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Successful Construction Project Management is not only critical to the success of the project engineer, construction manager and the contractor, but reduces overall costs to the owner and society. Modern construction presumes an in-depth understanding of the theory and techniques associated with computer-based planning, analysis and control. This is a practice oriented, construction project-planning, management and control course emphasizing network-based tools, time-money analysis and standard quantitative and qualitative techniques. The Planning, Management, Communication, and Control skills necessary to function effectively on complex projects share a common requirement for understanding scheduling, cost control, and their inter-relationship. 3 credit hours..

 
   

Instructor
 

Dr. Edward J. Jaselskis, Professor
Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering
North Carolina State University
Mann Hall 224A, Box 7908
NCSU Campus
Raleigh, NC 27695

Phone: 919-515-1158
Email: ejjasels@ncsu.edu

   
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