Construction Management Program
PERS Building, Rear Entrance
Ron Mitchell '92 - Project Manager
Michael Bergevin '93 - Superintendent
Michael Venezia '95 - Superintendent
Bruce Nelson '99 - Superintendent
PERS Mechanical Systems
William Gill '05 - Project Manager
Location: RVR Hall 4026
Hours: M - F 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Closed for lunch 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Construction Management is the management of the fascinating and complex process that results in the built environment -- the roads, bridges, buildings and industrial facilities upon which we all depend. It involves marshaling the resources required -- labor, materials, equipment, time and money -- and translating the work of design professionals such as architects and engineers into tangible things. Managing construction involves organizing a wide variety of skilled workers and specialists and leading them in the implementation of the plan, monitoring progress against baseline objectives, and making adjustments to ensure that the goals originally set forth are achieved. The construction industry needs personnel with the entrepreneur's spirit -- resourceful, imaginative, determined, well-educated problem solvers to accomplish its tasks. Communication skills, business acuity, engineering knowledge, and an understanding of the changing society that the industry serves are essential to success in the profession.
We owe a very special thanks to the Sacramento Construction Management Education Foundation members for their recent activities in support of the CM Program.