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Construction Project Management

The Center for Continuing Studies’ Construction Project Management Certificate program enables construction industry managers to complete projects on time and on budget by putting principles and theories learned into immediate action on the job. Complete your projects on time and on budget. Earn the Certificate or take just the courses that interest you. To earn the certificate, you must take 8 core courses and complete 2 additional electives.

Core Courses

      • Construction Blueprint Reading

      • Materials, Methods and System of Construction

      • Construction Cost Estimating I

      • Construction Change Orders and Claims

      • Construction Project Management

      • Contract Law in the Construction Industry

      • Construction Specifications and Contracts

      • Complete Microsoft Project 2010

Electives (choose any two):  

      • SketchUp Your Design

      • Cost Estimating II

      • Construction Math

      • Any AMA business course

 


Construction Math 

This course that will provide an overview of mathematical operations one will need to apply on the job as a construction inspector. Learning Objectives included:

  • To explain why construction inspectors perform calculations

  • To explain the units of measure commonly used by an inspector for documentation and payment.

  • To explain rounding concepts and decimal measures used on a construction project.

  • To explain calculations and demonstrate how to apply them.

  • The Target audience includes inspectors and other field personnel in construction engineering and inspection for public and quasi-public agencies 

0.8 CEU. Cost: $225  (Senior Citizen Discount is not applicable to this class.)

SPRING SESSION:

NCABT-CS010-02

April 15 - 22      

2 sessions / Saturdays / 8:30am-12:30pm

Transportation Engineering Technology Instructor

SUMMER SESSION:

NCABT-CS010-01

June 3 -10

2 sessions / Saturdays / 8:30am-12:30pm

Transportation Engineering Technology Instructor


Construction Change Orders and Claims

In today’s hectic design and construction process, with unforeseen conditions, it is ultra-rare to find projects that do not require” Change to Contracts” or Change Orders. Topics discussed include means and methods of preparing the Change Orders, scopes, pricing of work and methods of negotiation. Impacts of Change Orders on the Project Schedule/Completion will be reviewed. Also included are avoidance of claims, preparation of claims and their resolution.

1.5 CEU. Cost $163 (tuition $134, administrative fee $29)

NCABT-CS005-01

March 30 - April 27 
5 sessions / Thursdays / 6:30-9:30pm

Instructor: James Langsdorf

Sketch Up Your Design

Required: Familiarity with Microsoft Office

Learn to use SketchUp to create a computer generated 3D model for residential, landscape and interior design.  At the completion of the course, you will have a PowerPoint electronic portfolio to showcase your design and 3D modeling and technology skills to present to  your supervisor or future employer. Workbook required - available in college bookstore.

1.8 CEU. Cost: $375

NCOST-CS005-01

May 24 - June 28  

6 sessions  / Wednesdays / 6-9pm

Instructor: Laurence C. Johnson, Jr., RA, LEED AP

Construction Project Management

Prerequisite: Construction Cost Estimating I and Construction Blueprint Reading

Project Management is the application of system controls to construction operations, whether the project is a residential development, a commercial building, or large industrial complex. An overview of the management process from design through occupancy as well as the administration, legal and practical aspects of managing construction projects will be reviewed in an open forum, defined by the class interest and new industry standards. 3.0 CEU. Cost: $297 (tuition $223, administrative fee $44, materials fee $30)

NCABT-CS004-01

April 3 - May 3  
10 sessions / Mondays & Wednesdays / 6:30-9:30pm

Instructor: TBA

Construction Blue Print Reading

Introduce yourself to blueprints and the specifications used on construction projects while learning the skills necessary to reference through those documents. Topics include symbols, abbreviations and scaling of work plans.

1.5 CEU. Cost $163

NCABT-CS001-01

June 6 - 29  
8 sessions / Tuesdays & Thursdays / 6 - 8:30pm

Instructor: Joe Scillieri

Construction Specifications and Contracts

It is important to develop and implement proper and clearly understood Contracts, Scopes of Work and Contract Specifications. It is equally important for those in the construction process to understand and properly interpret and abide by these documents. Types of Contracts, "Ready Made" Contracts such as AIA, Contract Implementation, Contract Specifications, their preparation and interpretation will be covered. Classes will consist of a combination of lectures and open discussion of topics/situations/problems brought in by class members. Bringing in your challenges and problems for discussion is strongly encouraged.

1.5 CEU. Cost $163

NCABT-CS007-01

July 12 - August 9  
5 sessions / Wednesdays / 6:30 - 9:30pm

Instructor: Joe Scillieri

Materials, Methods, and Systems of Construction - Will return soon!

Prerequisite: Construction Blueprint Reading

This basic comprehensive overview of different types of construction offers an introduction to the functions of a variety of building systems.

2.4 CEU. Cost: $275

NCABT-CS002-01

8 sessions / Mondays & Wednesdays / 6:30-9:30pm

Instructor: Joe Scillieri, PE, President of J.J. Scillieri & Associates

Contract Law in the Construction Industry - Will return soon!

Discuss public and private bidding procedures, offers, counteroffer, acceptance, contract terms, negotiation, and execution of written contracts Examine construction contracts, letters of credit, letters of intent, bonds and disputes, change orders, amendments, and common pitfalls. UCC provisions, remedies, breeches and resolutions will also be discussed.

1.0 CEU. Cost: $110

NCABT-CS006-01

4 sessions / Tuesdays / 6:30-9pm

Instructor: Thomas Roselli


CONTACT US:

Registration Desk: 609-570-3311

Questions: E-mail us.

 

REFUND POLICY: 
10 or more days before the beginning of a class: 100% refund

Less than 10 days before class start date: no refund

Credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card; cash and check payments will be refunded via a check from MCCC.

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