CO 235 Construction Planning
S2OO 2006 WO
Wolfe, Kristy L.
Bachelor of Science in Construction EngineeringMaster of Science in Engineering Management
March 20, 2006 - May 12, 2006
5:00 - 10:20 PM
Textbook: Barrie, D. S. & Paulson, B.C. (1992). Professional construction management (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Publishers. ISBN: 0-07-003889-9.
Course Description: Basic construction management functions: preparation of work schedules, requests for progress payments, evaluation of alternative methods of construction, and equipment usage. 3:0:3
Educational Philosophy: I will use lectures, readings, quizzes, a final exam, and a report to determine student understanding of the material.
Class Assessment: The student is expected to complete all reading assignments prior to class and be prepared to present assigned problems to the rest of the class. Homework will be collected and graded. Problems must be legible, well organized and done in a logical, professional manner (no torn edges on paper). Poorly done homework will receive a much reduced grade. Students must take all quizzes, the test, and complete the project.
Grading: The final grade will be based on the following breakdown
Below 60 F
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late work is not accepted without prior approval.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Be professional and complete work in such a manner.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: SESSION/DATE SUBJECT ASSIGNMENT
Week 1/March 22 Introduction to Construction Management Chapter 1
Project Life Cycle Chapter 2
Organization for CM Chapter 3
Example Project Chapter 4
REPORT ASSIGNMENT and PRESENTATION TIME
Week 2/March 29 Pre-Construction Consideration Chapter 5
Bidding Chapter 6
HOMEWORK #1 Due
Week 3/April 5 Construction and Project Close-Out Chapter 7
Project Controls Chapter 8
HOMEWORK #2 Due
Week 4/April 12 Selecting a Construction Manager Chapter 9
Methods of Planning and Control Chapter 10
HOMEWORK #3 Due
Week 5/April 19 Estimating Project Costs Chapter 11
Cost Engineering Chapter 13
Risk Management, Insurance Chapter 18
HOMEWORK #4 Due QUIZ #3
HOMEWORK #3 Due
Week 6/April 26 Planning and Control Chapter 12
Purchasing and Contracting Chapter 14
Industrial Relations Chapter 19
REPORT PRESENTATIONS (1/2)
Week 7/May 3 Value Engineering Chapter 15
Quality Assurance Chapter 16
REPORT PRESENTATIONS (1/2)
Week 8/May 10 FINAL EXAMINATION
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Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
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