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C5011 CONSTRUCTION MGMT

HJ. ALI SABRI KAMARUDDIN


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Lesson Plan
Week 1 registration
Week 2 Introduction to C5011, Lesson 1
Week 3 Lesson 2, Assignment 1
Week 4 Lesson 3, Quiz 1
Week 5 Lesson 4, Test 1
Week 6 Lesson 5, Topic 2, Assignment 2
Week 7 Lesson 6, Quiz 2
Week 8 Lesson 7, Assignment 3

Lesson Plan
Week 9 Lesson 8
Week 10 Lesson 9, Test 2
Week 11 Lesson 10, Quiz 3
Week 12 Lesson 11, Assignment 4
Week 13 Lesson 12, Quiz 4
Week 14 Lesson 14,
Week 15 Lesson 15, Quiz 5, Test 3
Week 16 Lesson 16

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REFERENCE
British Standards Institute (1996).
BS 6079: Guide to project management. BSI.
Project Management Institute (1996).
A guide to the project management: Body of
knowledge. North Carolina: PMI Publishing
Division.
Rustain, A. M., & Estes, W. E. (1995).
What every engineer should know about project
management. New York: CRC Press.

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REFERENCE

The Association of Project Managers


(1996). Body of knowledge. APM.
Tuner, J. R. (1992).
The handbook of project based
management. New York: McGraw Hill.
Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz, Abdul Aziz
Hussin (1999).
Pengurusan Projek, Perspektif Industri
Pembinaan. P.Pinang: USM

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REFERENCE

Abdul Hakim Mohammed (1990)


Perancangan Projek Binaan. K.L: DBP
Stephen Bender (1997)
Managing Project Well. Singapore: RAPA
Lam Siew Wah
ISO 9000 In Construction. CIDB Singapore

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T1 Introduction to CM (8 hours)
At the end of the course, student should be able to:
1.1 Describe the characteristics of civil engineering project.
1.2 Define construction project management.
1.3 Describe with explicity the terms in management as follows:
1.3.1 Forecasting
1.3.2 Planning
1.3.3 Organizing
1.3.4 Motivating
1.3.5 Directing
1.3.6 Coordinating or communicating
1.3.7 Controlling

Definitions of Project

The Project Management Institute (PMI),


USA (1996) :
A temporary endeavour undertaken to create
a unique product or service.

The UK Association of Project Managers


(1996) :
A discreet undertaking with defined objective
often including time, cost and quality
(performance) goals.

Definitions of Project

The British Standards Institute (1996) :


A unique set of coordinated activities,
with definite starting and finishing points,
undertaken by an individual or
organisation to meet specific objectives
with defined schedule cost and
performance parameters.

Definitions of Project

Turner, R. (1992) :
An endeavour in which human, material
and financial resources are organised in
a novel way to undertake unique
constraints of cost and time, so as to
achieve beneficial change defined by
quantitative and qualitative objectives.

Definition of MANAGEMENT

The most used


management definition is
the one given by Henry
Fayol, the pioneer of
modern management.
Find out what it is

Management
Definition
Nowadays management is
mostly defined as a process
of directing people on
performing some jobs and
tasks to reach some
predefined goals.

Management

Management could be
considered as a group of
people directing other
groups on performing
some tasks to reach some
defined common goals.

Construction Project
Management

is the overall planning, co-ordination


and control of a construction project
from inception to completion aimed
at meeting a clients requirements in
order to produce a functionally and
financially viable project that will be
completed on time within authorized
cost and to the required quality
standards.

In short:

Project management is
the process by which a
project is brought to a
successful conclusion.

Features of a Project

Civil Engineering Project

Unique/Own Design
Factors leading to this :
Function or use of it
The environment surrounding it
To elevate its identity
Its Prestige

Civil engineering project

Huge in size and complex in nature


These involve:
Large capital
Many types and large amount of logistics used
Various skills and no. of manpower needed
Complex building techniques and methods
Many parties eg. Consultants and various
government departments and agencies.
Management team should be adequately
trained to match the large capital involved

Civil engineering project

Different location everytime


The further it is the higher is the overhead

costs
Higher transportation cost for workers
Different location means different people
Higher rentals for the logistics
Different consultants and vendors/suppliers

Management Functions
In Civil Engineering

The basic task is to define


functions and assign activities so
that management can realize
goals on successful and efficient
way.

In civil engineering management can


realize the best results through four
functions:planning, organization, directing and
control.