|1.||Plan, construct and manage the delivery of efficient, and effective strategies and inputs over the course of the construction process to achieve value for money on diverse and complex projects in alignment with Construction Extension to the PMBOK Guide.|
|2.||Evaluate the success of construction solutions by measuring their results against theory-based criteria and standards of performance taking into consideration construction techniques, methods and processes for commercial and government organisations.|
|3.||Articulate and apply the ethical and legal requirements for different types of delivery methods, supplier selection processes, contract negotiations, contract administration requirements and overall contract management.|
|4.||Critically review the efficacy of contract delivery systems in the construction industry in relation to occupational health and safety (OH&S) requirements, activity management, plant and machinery resource management and procurement requirements particular to the construction industry.|
|5.||Conceptually map construction management processes relevant to resource utilisation on a complex project.|
|Project||Individual Research Project (2000 – 3000 words)||20%|
|Project||Group Research Project (8000 – 9000 words)||40%|
Urban construction project management 1st ed.
Richard Lambeck, John Eschemuller (2009)
Construction project management 1st ed.
Richard H. Clough, Glenn A. Sears, S. Keoki Sears (2008)
New York : Wiley
Construction Extension to the PMBOK Guide 3rd ed.
Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge 5th ed.
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