Feasibility studies and economic evaluation of public projects. Value Engineering. Building Information Modeling (BIM). Probabilistic Scheduling (Pert). Cost-Time relation and schedule compression. Line of Balance. Delay Analysis Methods. Health & safety management systems. Risk Management. Sustainable construction. Advanced topics in construction project management.


Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering


  • The objectives of this course are to:rn•Introduce students to topics of project management interest and contemporary applicationrn•Widen the scope of project management knowledge for students to be better capable of managing construction projectsrn


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Course Content

content serial Description
1Week Number 1:Feasibility studies: marketing technical environmental and economic/financial.
2Week Number 2:Economic evaluation of public projects.
3Week Number 3:Value Engineering.
4Week Number 4:Building Information Modeling (BIM).
5Week Number 5:Probabilistic scheduling (PERT).
6Week Number 6:Cost-Time relation and schedule compression.
7Week Number 7:7th Week Exam.
8Week Number 8:Line of Balance.
9Week Number 9:Introduction to project Delay Analysis Methods.
10Week Number 10:Health & safety management system.
11Week Number 11:Risk management.
12Week Number 12:12th Week Exam.
13Week Number 13:Sustainable construction & sustainability performance models.
14Week Number 14:Advanced topics in construction project management.
15Week Number 15:Term Project Seminar.
16Week Number 16:Final Exam.

Markets and Career

  • Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
  • Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
  • Electrical works in construction engineering.

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