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Construction site management involves managing construction projects, such as buildings, bridges, roads or industrial facilities.

Construction managers must oversee a variety of resources, including labor, equipment, materials and capital. They are responsible for budgets, hiring, contracts, schedules, and safety compliance.

They must also deal with numerous governmental regulations, as well as interfacing/coordinating with other professionals connected to the project such as workers, contractors, architects, subcontractors, developers, engineers  and more.

Please Note:

  • The program is also available in Alexandria, check the following link:Click Here!!
  • The program and courses are accredited from many Reputable Egyptian Universities
  • The program is also available at the Canadian International College (CIC) in the fifth Settlement and the British University in Egypt (BUE) in El Sherouk City
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Construction management programs prepare students for careers as construction supervisors, project managers and independent contractors, among others.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment growth for construction managers was expected to increase by 16% from 2012-2022, which is faster than average ( In May 2012, construction managers earned an average annual salary of $90,960 as noted by the BLS.

The SITE program aims to supply a First-Time Construction Manager with the minimum level of knowledge that enables him to manage his Project SITE effectively and accomplish the project objectives smoothly.

It is introduced to engineering schools’ students and fresh graduates in addition to construction engineers and managers.

Who Should Attend
The PACT Program is designed for those individuals involved in construction administration, including Contract Administrators, Property Managers, Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Specification Consultants, Building Authorities, and Bonding and Insurance Agencies.
The Core Courses

These Core Courses are needed in addition to two of the Elective Courses to acquire the full program accredited Certificate.

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SITE 010 – Code of Practice for Construction Management

I – Code of Professional Ethics for the Construction Manager :

  • Responsibility in Engineering.
  • Framing the Moral Problem.
  • Resolving Problems.
  • The Social and Value Dimensions of Technology.
  • Trust and Reliability.
  • Risk and Liability in Engineering.
  • Engineers in Organizations.
  • Engineers and the Environment.
  • International Engineering Professionalism.

II – Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction & Development

  • Inception stage.
  • Feasibility stage.
  • Strategy stage.
  • Pre-construction stage.
  • Construction stage.
  • Engineering services commissioning stage.
  • Completion, handover and occupation stage.
  • Post-completion review/project close-out report stage.

SITE 020 – Professional Start-Up and Close-Out in the Construction Projects

  • Getting started
  • Project strategy
  • Forming the project team
  • Project plan
  • Use of contractors
  • Project document control
  • Space planning and design
  • In-project management
  • Close Out
  • Post-project

SITE 030 – Professional Coordination in the Construction Projects

  • Duties of a Construction Coordinator/Manager.
  • How to Review/Coordinate Design Documents ?
  • How to Review the Construction Plans ?
  • Governing Laws.
  • Forms of Procurement and Contracts.
  • Developing the Construction Strategy.
  • Developing the Performance Management Process.
  • Cost Estimation.
  • Report Preparation.
  • Data/Documents/Transmittals Circulation.
  • Variations and Change Orders.
  • Quality/Safety/Risk Management Plans in Action.
  • Anti-Dispute Coordination.
  • Causes Leading to Poor site Coordination.
  • Important vs. Time Consuming Coordination Activities.
  • Meeting Management/Coordination.
  • Submittal Administration (Shop drawings, samples, …)
  • Temporary Facilities and Controls.
  • Preparation of Closeout Documents.
  • Project Record Documents.

SITE 040 – Stakeholders Management in Construction

  • The concept of stakeholders in construction projects.
  • Stakeholder Theory.
  • Potential stakeholders for construction project.
  • Stakeholders Classification.
  • Stakeholder’s influence spheres and attributes.
  • Stakeholder needs and concerns.
  • Stakeholder Analysis.
  • Stakeholder Mapping tools and techniques.
  • Assessing Stakeholder Importance.
  • Critical Success Factors for Stakeholders Management.
  • Stakeholder planning.
  • Writing a Stakeholder Communications plan.
  • Stakeholders Mgmt. Strategies.
  • Building a Stakeholder Engagement Strategy.
  • Influences of stakeholder management on construction project quality.
  • Stakeholders Management in PMBOK.
The Elective Courses

The Elective Courses You need to choose 2

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SITE 050 – Construction Methods and Techniques

I – Factors Affecting Construction Method Assessment :

  • Site inspections.
  • The influence of the site and its boundaries on plant.
  • Temporary works, their role; association with plant and equipment.
  • Temporary works: scaffolding, formwork and false work.
  • Influence of design on construction cost.
  • Cost elements in tender and contract planning.
  • Selection of plant and methods.

II – Construction of High Rise Buildings :

  • Foundation.
  • Basement Construction.
  • Wall and Floor Construction.

SITE 060 – Decision Making in the Construction Industry

  • Linear Programming Modeling.
  • The Simplex Method.
  • Duality Theory and Sensitivity Analysis.
  • Linear Goal Programming.
  • The Transportation and Assignment Problems.
  • Network Optimization Models.
  • Dynamic Programming.

SITE 070 – Professional Management of the Construction Equipment

  • Equipment Economics.
  • Planning for Earthwork Construction.
  • Soil and Rock.
  • Compaction and Stabilization Equipment.
  • Mobile Equipment Power Requirements.
  • Dozers, Scrapers, Excavators.
  • Trucks and Hauling Equipments.
  • Finishing Equipments.
  • Drilling Rock and Earth.
  • Blasting Rock.
  • Aggregate Production.
  • Asphalt Mix Production and Placement.
  • Concrete and Concrete Equipment.
  • Piles and Pile-Driving Equipment.
  • Air Compressors and Pumps.

SITE 080 – Human Resources for Project Management

  • Skill sets for effective project leadership.
  • Foster collaboration by promoting cooperative goals and mutual trust.
  • Cultivate trusting relationships.
  • Team motivation toward success.
  • Role of the project manager and the different skills a manager requires.
  • Steps for decision making.
  • Factors affecting a project manager as a decision maker and a problem solve.
  • The strategic management process.
  • Understanding the communication process.
  • Factors affecting organizational communication.
  • Building effective groups and teams.
  • Acquire a comprehensive understanding of specific concepts in human resources management and their applications.
  • Relevant HR management issues in Egypt.
  • Organizational behavior topics, such as stress and time management, procrastination and dealing with difficult people at work.

SITE 090 – Project Communications Management

  • Distinguish between different character types.
  • Best approach techniques for different personalities.
  • Techniques for building trust and persuasion with coworkers, suppliers and managers.
  • Build and deliver effective presentations.
  • Applying techniques of effective leadership.
  • Identify key habits that result in ineffective performance.
  • Apply innovative techniques to changing team culture.
  • Negotiate effectively in different project settings.
  • Deliver messages in an effective form.

Other Elective Courses

CLAC 070 – Delay Analysis and Claim and Arbitration Management
PRMG 015 – HR for Project Management
PRMG 045 – Project Communication Management
Course Fees
Registration Fees (Single Course) $300
Full Track Fees $1400
Important Dates
Date From Date To Notes
Payment Deadline June 30, 2016
Course Start July 10, 2016 May 14, 2016