In construction management, project management techniques are applied for successful planning, design, and construction of a project, from its beginning to its end.
BMU has a unique curriculum that revolves around the knowledge and skills required for the specializations. BIM (Building Information Modelling), a part of the curriculum is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction professionals the insight and tools to plan, design, construct, and manage infrastructure more efficiently. Moreover, BMU has multiple collaborations such as Imperial College London, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft at global level and with CBRI at country level which helps student to develop an understanding of recent advancements and developments.
A Construction manager directs and monitors the progress of construction activities, at times through other construction supervisors.
Construction managers regularly review engineering and architectural drawings and specifications to monitor progress and ensure compliance with plans and schedules. They track and control construction costs against the project budget to avoid cost overruns. They meet regularly with owners, engineers, architects, trade contractors, business specialists, accountants and others to monitor and coordinate all phases of a construction project.
- Construction Manager
- Planning Engineer
- Quality Control Engineer
- Project Manager
- Planning consultant
- Site Engineer
Nearly all civil engineering companies require workforce with efficient management skills. Some of these include: AECOM, Gammon Infrastructure Projects Ltd., LANCO Group, Nagarjuna Construction company, Tata Projects Ltd., Continental Construction Corp. Ltd., GVK Group, L&T Engineering & Construction Division, Hindustan Construction Company (HCC), GMR, Jaypee Group
Smart Cities and Sustainable Development
Smart cities and sustainable development focuses on using innovative technologies as well as modern engineering methods to build smart homes, cities and to ensure sustainable resource management by following the 3R rule of reuse, recycle and replenish.
BMU’s unique curriculum designed for this specialization will enable students to gain conceptual and practical knowledge on urban living, smart cities, resource management, smart building, etc. BMU has multiple collaborations such as Imperial College London, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft at global level and country-level collaborations include Hero Future Energies for Smart Cities which will help student gain exposure at international and national levels.
Building a smart city – A city using IT (AI, automation) and communication technology to share information with citizens and for better governance and management of the cities. Singapore manages cleanliness and traffic with thousands of cameras and sensors.
The city is also focused on building wastewater recycling and rainwater storage systems for sustainable management of resources.
- Design Engineer
- Site Engineer
CRISIL Risk and Infrastructure Solutions Limited, ICRA Management Consulting Private Limited, Tata Consulting Engineers, NJS Engineers India Private Limited, CIVIQ Smart scapes, Tacira, BigBelly, TCS, CISCO, Grow-Smarter, Strawberry Energy, Bright Innovations, Gaia Smart Cities, Arup India, AECOM India, Infosys, KPMG, etc.