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Construction Management

 Architect Design the Structure

Engineers Analyze the Design

Ever thought who are involved in making that paper drawings and calculation come out in real life with the given time and budget?

The answer is, Construction Managers 
Construction Management

Construction managers are people who have knowledge in varied fieldwork such as quantity estimation, cost evaluation, site management, construction engineering, project engineering, construction management, project management, and many more... 

The demand for professionals in this field has increased as time and budget constraints have increased. They are responsible for creating and managing construction projects that can be completed with a critical path and within a set budget. On large construction projects, this work can be divided among a number of construction managers. For instance, in the metro rail project, several stations could be pre-assigned to a group of managers and some other stations to other managers so they can work simultaneously and at a faster pace.

Construction Management

A Civil Engineer and Architect can pursue this field where they are taught in detail work and practical use of construction planning and scheduling, construction productivity, construction field methods, construction sustainability, 3D modeling software (REVIT- Architecture/Structure, BIM).

Such coursework can give you a better idea of the field and the best-suited career for you. 

Few more details will be in few subsequent blogs, do check out.

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