The Complete Guide to Construction Management
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The Complete Guide to Construction Management

Your Guide to Construction Project Management from A to Z
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4.3 (42 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
207 students enrolled
Created by Hussain Najwani
Last updated 8/2020
English
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This course includes
  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Download a copy of the "Course Manual" to use as a reference for your construction projects
  • The Entire Process of a Construction Project from Management Perspective
  • Construction Contractual and Financial Models
  • Tender Process including Preparation, Floating, Review, and Evaluation
  • Architectural, Structural, and MEP Design Systems
  • Management Scenarios and Challenges
  • Material Selection and Options
Requirements
  • No. The course will present and explain the topics from scratch.
Description

This course comprehensively observes the process of construction projects from a management perspective. The content is multidisciplinary, observing aspects of engineering, building materials, finishing options, financial models, and legal terms. This course will form a necessary reference to you in every step you face in your construction project. The course starts by identifying the characteristics of the construction industry, and moves then into defining the project objectives, conducting the architectural, structural, and MEP design systems, executing site activities, and until project hand over.

Who this course is for:
  • Civil Engineers
  • Architects
  • Construction Clients
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Construction Professionals
  • Project Managers
Course content
Expand all 112 lectures 07:27:27
+ Introduction
3 lectures 08:16
Important Notes
02:57
Course Content
03:31
+ The Decision to Build
3 lectures 16:52
2.2 Introducing the Industry
07:25
2.3 Industry Characteristics
06:57
+ Defining Project Objectives
6 lectures 27:20
3.1 Users and Usage
02:50
3.2 Understanding Building Numbers
07:00
3.3 TCQ Objectives
02:38
3.4 Estimating Project Cost and Time
04:05
3.5 Defining Project Quality
02:38
APPLICATION - Special Building Project
08:09
+ Contractual Modules
6 lectures 42:52
4.2 Routes Comparison
08:36
4.3 Range of Contracts
04:50
4.4 International Forms of Agreement
05:51
4.5 Clauses to Highlight
07:14
APPLICATION - Reading Through FIDIC
07:56
+ Financial Modules
7 lectures 36:19
5.1 Pricing Methods
07:55
5.2 The BOQ
09:23
5.3 The Issue of Quantities
02:32
5.4 Cost Estimation Methods
02:57
5.5 Subcontractor's Payments
06:06
5.6 Financial Bonds and Guarantees
03:05
APPLICATION - Distributing BOQ Items
04:21
+ Client Brief
2 lectures 04:38
6.1 Document Preparation
02:07
6.2 LIVE Document
02:31
+ Consultant(s) Appointment
2 lectures 07:06
7.1 Scope of Work
05:11
7.2 Costing Methods
01:55
+ Project Plot
2 lectures 09:55
8.1 Plot Characteristics
07:51
8.2 Soil Investigation
02:04
+ Architectural Design
5 lectures 19:31
9.1 Project Master Design
03:16
9.2 Basis of Design
05:05
9.3 Design Steps
02:33
9.4 Design Outcomes
03:02
9.5 Design Review
05:35
+ Structural Design
5 lectures 23:55
10.1 Design Inputs
02:38
10.2 Basis of Design
04:31
10.3 Concrete Structures
06:24
10.4 Design Outcomes
03:49
10.5 Design Review
06:33