Course Detail

Facility Construction and Project Management FM103

Course Description

This class focuses on the construction manager’s function, covering the management of facility construction, alteration, tenant improvement, and major repair or replacement projects throughout all phases of a project, pre-design through post-occupancy. The roles and responsibilities of the project team are discussed with respect to their involvement in each phase of the project. An off-site field trip to an active construction site is included.

Topics: Pre-construction services and value engineering; budgeting; scheduling; design and construction RFP development; contracting methods (e.g., CM, lump sum, cost plus); Architecture and Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) review and coordination; permitting; contractor qualification and selection; contract documents; team building; construction oversight and change order management; inspection of work; project controls; punch lists; startup and commissioning; warranties; cost reporting; and project close-out.

Scheduling Details

  • Offered in September

Textbooks and Class Materials

  • Total Construction Project Management (2013), Ritz, 2nd ed. ISBN-13: 978-0-0-71801379 OPTIONAL

    Professional Construction Management, 3rd Ed. (1992), Barrie & Paulson ISBN-13: 978-0-0-7003889-9 OPTIONAL

    Additional materials will be provided electronically by the instructor. It is recommended that you bring a laptop with you to class to access these materials, if possible.

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