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CEIE 471: Construction Administration

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Examines the principals of project planning and administration using modern specification and project delivery methods. The role of the project manager as facilitator, constructability advisor, and on-site administrator is emphasized. Project risk transference, market conditions, and legal requirements are explored in the construction contract environment. Other topics include green specifications, design-build delivery, job order contracting, turnkey construction, and public-private partnerships. Appropriate for students, engineering and design professionals, project managers, contract administrators, and owners interested in the planning and administration needs of construction.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Examines the principals of project planning and administration using modern specification and project delivery methods. The role of the project manager as facilitator, constructability advisor, and on-site administrator is emphasized. Project risk transference, market conditions, and legal requirements are explored in the construction contract environment. Other topics include green specifications, design-build delivery, job order contracting, turnkey construction, and public-private partnerships. Appropriate for students, engineering and design professionals, project managers, contract administrators, and owners interested in the planning and administration needs of construction.

When Offered: Fall

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credit is not given for both CEIE 471 and CEIE 571.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Grade of C or better in CEIE 370

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