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<div>CON 121 Introduction to Construction. (3) I, II. A survey of the construction industry. Nature, scope, and general characteristics of the industry with an emphasis on careers, safety, and typical contracting methods</div> s1.thingpic.com
<div>CON 201 Materials and Methods of Construction I. (3) I, II. Composition, manufacture and grades of construction materials and building products with emphasis on wood, metal, glass, roofing, finishing, and plastic materials. Methods, including safety, involved in the placement and installation of these materials.</div>
<div>CON 202 Materials and Methods of Construction II. (3) II. Composition, manufacture, and grades of construction materials and building products with an emphasis on concrete and masonry. Methods, including safety, involved in the placement and installation of these materials. 2 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 294 Construction Graphics. (3) A. Basic principles of residential and small commercial planning; styles of architecture; a comparative study of structural systems and the preparation of working drawings. 2 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 320 Construction Surveying. (3) I, II. Prerequisite: CON 221. The application of surveying skills as they relate to horizontal and vertical control on construction projects. Activities include building layout, centerline staking, earthwork computations, and slope staking. The use of electronic instruments is emphasized. 2 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 303 Statics and Strength of Materials. (3) I, II. Prerequisites: MAT 120 or 234 (4) with a minimum grade of “C”, and PHY 131 or 201. Study of loads, forces and their effects on rigid bodies and structures at rest. Computation of equilibrium reactions, internal forces, shear, moments, couples, friction, stress, strain, and deformation. Finding centroids and moments of inertia.</div>
<div>CON 349 A-N Cooperative Study: Construction Management. (.5‑8) A. Prerequisites: 30 hours of credit including 9 credit hours of CON courses with a 2.0 GPA and departmental approval. Transfer students must have completed at least one semester of full-time work at EKU. Work under faculty and field supervisors in placements related to construction management.</div>
<div>CON 325 Construction Estimating. (5) I,II. Prerequisites: CON 201, 202; MAT 120 with a minimum grade of “C”; and TEC161. A study of estimating construction materials, equipment, labor, and costs, through reading drawings and calculating quantities and costs. Estimating software and cost databases are utilized to list work items in standardized format. 4 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 307 Soils and Foundations. (3) I. Prerequisite: CON 303. A study of soil mechanics as it relates to foundation construction. Topics include soil classification, engineering properties, compaction testing, types of foundation systems, and methods of foundation construction.</div>
<div>CON 324 Mechanical/Electrical Systems. (3) II. Prerequisites: CON 201 and 21 additional hours of CON courses. A study of plumbing, heating, air‑conditioning, electrical power distribution, and lighting for vertical and horizontal construction. Basic fundamentals of water supply, waste drainage, electrical circuits, and heat loss/gain calculations are studied. 2 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 322 Construction Structural Design. (3) I, II. Prerequisites: CON 303 and MAT 211 or 234 (4) and 217(1-2). A study of the design of beams and columns using steel and wood. Principles of structural design related to the design of temporary structures used in the construction process.</div>
<div>CON 349 A-N Cooperative Study: Construction Management. (.5‑8) A. Prerequisites: 30 hours of credit including 9 credit hours of CON courses with a 2.0 GPA and departmental approval. Transfer students must have completed at least one semester of full-time work at EKU. Work under faculty and field supervisors in placements related to construction management.</div>
<div>CON 426 Scheduling. (3) I, II. Prerequisites: ACC 201 or FIN 310 and CON 423. A study of the planning and control of construction activities and project costing. Topics include critical path method scheduling, metric based progress monitoring, cash flow analysis, and cost control. Standard scheduling software is used. 2 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 421 Construction Contracts. (3) I. Prerequisite: CON 323. Contract documents, drawings, and specifications and their impact on the construction process. A study of the types and organization of construction contracts, and the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved.</div>
<div>CON 499 Construction Mgt. Capstone. (4) II.. Corequisites and/or prerequisites: CON 425, CON 426. A project-based capstone course for senior level construction management students under the direction of the construction management faculty. This course integrates applied components undergraduate construction courses and incorporates online environmental and safety certifications. 3 Lec/2 Lab.</div>
<div>CON 425 Project Organization and Supervision. (3) II. Prerequisites: MGT 300 or MGT 301 or AEM 408 and CON 421. A study of principles of construction project administration, systems for efficient operation of office and field personnel, and dispute avoidance and resolution procedures. The construction process is followed from project inception to closeout.</div>
<div>CON 420 Engineering Economy. (3) I, II. Junior Class Restriction. A systematic application of engineering economy to design, selection of construction materials, and construction methods. A study of first costs, operating and maintenance costs, service life, and replacement costs.</div>
<div>What is Construction Management? A lot of work goes into constructing a building, but how is it all managed and facilitated?</div><div><br></div><div>This video is intended to demystify the profession of construction management, but should entertain anyone interested in engineering or building. It highlights the multi-faceted approach that is undertaken whenever a building is constructed and explores some of the roles, such as project manager, estimator, quantity surveyor, contract manager, design manager and construction scheduler, in greater detail.</div><div><br></div><div>The animation was made by the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment at the University of Newcastle (http://www.newcastle.edu.au/engineering), working with illustrator Jeremy Ley (http://www.jeremyley.com) and creative director Nick Parker from Light Creative (http://www.lightcreative.com.au/).</div> www.youtube.com What is Construction Management? A lot of work goes into constructing a building, but how is it all managed and facilitated? This video is intended to demyst...
<div>Prof. Wayne Reynolds retired!</div> www.facebook.com EKU Construction Management, Richmond, KY. 511 likes. A place for EKU Construction Managment's students, alumni and faculty.
<div>CM faculty - Winning Campus Challenge Entry Focuses on Public Service.</div><div><br></div><div><br></div> stories.eku.edu