CNST 3331 Course Syllabus

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1. GOAL # 6 court of law acid test

1.1. Requirements

1.1.1. A

1.1.2. B

2. Grading

2.1. Grade weight 1 (35)

2.1.1. Final (35)

2.2. Grade weight 2 (5o)

2.2.1. Group scheduling presentation (10)

2.2.2. Group Database presentation (5)

2.2.3. Ranking of team members for group projects (5)

2.2.4. Manual critical path calculations (10)

2.2.5. P6 schedule exercise (10)

2.2.6. Definitions exam (10)

2.3. Grade weight 3 (15)

2.3.1. Discussion board participation (5)

2.3.2. Resume to dropbox & LinkedIn (5)

2.3.3. Pride in professionalism quiz (5)

3. GOAL # 7 p6 software

3.1. 1 setup calendars, etc, enterprise

3.1.1. Planning

3.2. Best practices

3.2.1. Planning

3.3. 2. Develop project map

3.3.1. Planning

3.4. 3 create wbs

3.4.1. Planning

3.5. 4. Create layout view

3.5.1. Filters

3.5.1.1. Layouts

3.5.1.1.1. Planning

3.6. 4 create activity codes

3.6.1. Planning

3.7. Tasks & relationships & baseline

3.7.1. Scheduling

3.8. Resources & cost loading

3.8.1. Scheduling

3.9. Updating & creating reports

3.9.1. Scheduling

4. GOAL # 8 mitigation strategies

4.1. Scheduling spec

4.2. CPC exam mitigation strategies

4.2.1. Material Handling & Storage Strategies

4.2.2. Seperate delivery routes from worker access

4.2.3. Work processes similar for all floors

4.2.4. Maximize Productivity of Crews with less downtime

4.2.5. Stacking trades; increase personnel

4.2.6. Ships crossing in the night

4.2.7. Dryin Smaller Phases of the project

4.2.8. Overtime

5. GOAL # 0 Introduction to Construction Management Program

5.1. Advising & petitions

5.2. Internship

5.3. Preparation as a professional

5.4. Video

5.5. Dropbox - Resumes

6. GOAL # 3 Exposure to Construction Community in Houston, Texas

6.1. LinkedIn (5)

6.2. Resume Preparation (5)

6.3. Introduction to Student ABC/AGC Chapters

6.4. Industry Panel for review of team scheduling project

7. GOAL # 1 Create a Culture of Continuous Improvement & Ethical Behavior

7.1. Discussion Board

7.2. Professional Presence

7.3. AIC Exam in Junior/Senior Year of the Program

7.4. Homework after each class (5)

8. Goal 2 database

8.1. Teams

8.2. Tellepsen, spaw glass, austin, manhattan

8.3. One component & submit timing of sequence within context

8.3.1. Submission to database

8.3.2. Presentation to class; video, related materials, estimate, schedule

9. Textbooks and Required Supplies

9.1. Textbook - multiple perspectives

10. GOAL # 5 Elements of planning vs scheduling

10.1. Planning vs scheduling

10.1.1. Definitions

10.1.2. Examples - spaw glass

10.2. Software

10.2.1. Planning - mindmeister

10.2.2. Scheduling - p6

10.3. Calculations

10.3.1. Planning - none

10.3.2. Scheduling - tons

11. Goal #4 Group scheduling term project

11.1. Software: mindmeister& Wiggio & vt

11.2. Schedule no more than 250 items w wbs

12. Rules of Conduct

12.1. Appt vs office hours

12.2. Held to high standard

12.3. Learning for all

12.4. Random surfing/no

12.5. Fair but tough

12.6. Accountability for attendance

12.7. Listen when others speak

12.8. Earn your grade

13. Learning tools

13.1. Lectures

13.1.1. Must attend

13.2. Homework

13.2.1. Videos

13.3. Quizzes

13.3.1. Bb9

13.4. Tests

13.4.1. Bb9

13.5. Video

13.6. Textbook optional

14. Goal # 6 Manual calculations & relationships

14.1. Scheduling terminology.

14.2. Arrow & box diagrams

14.2.1. Calculating forward & backward critical path

14.2.2. Exercise of drawing box diagram & compare to p6 schedule. (10)

14.2.3. Total float & free float

14.2.4. Illustrate the difference

14.2.5. Updating the schedule sequence

14.3. Bar charts

14.3.1. No calculations

14.4. Pert

14.4.1. Complex probability analysis

14.5. Earned value