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I was reading and it said that someone was just graduating as a construction project manager. Does that mean they went to college for the whole four years or is it just a few classes you have to take...
1 answers - Asked By: Rosie - 1/2/2010
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I will be graduating in a month from Bentley University, with a degree in finance. My plan is to get into a masters program for construction management and go from there. But what really is the proces...
1 answers - Asked By: Brian S - 3/20/2011
Give info please!! :)
2 answers - Asked By: Madison L - 3/21/2009
I'm looking for a career in construction, physical or not, but I would like something well paid. Also please list the qualifications needed to aquire this job
1 answers - Asked By: - 10/31/2010
1 answers - Asked By: property_developer - 1/2/2007
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Do they have work all the time? or do they suffer because they sometimes have no work?
1 answers - Asked By: Death C - 2/8/2009
Is it an interesting and motivating one?what are the qualifications needed for such jobs?
1 answers - Asked By: shalini - 10/24/2008
The guys who work at the construction site, possible with a little artichetural/construction experience. And also work in offices in a building. Kinda like rich guys from korean dramas, if you know wh...
1 answers - Asked By: villainonales - 1/28/2009
What is the difference between these two delivery methods
1 answers - Asked By: XLR8 - 8/27/2009
Which one to you seems better for a female? Which will be on the construction sites more often and working alongside builders more? which has more job prospects? and is it true that you have to wea...
3 answers - Asked By: Simran K - 9/1/2008
This is a new position and my manager has asked you to write a job description for the project manager role to document for future candidates. In summary, I need to describe the main responsibilities ...
1 answers - Asked By: T S W - 4/16/2007
Please let me know , which one makes more money ? and why is it better?
2 answers - Asked By: - 2/16/2013
I've spent...five to six years building houses. Framing, cutting, layout, laboring, digging, driving, working and every other d**n thing I can think about. I also worked commercial for 3 years and und...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/7/2013
I want to become a project manager either in construction or business/IT, although i have an A Level in Business so might be better off in this field. So all i really want to know is what routes i cou...
1 answers - Asked By: krator49 - 1/13/2010
Hi - Can anyone give me details for a webste that provides detailed & generic job description for non-tradesman role in the construction industry - for example : Construction Manager, Site Manager, De...
4 answers - Asked By: omega_red1982 - 1/14/2008
Hi, I came back from a two week vacation and found a wire fence going parallel to the street and wood panels on the pavement. The fence seems to be for protecting the trees on the street. Can any...
4 answers - Asked By: April77 - 9/18/2011
1 answers - Asked By: naveed - 7/16/2007
In an building job, can you name the jobs involved and a short 1-line description of what they do or who they report to. I know there's a civil engineer, but is the supervisor also a civil engineer? I...
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/22/2011

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