hw7-3[1] - ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 ENGR13100 - Homework #7...

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ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 ENGR13100 - Homework #7 Individual Answer Sheet Name: Hwa Jong Lee Section No. 015 Team No. 10 Date: 10/14/10 Problem 1 - Individual School of Construction Engineering and Management… Step1: Downloaded on my H: drive. Step 2: Q1. Every undergraduate in CEM must spend three terms in internships, gaining valuable in-the- field experiences in the area(s) of his/her concentration. Q2. * Perform/Field engineers work in connection with large-scale construction projects. Responsibilities may include: field engineering, operation planning, cost control, project scheduling, quantity tracking, material procurement, contract administration, estimating and supervision of field activities. *Office Engineers are stationed at a field Area Office and work primarily on settling small contract changes. This involves forwarding the scope of the change to the contractor, requesting a proposal, preparing an independent cost estimate and setting negotiating objectives once the proposal is received. Site visits are made as required to understand the scope of the change, assess the contractor's work force and equipment, and gage production rates. *Project Engineers work approximately 80 to 90% of the time at the site of work or in a jobsite office, working hand in hand with construction contractors and a small group of inspectors ensuring quality construction in compliance with the contract documents (rain or shine). *Construction managers Company: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District, Construction Division Specialty Area: General Type: Full-Time Eligibility: Graduating in – with BS degree Location: New Orleans, LA 70118 Description: Construction managers work about 70% of the time in the district office and periodically visit their average of 6 to 8 assigned contracts. They assist the project engineers in solving construction problems, usually engaging the designer, and act as a liaison between the field activities and other members of the project delivery team (Engineering, Project
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course ENGR 131 taught by Professor Purzer during the Fall '10 term at Purdue.

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hw7-3[1] - ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 ENGR13100 - Homework #7...

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