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Subjects covered in this section focus on project management specific to the needs of the construction and engineering industry, and the software industry.
This page focuses on the unique challenges of construction management and the tools and processes needed to deliver major projects on time, on budget and to the satisfaction of stakeholders.
Modelling (BIM) [PMKI-ITC-011.php]
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an intelligent 4D+ model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
Engineering Case Studies [PMKI-ITC-012.php]
This page holds a number of case studies and conference papers looking at the real-world challenges of time management and risk management on major projects.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. Links are provided to a range of CIOB resources.
Dispute management in
Disputes in the construction and engineering industries are common and often involve large amount so money. This page looks at dispute management from the perspective that preventing disputes is better than resolving disputes. But when a dispute arises you need to know how to respond effectively.
Casewatch - construction
law reports [PMKI-ITC-015.php]
Casewatch publications are topical reports on recent court cases in the construction, development and project industries.
Claims and Forensic
Many projects end up in various forms of dispute over time, money quality and/or scope. This subject looks at the causes of project failure and how to manage disputes when they arise.
Software and IT projects
This subject looks at the aspects of project controls and management specific to the ICT industries.
Product Development &
The product life cycle and the maintenance of facilities start with a project (or program), use project’s for significant upgrades and frequently need a project to deal with the challenges of shutdown and disposal. This subject looks at the overlap and the differences between product management, maintenance management and project management.