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Specifications and Technical Writing for Construction Professionals

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CMGT 4041W

Credits
3
Delivery Method
In person
Cost
Tuition | Fees
Terms
Resources

About This Course

Develop/enhance appropriate oral/written communication necessary for use in the construction process from planning phase through contract closeout. Develop construction-specific practical applications to facilitate the process and avoid common pitfalls.

Instructor

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Peter Hilger
Faculty Director and Instructor

MA, Architecture, University of Oregon; BS, Architecture, Georgia Tech

Peter Hilger manages the development of the Construction Management curriculum. An architect by training, a builder by passion, and a teacher at heart, Peter has served the program since 1997. He is a recipient of the CCAPS Distinguished Educator Award and the Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award. A practicing architect and construction manager since 1983, and a business owner since 1991, Peter believes in “constructive creativity.” He also does consulting on development planning, zoning approvals, and expert testimony in his firm, Rylaur, LLC. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects.

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