This course provides a comprehensive overview of the role of the project manager in the construction process and the legal responsibilities to the project. Students will use all of their knowledge of estimating, scheduling, materials and methods of construction, contract management and effective control systems to develop a simulated "green” project. This course will provide students with a review/summation of all prior coursework and the legal restrictions imposed on the profession. Students will be involved with the project (Simulated Green Project) from initial conception to a possible notice of construction defect to the final certificate of occupancy. This will enhance students' marketability and industry knowledge by exposure to a complete turnkey project while also preparing the student for the future via exposure to the US Green Building Council, LEEDS Certification and eco-sensitive materials, techniques and systems. The course will stress the legal pitfalls that can occur if the project manager does not effectively manage the project.
Prerequisite: BCN 3708.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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