Functions of the Constructor, CE 501, USC (Graduate Level)
Graduate level course focusing on an overview of all phases of project development, contract terms and administration, scheduling, quality control and assurance, risk management and mitigation, insurance and bonding, and LEED and sustainability.
Project Controls, CE 566, USC (Graduate Level)
Graduate level course focusing on fundamental principles and practices of planning, critical path method scheduling, and resource allocation. The course also used Primavera 6 (P6) software program for CPM scheduling and resource allocation.
Construction Method and Equipment, CE 462, USC (Undergraduate Level)
Senior undergraduate course focusing on construction equipment means and methods. The course objective is to make students become more familiar with the various types of construction equipment and their capabilities as well as gain the knowledge to calculate construction equipment cycle time, production rate, and dirt work estimations.
Construction Engineering, CE 460, USC (Undergraduate Level)
Introductory course to construction engineering and management. The course includes concepts such as construction processes, cost estimating, scheduling, construction administration, job site safety, labor relations, and equipment and means and methods.
Construction Management, CEE 3014, Virginia Tech (Undergraduate Level)
Introductory course to construction engineering and management. The course focused on project delivery methods, the bid process and development of bid packages, risk management, claims and dispute resolutions, cost estimation, scheduling and work breakdown structure, business development, and value engineering.
Civil Engineering Drawings and CAD, CEE 2824, Virginia Tech (Undergraduate Level)
Introductory course to engineering drawing and CAD software for civil engineering students. The course was designed to get students introduced to Civil-3D software. The course was a project-based class where students had to use Civil-3D to deliver their final project.