Need to complete my assignment. What exactly is a project manager's job on a construction site? Civil engineers please ans this.
I am planning on taking a Civil Engineering Technologist: Construction Management course in the fall and I also have a Bachelors degree in Business (major in HR with project management electives) and I am wondering if anyone knows how hard (or long) it would be (take) to work up from a CET to a Project Manager?
I have been working pipeline for four years now and have made in into lower supervision. What degree can I get to speed things up and make it to project manager and still leave myself open for other jobs in my industry. Oil and gas. I was thinking of industrial engineer or construction management degree would these be a good choice
Most of the jobs I have looked at require four year degrees would a certificate be worth it?
I was reading about Steve Jobs and I just thought that the people who really achieve are driven to. Like to fill a big hole they have in their life (being adopted, abandon, etc). I see my smart classmates who only want to be executives in construction company, project managers, or engineers but that is it. I think I am so different. It likes being frustrated give me more ambition but I am not sure if that is truth. What is your take?
I am in my third year studying construction management and will have a bachelors in construction management. i am co-oping with construction companies where i would either become a super intendent, project manager, or project engineer. im just wondering what other kinds of jobs i could get with a degree like this. Also i was thinking of demolition and the explosive side of it so what would i have to do do manage a project like that? let me know what you know.
I am an Indian Civil Engineer with 6 years of Construction experience followed by 4 years+3 months experience in Construction planning(Planning Engineer). I am now in 33, CAPM(pmi) certificate and my ambition is to become a Construction Project Manager.
married and have a 2 year old child
Thanks very much,in advance, for your suggestions
I found a construction engineering but what's the differences civil engineering?
Which career could I find more jobs opportunites?
Where can i find the construction management and project management professionals who are looking for job in the UK. I am also looking for other construction industry engineers.
I really want to become a Construction Manager when I get older and eventually a Top Construction Executive. Unfortunately I do not know how to prepare myself for these jobs after I graduate from high school. Is anyone familiar with what college I should go to? What degrees or licences I need? Thanks!
I've taken CAD Drafting I and right now I'm in a Drafting II Architecture class
I'd like to a Project Manager to promote and advertise Condos, Townhouse projects but I couldn't find these jobs on job search websites.
My job title is: Project Manager, I work for a Mechanical Engineering and Contracting Firm. I am in Charge of project scheduling, material purchasing, budgeting, troubleshooting. I work 40 hours a week, I have a bachelors degree in construction management, and associates degree in architectural construction technology. I have been out of school for 1 year now, been at this job for 1 year. I am 24 years old and am paid $43,000 a year.
I also get fulle dental, vision, and health insurance, but have to pay $27 every paycheck.
Is this making good money, or should I be making more than I already am for this job position?
I am doing construction and i have been wondering if i finish college. What position will the company give me and which positions comes next. I would like to know the positions that i would be in for all the five years from the time i start working. Please also tell me about the position and how it differs from the others.
Hi guys i'm completing a degree in Construction Management.. kind of like a project manager but for construction. I wanted to join the defence force in any of the three parts.. navy airforce army as an officer and use my degree.
I was wondering what jobs would take someone with this degree?
And would i have to go through the YOU session to become an officer still? or because i've got a degree do i get free passage through to officer training?
Cheers for all serious responses.
I mean bypass the YOU session and go straight into the interview section of the selection process * apologies for that screw up
Cheers for the info
The company is called Construction Journal. They "provide comprehensive, accurate and timely Information on Construction Projects from the early planning stages through the bidding process to the project award. Real-Time updates provide our subscribers with the most timely information available. Developers, Construction Managers, General Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Suppliers, Architects, Engineers and many other industry professionals use Construction Journal every day to identify projects to offer their goods or services. "
I would have the position of Construction Reporter, contacting construction projects and getting the latest updates and information and posting it to our website.
I am doing a project in geometry class, please help if you have answers.
I don't need to know what the Pythagorean theorem is, just who uses it!
What kind of an engineer would supervise and direct projects such as bridge building, road building, building towers, building windmillls in the sea, and by direct these, I mean that this engineer would be present at the site during the entire construction process and be outdoors the whole time with the construction workers. Would a mechanical, civil engineer do this type of work?
I have Valid US Business Visa for 1 year, can I work in the USA with such Visa and where do I can find Job? I have graduated as Interpreter/Translator of English-Russian/Tajik Languages and I have enough experience of Interpreter/Translator. Moreover, I worked also as Project Manager Assistant and Liaison officer of several Civil Engineering Companies for construction of Auto roads, Tunnels and Hydro Power Plant.
I was wondering if entrepeneurship would help me, if i took it in highschool? And could i major in business management and still become one?
Best way to work towards that if I have engineering/construction background? Without a finance major I cannot obtain a position w/ any firms, would it be better to start as project management of construction, or as a property manager? Which is more related, and allows an easier transition to such a position?
My friend is doing civil engineering and I want to make it interesting for him + college study sucks, so one should learn the real enginnering...