| i. Introduction to construction project management
ii. Methods for economic evaluation of investment plans and projects
iii. Machinery replacement analysis, economic life of assets
iv. Economic analysis of public projects, cost-benefit analysis, feasibility studies
v. Accounting and depreciation, income tax considerations, effect of inflation, sensitivity analysis of economic proposals
vi. Project initiation, planning and organization, work breakdown structure (WBS)
vii. Project estimating: resource selection, activity duration and cost estimation
viii. Project scheduling, resource allocation and financial management
ix. Project tracking and control
x. Risk management in construction projects
xi. Optimization methods and applications in construction project management
xii. Information and communication technologies in construction, project management software, Building Information Modeling software in the project management field
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT
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By the end of this course, the student will be able to:
· Apply methods for economic evaluation of investment plans.
· Evaluate proposals for optimal utilization and replacement of project machinery.
· Evaluate the economic feasibility of projects and optimize their characteristics.
· Analyze, describe and graphically present the project organizational structure.
· Estimate the duration and cost of project activities.
· Perform project scheduling, resource allocation and cost management analyses.
· Perform risk management analysis.
· Incorporate optimization methods in project management decision making.
· Apply building information modelling and project management software.