Construction Project Management, Certificate

  • New York City
  • Online
Construction Project Management Certificate Badge

Certificate and Digital Badge presented on successful completion of course requirements

Learn how to strategically manage your construction projects

The field of construction management is enormously complex. There are several major classifications of construction that differ markedly from each other: housing, nonresidential building, heavy, highway, utility, and industrial projects. Such projects involve much time and expense, and close management control of them is required if they are to be completed within the established time and cost limitations.

A construction manager is in charge of the overall planning and control of a project; this demands a command of many skills.

The Construction Project Management Certificate program is designed to provide you with the knowledge of the regulatory, insurance, management, safety, estimating, and environmental aspects of the construction management industry.

About the Class

Master the essentials of Construction Project Management. This innovative course provides construction-orientated professionals with the practical knowledge and expertise in project cost estimation, project scheduling, and managing key business concepts in the field of construction.

Participants will receive a Pace University Certificate of Completion. This course is approved for 22.5 hours of continuing education for real estate salespersons and brokers (NYS approved).

The instructor was excellent, organized, and well qualified. He was very up-to-date with technology and provided us with a classroom experience by interacting with us by using a whiteboard and building a schedule. He has a lot of experience with major construction management firms and so was able to provide us with real life examples of why the role and tools of the construction project manager are so important.

—Kayvon Nossrati

Who Should Enroll

  • Individuals new to the field of construction
  • Construction project planners and designers, engineers
  • Those under contract with or employed by the owner, developer, or management firm overseeing a construction project

Program Topics

  • Determining the cost for construction and evaluating cost performance
  • Establishing construction schedules
  • Applying time value of money concepts for evaluation of alternatives
  • Value engineering and performance management

Course Benefits

  • The opportunity to develop professionally and to improve, acquire, and develop new and relevant knowledge to enhance professional growth
  • The knowledge and problem solving skills to determine costs for construction activities and projects
  • Apply time value money concepts for evaluation of alternatives
  • Evaluate project schedules and cost performance
  • Interpret construction material properties and standards
  • Perform managerial functions
  • Certificate and Digital Badge presented on successful completion of course requirements

Meet the Instructors

Michael Debiak

Michael Debiak joined Faithful+Gould in 2016 as a vice president and managing director leading the New York Metro Area office and infrastructure business line for the northeast, bringing more than 35 years of construction and program management experience to the firm.