The course will discuss construction management principles, practices, techniques, tools and risk and Management in construction projects to provide participants with an opportunity to learn key project management concepts and risks. While project management principles can be applied to projects across different engineering disciplines, this course particularly emphasizes construction projects.
• Understanding the project risk management • To learn construction management concepts and techniques required for managing large and complex construction projects. • To appreciate the complex technical and managerial challenges in managing construction projects, and to learn effective methods for addressing these challenges. • To be acquainted with the role of project management methods in enhancing and optimizing construction projects.
Who Should Attend?
• Managers • Project Administrators • Engineers • Superintendents • Cost Estimators • Anyone interested in developing their performance in construction management and risk management
• Overview of project management • Project life cycle • Characteristics of construction projects • Project management processes • Project roles and organization structure • Project stakeholders
• Purpose & types of estimates • Techniques for early estimates • Preliminary and detailed cost estimating • Cost components • Economic feasibility analysis
• Estimating total project cost • Defining schedule and budget baseline progress curves • Project monitoring & control: • Measuring and Analyzing
• Earned-value analysis • Reporting project progress • Assessment of cost and schedule deviations/performance • Forecast project progress/cost at completion
• Managing risk • Risk Management System • Benefits of Project Risk Analysis and Management • Sources of risk • Risk as an opportunity
• Value management & risk • Behavioral and cultural factors • Environment & stakeholders • Compiling the Risk Management Plan • Risk identification and risk assessment • Quantitative methods for risk assessment
• Planned responses to risk • Risk registers & their operation • Risk ownership • Quality & quality management • Scheduling, planning & work definition
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