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Cornell University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering CEE 595 – Construction Planning and Operations Management of The Construction Process for Professionals Professor Paul G. Carr, Ph.D., P.E. Lecture 8 Friday 11:15 – 2:00 366 Hollister Hall
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ourse Syllabus CEE 595 Construction Planning and Operations 2008 Topic 29-Aug Module 1 Introduction and Course Objectives Module 2 Conceptual Design and Estimating (Owner) 5-Sep Module 2 Introduction to Planning, Design, Estimating and Scheduling Module 3 When Projects Go Bad - Introduction to Disputes and Resolution 12-Sep Module 1 Conceptual Design and Estimating Location, Time, Scope Module 1 Inter-Relationship of Construction Participants & Pre- Design 19-Sep Module 1 Construction Contracts - LS, DB, CM at Risk, CM, DBB, etc. Module 1 Estimating Conceptual Level + Design Fee Introduction 26-Sep Module 1 A/E Planning & Design Contract Obligations Module 1 3-Oct Team Presentation Interviews for the A/E, CM, Program Manager Teams Project 12 minutes per team - 2 min. set-up, 7 min. presentation, 3 min. Q&A 10-Oct Module 2 Issues During Construction; Award, Agreement, Time, Changes, Payments Module 2 General Conditions to the Contract - The Rules 17-Oct Module 2 Exam No. 1 In Class Module 2 Take Home Section 24-Oct Module 2 Introduction to Estimating Concrete Slab and Walls Module 2 Introduction to Scheduling Masonry, Carpentry and Exterior Walls 31-Oct Module 2 Project Estimate Structural , Metals, Roofing, Waterproofing Module 2 Wage Rates and Labor Specialties and Quotations 7-Nov Module 2 Proposal Due Module 3 Dispute Resolution Assignment of Case 14-Nov Module 3 Work Sessions Case Preparation Module 3 Work Sessions Case Preparation 21-Nov Module 3 Mini - Trial Presentations Module 3 12 minutes per team - 2 min. set-up, 7 min. Q&A 5 min. Cross Exam 28-Nov Module 3 Thanksgiving Break Module 3 5-Dec Module 3 Organized Crime, Corruption and Influence In the Construction Industry Module 3 Hand out Final ates/Session Syllabus, will change as the Semester flows General echanical Vertical Systems
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Housekeeping Items This Class – Estimating Intro. No Class on the 14 th – Team Work Sessions October 31 st - Hand Out Plans, and then begin the Estimating and Scheduling Project The Next Week 5 th & 6 th evening or late afternoon sessions [Six Teams per session] Next Weeks –October 31 st and November 7 th – Detailed Estimating and Scheduling Lecture for your Project Nov. 21 st - Finalize Your Bid and Schedule, Submit the Bid – and Arbitrate the Disputed Issues [handout to be provided October 31, or November 7 th ] Last Class - Return Graded Projects – Dispute Resolution Lecture & Hand-out Final Exam TBD
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PART II OF THE COURSE • COST ENGINEERING AND ESTIMATING – For the control of the Budget and Schedule of a Construction, Building and/or Capital Improvement Project – Cost is Based on Time. And likewise, Schedule is Based on Time .
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