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BIRLA INSTI TUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pil ani Pilani Camp us

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SECOND SEMESTER 2018-2019

Course Handout Part-II

Date: 02-08-2018

In addition to part -I (General H andout for all courses appended to the time tab le) this portion gives further

specific details regarding the cou rse.

Course No. : CE G 527

Course Title : Const ruction Management

Instructor-in-charge : Dr. M ukund Lahoti

1: Scope of the Course:

The scope of the course is to kn ow the critical management aspects of construct ion activities on and off the

site. The overview of a typical

emphasis in this course. The cou rse is intended for the Higher Degree students a nd hence a discussion on the actual tender documents during the lecture classes. Critical aspects of constructio n activity and the choices to be made by the builder and o owner are also discussed conceptually. The c ourse will also provide an opportunity to students to numer ically experience some of the trademark construc tion complexities.

building construction and the infrastructure co nstruction will be given an

2. Text Book:

T1. Kumar Neeraj Jha, Construc tion Project Management, Pearson India publicat ions T2. K.K. Chitkara Construction Project Management, Tata McGraw Hill publicat ions.

3. Reference Books:

R1. David Pratt, Fundamentals o f Construction Estimates, 3 rd edition, Cengage pu blications. R2. Albert Lester, Project Mana gement, Planning and Control, 7 th edition, BH (El lsevier) publications

4. Course Plan

Mod

Module

Topic s to be covered

 

No. of

Lear ning outcomes

 

. No.

 

Lec.

 

1

Introduction

to

Co nstruction Industry Pr oject categories Pr oject classification Pr oject Life cycle Pr oject participants

 

5

To

get

overall

exposure

about

Construction

const ruction management principles

activities

and

management

Pr oject Management and Functional

 

M

anagement

2

Tenders,

Ty pes of contracts.

 

8

To g et the adequate confidence in prepa ring tender documents including overv iew of costs.

contracts,

and

Co ntracts

terms

and

conditions,

estimates

 

spe

ecial clauses, terminologies

Di spute

cases,

 

termination,

 
 

liq

uidation, incentive, JOC,

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3

Pricing

and

Co st aspects of various projects (Case stu dies), pricing of various activities (ea rthwork excavation, equipment etc) Ty pes of estimates

7

To ge t the hold on estimation, costing, pricin g of major components/activity.

Estimation

 

Ac tivity

wise cost estimates (case

 

stu

dies)

4

Resource Planning

Pla nning construction manpower

 

7

To ev aluate the comprehensive details

including

time

Pla nning construction materials

of the

various key planning operations

planning

Pr oject

construction

equipment

(man power, materials, equipment)

 

inc luding selection of equipment Co nstruction costs construction budget

 

Pr oject work breakdown, Networking, wo rk scheduling (CPM/PERT su mmary)

5

Planning

control

Pr oject control methodology Re sources productivity control Pr oject cost control Pr oject Time control

 

5

To

idealize

the

correct

control

system

meth odology

to

be

adopted

for

a

proje ct

 

 

Co nstruction accounts management

5

Construction quality and safety

 

C onstruction quality I nspection, Quality Assurance

 

5

To u nderstand the quality and safety aspec ts of construction

 

C ost of quality and ISO standards C auses of low labor productivity A ccident Causation Theories

 

S afety

and

Health

Management

 

s

ystem

 

R esearch

results

in

safety

 

m

anagement

 

6

Best

practices

of

Co nstruction pra ctices.

companies

best

3

To a cknowledge the best practices adopt ed by construction giants

Construction

 

Management

   
   

Total

 

40

 

5. Evaluation Scheme:

Component

Duration

Weight

Date & Time

Remarks

Mid Test

90 min

25%

10/10 4:00 - 5:30 P M

CB

Assignments/ Tutorials/ Reviews

 

20%

Will be announced e every month

CB/OB

End Semester Project/Term paper presentations

 

20%

 

OB

Comprehensive

3 hrs

35%

5/12 AN

CB/OB

Examination

6. Mid Semester Grading [ Mi d-Sem +Assignments] = [25+10 = 35]

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7. Chamber Consultation Hou r: M, W, F Noon- 12.30 pm

8. Reading assignments will b e given as and when necessary [Students are expected to carry out one

project]

9. Notices: Notices will be sent t hrough your BITS mail only.

Instructor-in-charge

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