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Construction Engineering (CON_E)

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252 Construction Administration and Documentation 2 Course Prerequisite: CST M 254; MATH 172; certified major in Construction Engineering. Administrative procedures found within a heavy/civil construction project and respective documentation.

252 (Effective through Summer 2018) Construction Administration and Documentation 4 (3-2) Course Prerequisite: CST M 254; MATH 172; certified major in Construction Engineering. Administrative procedures found within a heavy/civil construction project and respective documentation.

351 Delivery Systems 2 Course Prerequisite: CON E 252; certified major in Construction Engineering. Exploration of the different project delivery systems used by contracting parties in heavy civil construction and their impact on the design and construction/management process.

360 Heavy Construction Estimating I 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: CON E 252 or concurrent enrollment; certified major in Construction Engineering. Fundamentals of heavy civil estimating with emphasis on plan reading, specification reading, and quantity takeoff.

361 Heavy Construction Estimating II 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: CON E 360; certified major in Construction Engineering. Basics of scoping, takeoff, costing, pricing, and bidding actual projects live alongside real contractors.

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