As a project manager, you will want to keep up with the constantly changing industry practices and compensation. In this course we will give you the results of surveys so that you will know what’s happening in the industry and how your firm compares to your competition. You’ll get project manager staffing levels, net revenues per project manager ratio, and direct labor hours per project manager ratio. We’ll cover senior project manager and junior project manager compensation. You’ll also get project manager time charges, design firm billing rates, contract forms and terms, design fees as a percentage of construction costs, direct project expense, and a section on electronic data processing.
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
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At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
Define staffing levels, net revenues ratio, and labor hours.
Describe project manager compensation.
Identify time charges, billing rates, and contracts.
Discuss design fees, project expenses, and electronic data.