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Construction Management

by: Mrs. Brianne Jaskolski

Construction Management CE 22000

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Mrs. Brianne Jaskolski
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Brianne Jaskolski on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CE 22000 at Purdue University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see /class/208029/ce-22000-purdue-university in Civil Engineering at Purdue University.


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Date Created: 09/19/15
CE 220 Construction Management Review for Final Exam Fall 2007 CE 220 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM FALL 2007 FINAL EXAM Friday Dec 14 2007 100300pm EE 270 0 TOTAL 100 POINTS Closed book open mind exam Primarily problems short answer questions Covers chapters 1 7 9 14 15 17 The exam is comprehensive Go over homework problems Quizzesa exams I and II and the problems discussed in class Work out problems from the textbook Go over review sheets for exams I and II PROBLEMS only a representative sample Calculation of taxes Scheduling 0 Activitiy on nodeprecedence diagramming 0 Forward pass and backward pass calculations 7 Determination of the critical path 0 Calculation of Float 7 Total Float Free Float Interfering Float Free Float 7 both in case of AOA notation and Precedence Notation 0 Calculation of cash ows 0 Billings at end of month 1 markup expressed as decimal Expenses accrued during month 0 Payment Billings 7 Retainage 0 Overdraft at end of month Expenses incurred to date 7 Payments to date interest expenses to date 0 Practice drawing the billings expenses payments and overdraft pro le Figure 4 0 Calculation of cap rate 0 Based on interest rate of lender mortage level aasumed by lender developer s planned rate of return developer s proportion of funding 0 Calculation of depreciation using 0 Straight line depreciation 7 depreciation amount remains the same every year 0 Declining balance 7 rate of depreciation remains the same every year 0 Sum of years digits 7 Add up 5 year 7 1 2 3 4 5 0 Production or use 7 based on number of hours the piece of equipment is in use 0 MACRS 0 Productivity calculations 0 Volume calculations 7 between bank loose compacted 0 Bank volume 1 swell as decimal loose volume CE 220 Construction Management Review for Final Exam Fall 2007 0 Compactedlshrinkage as decimal bank Calculation of RR and GR 0 GR grade 20 weight in tons on wheels 0 RR Use information from table provided or the rule of thumb 7 40 30 inch of penetration wt on wheels Power required RR GR Power available 7 calculate equivalent grade use Figure 105 Usable power coefficient of traction weight on drivers Balance point calculations similar to problem 109 problem worked out in textbook 7 pg 196 7 200 0 Calculation of average hourly cost of construction worker to a contractor Fringes based on ST hours Vacaction portion of fringe 7 deferred income subject to FICA used in unemployment insurance calculations FICA unemployment based on total gross pay plus deferred vacation fringe Higher coverages of PL PD multiply basic rate by factors SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS JUST A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE 0 Description of terms Examples performance bond jurisdictional disputes addenda oor of mortgage etc 0 Differentiate between Examples lumpsum vs unit price contracts usable power vs available power 0 List and describe Examples Types of contracts Types of estimates types of boycotts 0 Important Labor Legislation and their impacts on the construction industry chapter 14 Examples DavisBacon Act TaftHartley Act Fair Labor Standards Act


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