Study and Teaching

Construction Technologies and Management III (CTM3)

Master study in the winter semester

Learning Outcomes

The students …

  • have an overview of the architectural and engineering contracts
  • have an overview of the realization of construction projects in accordance with international construction contracts
  • know the constructional aspects as well as the construction contract law related to different specifications
  • are able to execute processes of tendering and work preparation
  • have an overview of the requirements of health and safety on construction sites
  • understand the acceptance and handover procedures
  • know the meaning of claim management
  • are able to define the necessary structures of construction site controlling and use them
  • have thorough knowledge on construction methods for high rise buildings
  • have an overview of the structure and the characteristics of accounting in construction

Study Content

  • Architect and Engineering law
  • International Construction Contracts
  • Claim Management
  • Construction methods: high rise buildings
  • Project Controlling
  • Principles of accounting in construction
  • Principles and methods of Lean Construction
  • Exercises in construction technologies and management according to examples (quotation processing, work preparation, construction site controlling, BIM)

Requirements for participation

Can be studied in the following degree programs

  • Master of Science Bauingenieurwesen – Civil Engineering (examination regulations 2021), subject-related compulsory elective area, basic research module of the research subject Construction Technologies and Management
  • Master of Science Business Administration/Industrial Engineering – specialising in Civil Engineering (examination regulations 2021)
    • Profile Bauprojektmanagement, mandatory area of the research subject Construction Technologies and Management
    • Profile Immobilienbewertung und -entwicklung, compulsory elective area width
  • Master of Science Computational Engineering (examination regulations 2016), III application area Civil and Environmental Engineering, compulsory elective area, research subject Construction Technologies and Management