ARCH403 Management in Architecture

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Course Code Course Title Weekly Hours* ECTS Weekly Class Schedule
T P
ARCH403 Management in Architecture 1 1 4 Thursday 09:00-11:00
Prerequisite It is a prerequisite to
Lecturer Adnan Zoranic Office Hours / Room / Phone
Wednesday:
9:00-12:00
Friday:
9:00-11:00
A F3.12
E-mail azoranic@ius.edu.ba
Assistant Assistant E-mail
Course Objectives The course will provide students with the sound view of project management, the relationship between project management and architectural design, management and follows up of construction project, way it matters and how to achieve the best practice in the field of management in architecture. It will introduce different project phases and activities necessary for successful project completion. Students will understand the significance of the project management and its relation to design and construction process and the roles of the different participants in the construction project life cycle.
Textbook "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006; Architectural Practice Simplified: A Survival Guide and Checklists for Building Construction and A16Site Improvements as well as Tips on Architecture, Building Design, Construction and Project Management, Gang Chen, 2009
Learning Outcomes After successful  completion of the course, the student will be able to:
  1. Overall project planning,
  2. understand architect's responsibilities in construction industry and the role of Project Manager, his/her duties and responsibilities,
  3. Coordination and control of various project activities form project inception to project completion phase,
  4. develop an appropriate methodology to identify and manage the risk, as well as to get a view on how potential problems between the contracted parties can be resolved,
  5. How to manage a procurement process,
  6. The course will enable students to apply basic management ideas, principles, skills and techniques to their own projects.
Teaching Methods Lectures with examples and class discussionss, individual and team work; in-class activities.
WEEK TOPIC REFERENCE
Week 1 Introduction to Management in Architecture. N/A
Week 2 What is a project and project management? What is a role of Project manager, duties and responsibilities? Purpose of Project Management "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006;
Week 3 Project phases and project life cycle. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006;
Week 4 Project stakeholders. Project management goals and objectives. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 5 Project processes. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 6 Risk management. Bar Chart. Bill of Quantities. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006; Architectural Practice Simplified: A Survival Guide and Checklists for Building Construction and A16Site Improvements as well as Tips on Architecture, Building Design, Construction and Project Management, Gang Chen, 2009
Week 7 Bill of Quantities. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006; Architectural Practice Simplified: A Survival Guide and Checklists for Building Construction and A16Site Improvements as well as Tips on Architecture, Building Design, Construction and Project Management, Gang Chen, 2009
Week 8 Mid-term exam. N/A
Week 9 Clients and Contracts. Managing design development. "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006;
Week 10 Construction documents. Cost estimates. Design budget control. Construction cost control. Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 11 Managing procurement process (design/supervision services). "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 12 Managing procurement process (works). "Project Management for Design Professionals, William G. Ramroth, 2006; Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 13 Project execution: project team management, client management, quality management. Project Management in Construction, Sidney M. Levi, Me Grow Hill Professional;2006;
Week 14 Mid-term submission and presentation. N/A
Week 15 Recapitulation/exam preparation. N/A
Assessment Methods and Criteria Evaluation Tool Quantity Weight Alignment with LOs
Final Exam 1 40
Semester Evaluation Compenents
Mid-term Exam 1 30
Mid-term project 1 20
Activity/Progress 1 10
***     ECTS Credit Calculation     ***
 Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours
Lecture Hours 2 13 26 In-term exams/projects 6 3 18
Home study and work 2 14 28 Final exam 6 4 24
Mid-term project presentation 2 2 4
        Total Workload Hours = 100
*T= Teaching, P= Practice ECTS Credit = 4
Course Academic Quality Assurance: Semester Student Survey Last Update Date: 19/03/2020
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