Construction managers work on construction projects. They make a plan about budgets, time and methods. They supervise projects. They work with clients, architects, engineers and other construction specialists.
• Prepare construction schedule, contract, budget, and reports.
• Select construction methods.
• Meet with owners, contractors, and other people work for the projects.
• Explain contract and plans.
• Solve problems.
• Inspect or review Projects.
Where and When:
• Most work out of a field office at the construction site.
• Most work full time. Also can be on call 24 hours a day.
What or Who They Work With:
• Construction workers
• Building and safety codes
• Buildings and construction sites
Education and Training:
• Bachelor's degree in construction science, construction management, architecture or engineering.
Architectural and Engineeing Managers
Appraisers of Real Estate
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IGGY PECK, ARCHITECT by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts
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MACHINES AT WORK BOARD BOOK by Byron Barton
A KID'S GUIDE TO BUILDING FORTS
SKYSCRAPERS!: SUPER STRUCTURES TO DESIGN & BUILD by Carl A. Johmann and Michael P. Kline
THE ART OF CONSTRUCTION: PROJECTS AND PRINCIPLES FOR BEGINNING ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS by Mario Salvadori