CM 37500

Mechanical And Electrical Construction Management II

Credit Hours: 3.00.  This course will focus on an in-depth investigation of the elements of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) construction on real-world projects. The student will be involved in investigating the equipment and components for the MEP systems and selecting the optimum project delivery method. Estimating will include topics such as solar arrays, EV charging, electrical vehicle charging station projects, smart grids, and energy conservative strategies and equipment. Cost saving strategies will also be examined for MEP system installations utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM), pre-fabrication, and value engineering. 

This course is offered by the School of Construction Management Technology