Construction Project Management and Control

Construction Project Management and Control
Managing and controlling construction projects. Planning, startup procedures, inspections, progress measurements, field reports, change order and submittal processing, equipment management, and project closeout.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesCFM 311
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining CFM 415
Course Outcomes

Time & Planning Management

Ability to manage planning and time on a project.

Cost Flows

Understand basic cost flows and project budget.


Understand principles of effective leadership.

Delivery Methods

Understand different project delivery methods.

Team Dynamics

Understand project team dynamics and appraisals.


Understand how to properly manage subcontracts and subcontractor relationships.

Purchasing & Buyout

Understand purchasing and buyout processes.

Labor Issues

Understand labor relation issues.

Computers & Software

Ability to use computerized project management software for communication and record keeping.

Reading & Interpreting Documents

Ability to read and interpret construction documents and specifications.


Understand ethics of project management.


Assessment of the above learning outcomes is performed through instructor analysis of homework, exams, classroom observations, student feedback, and course evaluations.