Study and Teaching

Construction Technologies and Management I (BB1)

Bachelor study in the summer semester

Learning Outcomes

The students …

  • will be able to differentiate the main features of the structures of construction project organizations
  • understand the basic functions of construction contracts
  • gain an insight into building construction and earthworks methods
  • gain an insight into the functions of work preparation and are able to prepare basically time schedules as well as construction site layouts
  • will be able to calculate the costs of construction work and fix the tender prices basically
  • understand the principles of BIM

Study Content

  • Introduction into construction project organisation
  • Fundamentals of construction contracts
  • Fundamentals of earthworks and building construction methods
  • Fundamentals in work preparation (construction site layout, time scheduling)
  • Introduction into BIM
  • Fundamentals of cost estimation and pricing in construction

Requirements for participation


Can be studied in the following degree programs

  • Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering and Geodesy (examination regulations 2021), engineering scientific mandatory area
  • Bachelor of Science Environmental Engineering (examination regulations 2021), engineering scientific mandatory area
  • Bachelor of Science Business Administration/Industrial Engineering – specialising in Civil Engineering (examination regulations 2021)
    • Profile Bauprojektmanagement, mandatory area
    • Profile Ver- und Entsorgungsmanagement, compulsory elective area widthProfile Immobilienbewertung und -entwicklung, mandatory area
    • Profile Technisches Immobilienmanagement, compulsory elective area width
    • Profile Planung, Entwurf und Betrieb von Verkehrssystemen, compulsory elective area width
    • Profile Digitales Bau- und Umweltinformationsmanagement, compulsory elective area width
  • Bachelor of Science Computational Engineering (examination regulations 2014), specialization Civil and Environmental Engineering, compulsory elective area