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Project and infrastructure asset management, procurement methods, estimating, finance and accounting, economic appraisal, uncertainty and decision-making.
On completion of the course, students are expected to:have knowledge of procurement methods in use in the construction sector;be familiar with project management skills and techniques, and schedule simple projects;have good knowledge of behavioural aspects of working in groups;have an understanding of aspects involved in running a construction company;have a good understanding of the complexity of construction management;have basic knowledge of ways to estimate project costs;have knowledge of engineering economics and accounting methods, as used in construction and infrastructure management, and be able to do economic appraisals;have knowledge of risk analysis methods for making decisions involving uncertainty;
Professor Hennes de Ridder
(Delft University of Technology)
The deduction for late submission of assignments will be 50% (of the available marks) for each day late, unless prior arrangement has been made. Please contact the course co-ordinator in advance if you have genuine difficulties meeting submission dates.• To pass this course, you should achieve at least 50% of the total marks available in the course. • For each test at least 60% of marks should be achieved. o Failure to achieve a score of 60% in a test will result in the compulsory resitting of the test. The grade for this resit is either 60% (max grade resit) or Fail. • All assignments are compulsory.Students doing the course due to failing ENCN371 (2013, 2014, 2015) should discuss with the course co-ordinator what coursework they must do. They will be required to do all assessment items unless prior written approval has been obtained from the course co-ordinator.
Bennett, F. Lawrence;
The management of engineering : human, quality, organizational, legal, and ethical aspects of professional practice
Project management techniques
Burke Publishing, 2007.
New Zealand National Asset Management Steering Group. Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia;
International infrastructure management manual
Principles of construction management
McGraw-Hill Book Co, 1992.
Sullivan, W., Wicks, EM, & Luxhoj, James T;
Prentice Hall, 2003.
Domestic fee $901.00
International fee $4,863.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
For further information see
Civil and Natural Resources Engineering