documents: Structural

Learn how to read and interpret framing floor plans, elevations, sections, details, symbols, schedules, and specifications in structural drawings.

Sustainable Design and Construction

Examine current industry initiatives and practices used to economically and successfully implement ecofriendly measures in high-rise properties.

The Construction Process: Life Cycle, Organizations, and Delivery Methods

Gain an introduction to the construction process, with a focus on alternative project delivery methods and contractual approaches.