Construction Scheduling (CONM 312)
Develops advanced construction planning and scheduling techniques, building on previous experience with the critical path method. Includes work breakdown, crew analysis and productivity, activity time-cost relationships, project time-cost relationships, resource leveling, overlapping activity relationships and lag, and project cash flow. Integrates throughout the use of computer software as a scheduling tool. Pre-Requisites: CONM 222. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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