Jeffrey Joseph Hoffman: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2020

NameHerr Jeffrey Joseph Hoffman
Inst. Bau-&Infrastrukturmanagement
ETH Zürich, HIL F 22.3
Stefano-Franscini-Platz 5
8093 Zürich
DepartementBau, Umwelt und Geomatik

101-0517-01LProject Management: Pre-Tender to Contract Execution4 KP2GJ. J. Hoffman
KurzbeschreibungThis course (PM 2)will provide a comprehensive overview and understanding of the techniques, processes, tools and terminology to manage the Project Triangle (time, cost, quality) and to organize, analyze, control and report a complex project from Pre-Tender stage to Contract signature and Notice to Proceed. This course is part 2 of a 3 part course, see notice below.
LernzielUpon successful completion of this course students will have the understanding of the Project Management duties and responsibilities from the Pre-Tender stage of a project to Contract Execution.
Inhalt- Project scope definition and project organization
- Technical specification proposals
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Estimating
- Schedule development
- Interface management
- Resource and cost integration
- Risk and opportunity identification and quantification
- Contract review and analysis
- Project life cycle
- Contract Execution - Project Manager Check List
SkriptThe slides will either be distributed at the beginning of the class, or made available online (via Moodle) prior to class. A copy of the appropriate chapter of the script, the assignment and any other assigned reading materials will be available via Moodle.
LiteraturAppropriate reading material (e.g., chapters out of certain textbooks or trade articles) will be assigned when necessary and made available via Moodle.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThis is part 2 of a 3 part course. Part 1 will give the student an introduction to general tools in project management. Part 3 will take the student through Project Execution of the Project.

The students will be randomly assigned to teams of 4 max. Students will be graded as a team based on the final Project report and the in-class oral presentation of the Project Proposal as well as a final exam (50% exam and 50% project report and presentation). Homework will not be graded but your final report and presentation will consist mostly of your homework assignments consolidated and put in a report and presentation format.