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Construction Cost Estimating and Cost Control, Columbia University

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This course introduces the types of cost estimation from the conceptual design phase through the more detailed design phase of a construction project. In addition, the course highlights the importance of controlling costs and how to monitor project cash flow. Students will work on a break-even analysis of construction tasks in a project....

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автор: AS

Dec 16, 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed the detailed explanations provided by Professor Odeh and the professionals from Turner & Townsend. My most favourite part was the lectures of Sam Spata and Ben Miller.

автор: SP

Jun 25, 2018

If you are having an civil engineering background or from the Management background you must right away take this course it was reall helpfu to widen my knowledge.

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автор: Atta ul haq

Dec 08, 2018

improved my skills

автор: Mohamed Osman Ismael

Dec 07, 2018

I was learned a lot of knowledge on construction cost estimating and cost control

автор: JUNAID ASGHAR

Nov 15, 2018

Innovative course

автор: Sheryar Bismil

Nov 04, 2018

Great Experience to learn something new!!!

автор: Huzaifah Hameed

Nov 03, 2018

Excellent but can be more advanced.

автор: Orlando Jesús Pérez Pacheco

Nov 03, 2018

Really good course, I feel more confident about my skills and knowledge in the areas of cost estimating and control.

автор: Uday Chouhan

Oct 24, 2018

Very interesting and useful course.

автор: Alejandro De la Teja Chavira

Oct 21, 2018

Excelente información, muy fácil de aprender

автор: Gopkalo Andrey

Oct 17, 2018

It was quite informative, but what you need is to add course materials in excel or PDF. Just talking about the figures is not enough.

автор: Siying Ruan

Oct 10, 2018

This class is about cost control. It teaches from how to estimate, the principles of estimating, the technology used, and to how to control the cost. The detailed case study on building the estimate is beneficial. The idea that not to cut cost, instead, integrate cost saving from the design stage is inspiring. Also, the demonstration on how cash flow becomes complex when actual spending, billing, and payment happen at the different time is impressive. The class illustrates the timing of each activity impacts the cash flow and proposes ways to minimize the financial burden. The only thing I do not like is where the lecturer simply read the bullet points on the PowerPoint. It would be better if the lecturer explains the points with specific cases.