Construction Management Schools & Training for Construction Management and Project Management
Turnkey Construction Management
Institute Inc, is a vocational school offering certified courses
in Construction Management, Construction Estimating and
Construction Project Management
Management Institute (TCMI) operates two construction management
schools, dedicated to teaching you how to use your existing
construction skills, and apply them towards the exciting field of
construction project management, construction estimator, and/or
construction superintendent. For your convenience, we offer on-campus
and distant learning vocational courses.
To unlock your future and start
your new career today, please visit our campus
Construction Management Vocational School website here >
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brought to you by the #1 Construction
Management Schools in California:
Turnkey Construction Management Institute, Inc.
20980 Redwood Road, Suite 205,
Castro Valley, CA 94546
Local Phone: (510) 537-2338
Fax: (510) 537-3565
Ideal location for students from: San
Francisco and Alameda Counties. Located just 15 minutes from Oakland
International Airport, students from as far as Samoa, Europe and
Africa have attended the Turnkey Construction Institute. All
Nationalities are welcome and we offer special hotel pricing and
assistance for students outside the area.
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this exciting career field
"Construction Management Estimator"
- A construction estimator is one who
accurately forecast the cost of future projects and compiles and
analyzes data of all the factors that can influence construction
costs. These cost include construction materials, construction labor,
construction location, and special machinery requirements.
"Construction Project Manager"
- A construction project
manager is who coordinates and supervises the construction process
from the conceptual development stage through the final construction
phase. They are responsible for coordinating and managing people,
materials, and equipment; budgets, schedules, and contracts; and
safety of employees and the general public.
To prepare you for your new
Construction Management career, you will learn how to use:
- A construction management
- Read both commercial construction
and residential construction Blue Prints.
- Prepare detailed material lists
and "Take Offs" of 13 of the 16 construction divisions.
- All the necessary computer
- And much, much more!"
When you have completed
our construction management courses, we will assist you with your
Presentation Portfolio's, provide Job Listings and brief you on
"smart" interviewing techniques.
So if your ready to hang up the tool belt and learn the skills needed
to move into the office…or if you just need a refresher - contact the
Turnkey Construction Management Institute today! What are you waiting
for contact information.
Who is the TCMI
construction management school for? We provide training for
people (with and without a background in the construction trades) and
prepare you for a position as construction superintendent,
construction project manager, or construction estimator. The objective
is to take your skills, abilities, and years of experience and refine
them in a specific manner which would enable you to return to the
workforce at a management level within the fast-growing &
highly-profitable construction industry.
is required -
and we'll teach you all you need to know
to succeed in your new rewarding career.
Visit our Construction Management school website
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Education / Home Study
Construction Estimator /Project
Manager - 16 Lessons
Total Off-Campus Lessons: 16
• Basic Construction
• Blueprint Reading
• Construction Estimating
• Construction Management
• Project Management –
Critical Path Method (CPM)
• Quantity Survey
• Computer Training
1. Computer Basics
2. Timberline® Precision
Estimating Standard Edition For Windows 95
3. National Construction
The curriculum for our distance education program is a
duplicate of the on campus 16-week Estimator & Project Manager course
that has been taught at the main branch since 1994. The 16-week
program has been divided into 16 lessons. At the completion of each
lesson the course material is either submitted online or via prepaid
envelopes. The material is graded and promptly returned to the
student. Each student is given a number of lessons to complete, so
they may immediately continue on to the next lesson. Instruction is
provided in three ways; first there is a video, which will guide the
student through all sixteen lessons. Next a very specific and detailed
assignment list is given which will describe exactly what is contained
in each lesson and finally a toll free phone number is given so that a
student may call anytime during regular school hours and speak with
one of our friendly and helpful instructors.
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Skills & Responsibilities
* By definition, estimating is "the act of appraising
or valuing the worth of something." In construction , it is the
science of mathematics, the knowledge of materials, and the art of
interpretation of a blueprint. This combination produces an assessment
of a construction project that becomes the bid package, or proposal,
and the basis of the construction contract.
There are two basic prerequisites for anyone wanting
to learn these procedures:
1. A knowledge of reading and measuring blueprints.
2. A knowledge of mathematics.
* The skills
of measurement and pricing of construction work can readily be
acquired by any person of average intelligence and competence who has
reason and motivation to do so.
It should be understood that it is extremely beneficial to be able to
visualize and understand building construction systems and processes
although it is not required.
* Every participating organization on a project has
its project manager. Although the person is sometimes known by
different names, the duties remain the same. Whether in the direct
employ of the owner, the design firm, or the contractor, the project
manager is usually the person responsible for the management of all
phases of the project for his or her organization. The project manager
controls the scheduling, budgeting, and cost control coordination of
construction, letting of contracts for the owner, and is normally the
sole contact with the client as a representative of the contractor.
* The Superintendent is in full charge of all field
projects. When several projects are under construction, he coordinates
all of them, directing the interchange of materials, workers, and
equipment; stimulating progress; and resolving all problems that do
not require the attention of the company manager.
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Construction Management Vocational Schools in California