The course instructor will provide weekly lectures, prepare and grade homework and project assignments as appropriate, develop, administer, and grade exams and other assessment measures, assist students in need of help regarding course content, and assign final course grades.
The following is the course description: \u201cThis course focuses on the implementation of various projects in which a civil engineer may be engaged, including planning and feasibility studies, design and construction. Students study topics relating to the management of construction, including scope of work, rough order-of-magnitude estimating, scheduling, planning, progress reporting, resource constraining and quality control. The roles of the contractor, owner, public entities and designer are explained\u201d.
The pre-requisite for this course is ENR 210 Engineering Economics and Project Management.
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