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Yewande Abraham

Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-6214
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Yewande Abraham

Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

Education

BS, MS, Cardiff University (United Kingdom); Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

585-475-6214

Currently Teaching

CVET-464
3 Credits
This course covers planning, organization, scheduling, and control of construction projects. The components of construction project planning are examined. Students are exposed to and gain practice in using the Critical Path Method (CPM) in scheduling, Monte Carlo risk analysis and monitoring the progress of construction projects. Cost control and resource allocation/resource management are explored.
PROF-798
3 Credits
Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of faculty.
CVET-462
3 Credits
An introduction to construction management. Project administrative roles and relationships among the various project team participants are explored. Topics include specifics of construction project start-up including procurement, project buyout, and job site layout and control. Subcontracts and relationship with subcontractors are explored. Construction related documentation including contract documents, submittals, information requests, change orders, progress payments, bonds, insurances, and project closeout is discussed. Safety, quality, and project closeout are also covered.

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