Construction Management - New Trends

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Construction Management
Construction Technology
Construction Planning and Management Systems using Primavera
Fundamentals of Construction Costs and Estimating
Plumbing Systems I: Code and Engineering
Construction Changes and Claims Documentation
Legal Aspects of Construction Projects and Contracts
Principles of Structural Analysis
Advanced Estimating and Management of Project Costs in the Preconstruction and Construction Phases
Construction Surveying and Metrics
Construction Budget and Cost Control
Construction Job Site Management
Construction Project Management Using MS Project
Reading Construction Blueprints
Electrical Design and Construction
The Solar Energy Solution: Harnessing Solar Power in the Home and Office
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Introduction to Building Information Modeling
Construction Estimating and Design Analysis Using BIM
Land Development Procedures

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Construction Management - New Trends

  1. 1. Construction Management New trends to manage construction projects. Created By: Ahmed El-Askalany, CSTE, CSQA, PMP, CQIA, ITIL https://www.facebook.com/EdgeConsultancyInc E-mail: EdgeConsultancyInc@Gmail.com
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Construction Management 2. Construction Technology 3. Construction Planning and Management Systems using Primavera 4. Fundamentals of Construction Costs and Estimating 5. Plumbing Systems I: Code and Engineering 6. Construction Changes and Claims Documentation 7. Legal Aspects of Construction Projects and Contracts 8. Principles of Structural Analysis 9. Advanced Estimating and Management of Project Costs in the Preconstruction and Construction Phases 10. Construction Surveying and Metrics 11. Construction Budget and Cost Control 12. Construction Job Site Management 13. Construction Project Management Using MS Project 14. Reading Construction Blueprints 15. Electrical Design and Construction 16. The Solar Energy Solution: Harnessing Solar Power in the Home and Office 17. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design 18. Introduction to Building Information Modeling 19. Construction Estimating and Design Analysis Using BIM 20. Land Development Procedures
  3. 3. Construction Management Cover the basic principles and responsibilities in construction management, including a description of the relationship between builder and owner, and the many contract types and project delivery methods. By defining and controlling the scope of a project, CM learn the functions of the construction manager: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and managing other team members. Other topics include management principles, estimating, scheduling, budgeting, purchasing, design, safety, insurance, and construction techniques.
  4. 4. Construction Management
  5. 5. Construction Technology This area studies construction materials, equipment, methods, and regulatory influences. Topics include construction for site and civil work, seismic resistance, technology of basic building materials, interior and exterior finishes, plumbing and electrical and mechanical systems. Current developments in materials, systems, and construction techniques are discussed in light of changing factors of production, regulatory constraints, and current trends.
  6. 6. Construction Technology
  7. 7. Construction Planning P3 Construction Planning and Management Systems Using Primavera (Hybrid) An in-depth use and application of the current systems and techniques applied in construction planning, scheduling, control, and delay impact analysis. Project emphasizes the Critical Path Method approach to developing baseline schedules, progress measurement, earned value, integrated management systems, and as-planned versus as-built analysis. It needs hands-on computerized scheduling using Primavera Systems software.
  8. 8. Construction Planning P3
  9. 9. Construction Cost and Estimation Overview of the basic procedures for estimating general construction costs. Topics include the preparation of quantity surveys (take-offs) and the development of material, labor, and equipment costs, including pricing of contractor and subcontractor work from actual working drawings and specifications.
  10. 10. Construction Cost and Estimation
  11. 11. Plumbing Systems I: Code and Engineering Fundamentals Reviews codes and basic engineering principles and graphic presentations related to plumbing systems design, including load calculations, piping design, and equipment selection, based upon the latest issue of several plumbing codes. It covers plumbing fixtures and piping material selection. Topics include a brief plumbing history, plumbing fixtures, sanitary waste and vent, traps, pumps and sewage ejectors, potable hot and cold water, and storm water
  12. 12. Plumbing Systems I: Code and Engineering Fundamentals
  13. 13. Construction Changes and Claims Documentation An overview of the change, order, and claims procedures for private and public work contracts. Identification, notification, documentation, preparation, presentation, and negotiation of change orders and claims are covered, as well as avoiding changes, risk control, claims management, inefficiency, and consequential damages. These topics are explained from the perspective of both the contractor and owner. We includes using Primavera System software to analyze the impact of change orders.
  14. 14. Construction Changes and Claims Documentation
  15. 15. Legal Aspects of Construction Projects and Contracts This area covers common construction law errors, basic contract and real estate principles in the construction context, contractor licensing, and bidding. Instruction also examines "standard" construction industry documents, including AIA 201 general conditions, breach by owner, breach by contractor, construction claims and damages, warranties and insurance, construction lending and deeds of trust, mechanics' liens, bonds, stop notices, and litigation and arbitration.
  16. 16. Legal Aspects of Construction Projects and Contracts
  17. 17. Principles of Structural Analysis An understanding of the fundamental structural concepts that individuals working in the field of construction management need to have. It provides an introduction to structural analysis, and focuses on classification of structural elements; analysis of statically determinate trusses, beams, and frames; deflections in elementary structures; and load calculations.
  18. 18. Principles of Structural Analysis
  19. 19. Advanced Construction Costs and Estimating Overviews processes and strategies to control project costs from conception through completion. It covers the development of full project estimates, conceptual estimating, value engineering, competitive bidding, CM at risk, the preconstruction process, incorporating sustainability, self-performed work, working with subcontractors, change order management, and maximization of profits. Advanced Estimating and Management of Project Costs in the Preconstruction and Construction Phases
  20. 20. Advanced Construction Costs and Estimating
  21. 21. Construction Surveying and Metrics An introduction to the mathematics and measurement procedures for surveying and construction layout. Topics include the fundamentals of surveying, the principles of distance and angular measurement, traverse surveys and computations, and leveling with specific application to construction.
  22. 22. Construction Surveying and Metrics
  23. 23. Construction Budget and Cost Control It covers the methods and procedures used in budgeting, procuring, and controlling the cost of commercial construction projects, as well as forecasting, monitoring, and appraising project cost performance through the use of manual and computer techniques. CM needs to apply methods of controlling and projecting material, labor, and equipment costs in order to identify problem areas during construction and take the necessary steps to avoid financial losses.
  24. 24. Construction Budget and Cost Control
  25. 25. Job Site Management This Area addresses construction project management components from the contractor's perspective, with an emphasis on publicly owned projects. You examine all facets of project management tools on jobsite and the expected roles of the site management team (project managers, project/field engineers and superintendents) as well as all aspects of a typical, large-sized project from project planning to closeout. CM needs management skills and techniques to effectively manage construction jobsite projects..
  26. 26. Job Site Management
  27. 27. Construction Management MS Project It presents the software programs used to manage and control construction projects. Instruction features hands-on training in the use of Microsoft Project 2010 Professional software to conduct multiple tasks such as preparing construction schedules which include definitions of detailed activities and assignments of logic relationships; defining and managing costs and resources (labor, equipment, and materials); sorting and categorizing information; preparing monthly updates of schedules; reviewing, analyzing, and troubleshooting schedules; developing, analyzing, and presenting delay issues; and producing reports and graphics
  28. 28. Construction Management MS Project
  29. 29. Reading Construction Blueprints An introduction to the reading and analysis of construction blueprints. Topics include a review of the necessary mathematics, symbols and drawn line interpretations, dimensioning, a survey of specifications, plot plans, foundations, framing, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and masonry plans. CM will works with small groups to resolve typical problems encountered by the working professional today, such as errors, omissions, and code non- compliance. As it is common in today's construction industry, participants change groups continually.
  30. 30. Reading Construction Blueprints
  31. 31. Electrical Design and Construction As a specialty trade in the construction industry, electrical systems can be complex and confusing to the non-expert. CM will know the essentials of electrical systems for commercial construction with an overview of fundamentals, construction procedures, electrical equipment, electrical design, and regulatory requirements. Instruction emphasizes the integration of electrical systems with project site development and related construction trades. CM will need to know the current requirements of the California Electrical Code and other building and construction regulations as well as applicability to green building design and sustainability development. Topics also include Electrical plan reading, single-line diagram design, panel schedule design, and load calculations
  32. 32. Electrical Design and Construction
  33. 33. The Solar Energy Solution: Harnessing Solar Power in the Home and Office Area about how to augment your home and/or business power requirements with solar energy. CM will know a general overview of the knowledge needed to choose and ultimately design an appropriate system. CM will know the various forms of solar energy with a specific emphasis on solar electricity (i.e., how electricity can be generated, stored and utilized in the home and workplace through solar energy). In addition, Solar Areas covers typical solar system models in order to understand how the prerequisite subsystems and their associated components are integrated into a final conceptual working system. CM need to know how to calculate anticipated electrical load requirements and the system sizing required to meet these objectives. Additional topics include: proper installation techniques, methods of monitoring systems performance, and the maintenance procedures required to assure maximum system efficiency. CM should be interested in and concerned about the financial, environmental, and self- sufficient aspects of solar energy. A basic electrical/mechanical educational background is helpful due to the technology. Home and business owners, contractors, sales people, entrepreneurs seeking business opportunities, and those who have a keen interest in solar technology significantly benefit from this Area.
  34. 34. The Solar Energy Solution: Harnessing Solar Power in the Home and Office
  35. 35. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design {LEED} Green buildings embody a design intent on balancing environmental responsiveness and responsibility, resource efficiency and cultural and community sensitivity. CM need to know LEED® version 3 Rating System, currently the centerpiece of the most innovative, effective aspects of green design. Topics range from an exploration of what are sustainable principles, current sustainable design and building practices, to specific elements of the LEED® rating system. CM needs to be hands-on in their role in the design and construction of a green building, as well as anyone with a curiosity and burning interest in understanding the basic nuances of green building.
  36. 36. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design {LEED}
  37. 37. Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM) Building Information Modeling (BIM) focuses on Autodesk's Revit Architecture as a platform for learning key principles in the application of digital media in the design and documentation of building elements within a parametric environment. Fundamental training is provided so CM can progress to more advanced subject matter in design computation and its application in the construction industry. Through a series of lectures and exercises, basic BIM concepts that apply to all parametrically driven CAD systems are explored.
  38. 38. Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  39. 39. Construction Estimating and Design Analysis Using BIM An overview of construction cost estimating and design analysis using the latest BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology, which is rapidly transforming the way buildings are designed, estimated, and constructed. Using cutting-edge BIM estimating products including Autodesk Revit, Autodesk QTO, Autodesk Navisworks, and Sage-Timberline Estimating, CM receive hands-on training by estimating and analyzing a number of projects built in Southern California. This knowledge area benefits project managers, architects, designers, engineers and contractors seeking to maximize their professional potential in the fast growing field of BIM technology in construction.
  40. 40. Construction Estimating and Design Analysis Using BIM
  41. 41. Land Development Procedures This Knowledge Area benefits individuals who want to understand the essentials of residential land development in California, and teaches CM about how residentially designated vacant land can be transformed into fully developed, single family residential subdivisions. The Topic examines how to turn physical and regulatory land development constraints into opportunities for creative project development, how to exceed homebuyer demands, and how to ensure your residential development makes a valuable, lasting contribution to the community--and meets your profit expectations. It Helps you as a professional construction manager who has worked as both a city planner and as a residential developer, topics include target market analysis, site selection and analysis, environmental regulation, the entitlement process, site engineering, and development of the residential Master Plan.
  42. 42. Land Development Procedures
  43. 43. Contact Us Linked In - Ahmed El-Askalany, CSTE, CSQA, PMP, CQIA, ITIL | LinkedIn https://www.facebook.com/EdgeConsultancyInc E-mail: EdgeConsultancyInc@Gmail.com

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