In construction projects of all sizes, each phase carries equal importance. However, getting things off to the strongest possible start can and will influence everything that happens thereafter. It’s the decisions made during these early stages that will determine if the project succeeds and to what extent. Initial investigations and considerations must be afforded total priority for as long as necessary, to ensure the right decisions are made. In many contexts, it is often said that location is everything. In construction management, quite simply nothing matters more than these initial location considerations.
Explore the functions, the mechanics and the importance of strategic preliminary investigations with this targeted tutorial. Learn how to select locations in accordance with building types, zoning, topographical considerations and key climactic issues. Study a breakdown of the professional environmental impact study (EIS), how to work with geological/topographical data, site hydrology and factors that may affect exploration of potential sites..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|