Department of Construction Technology and Management - courses

Head of Department: Levente Mályusz PhD
Homepage: www.ekt.bme.hu

Courses given by the Department
(Most of the courses given in Hungarian, otherwise shown behind course' name.)

Mandatory

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKA501
Head of course: Sándor Greskovics invited lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The goal of the subject is to present basic information on the technologies and organization of construction work, with special respect on construction activities of sub and superstructures. Considering the character of the subject both theoretical and practical knowledge is essential, therefore besides the lectures the site visits play emphasized role as well.
Main topics:
The construction process. Phases and participants of the construction process (roles, responsibilities, connections, etc.).
Technical preparation and controlling of the construction. Handover – take-over of the building (reviewing the constructions – quality and quantity – and the plans)
Introduction to construction technologies, conditions, requirements. Aspects of selecting the technology. Sequence of construction works (the follow-up of processes).
Main equipment of construction (earthwork, foundation work, construction of loadbearing structures, etc.) Material supply on site – to the site.
Informations about the construction site. Construction site planning.
Time scheduling. Types, realations. List of operations, survey for quantities, labour schedule, plant schedule, material schedule.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:54
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKT601
Head of course: Zoltán Rostás dept. teacher
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the investment process from emerging the idea through tendering until the hand-over and use. It shows the role and tasks of an architect in different phases of a construction process. It gives an introduction of real estate investment, basics of project management. The relationship between costs, time and quality: scheduling, planning and estimating and the procurement methods are revealed. There are case studies in the field of construction projects, their preparation and performance, planning, organising leading and commanding of works.
 Main topics:
Building project management
Participants of the construction
Start-up of the construction project - architectural competition
Tendering and contracting
Scheduling, networks
Cost estimation
Post occupancy evaluation


BMEEPEKK601 (4 cr - 2 theory+2 practice) is obligatory for BSc Students, elective for MSc Students. BMEEPEKT601 (2 cr - 2 theory) is obligatory for MSc Students. BMEEPEKK602 (2 cr - 2 practice) is elective for MSc students and can be done in the same time/after BMEEPEKT601.
It is not allowed to do both BMEEPEKT601(+K602) and BMEEPEKK601.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:57
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKK601
Head of course: Zoltán Rostás dept. teacher
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the investment process from emerging the idea through tendering until the hand-over and use. It shows the role and tasks of an architect in different phases of a construction process. It gives an introduction of real estate investment, basics of project management. The relationship between costs, time and quality: scheduling, planning and estimating and the procurement methods are revealed. There are case studies in the field of construction projects, their preparation and performance, planning, organising leading and commanding of works.
 Main topics:
Building project management
Participants of the construction
Start-up of the construction project - architectural competition
Tendering and contracting
Scheduling, networks
Cost estimation
Post occupancy evaluation


BMEEPEKK601 (4 cr - 2 theory+2 practice) is obligatory for BSc Students, elective for MSc Students. BMEEPEKT601 (2 cr - 2 theory) is obligatory for MSc Students. BMEEPEKK602 (2 cr - 2 practice) is elective for MSc students and can be done in the same time/after BMEEPEKT601.
It is not allowed to do both BMEEPEKT601(+K602) and BMEEPEKK601.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:55
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKS711
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:


The Students' task is to develop the architectural- and supplementary specialist plans, drawings and studies of a small-scale building.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:56
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKA701
Head of course: Róbert Klujber dept. teacher
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
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The goal of the subject is to present information on the planning of elementary construction technologies related to superstructures and finishing work.
The subject introduces how to apply recent innovations of building technologies during design and realisation. It gives a basic knowledge to evaluate construction options and make appropriate decisions about technology. There are case studies of building technologies used in construction of loadbearing structures, finishing and cladding works.
The practical part contains workshops on planning of construction technologies: connection of structures and technologies, volume calculation, resource estimation, scheduling antd construction site planning.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:54
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKK801
Head of course: György Wiesner invited lecturer
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
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Subject obligatory for BSc degree - The goal of the subject is to present information on the controlling process of the whole construction activity and the applied technologies involving the legal environment, the quality management, the quality survey, the work safety and the fire protection. Site and company visits are integrated in the theoretical lectures.
Main topics:
Regulations concerning to the construction
Building permission/building consent
Quality in construcion, Fire protection
Dry construction systems
The work of the quality surveyor
Health and safety during building construction
Controlling activities in Construction Projects
 

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:55
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKA801
Head of course: Zoltán Rostás dept. teacher
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Aim: investigate the economic side of a real estate development emphasizing the Social cost and benefit of development.
This module concentrates economical computation models, theories dealing with real estate valuation. There is a homework concerning with calculation, valuation of a real estate development. Successful submission is required for the module acceptance. Written exam as indicated, minimum pass grade required. Two corrections are allowed. 
Following main topics are discussed: construction cost, estimates, time value of money, building life cycle cost , measuring the worth of real estate investments. 
 

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:55
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKBD01
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 12
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 12
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This subject is the second part os the BSc Students' Diploma work. Architectural- and supplementary specialist plans, drawings and studies are developed to the level requested for permits, partly to construction plans.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-30 03:11
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKB801
Head of course: Dr. Sándor Bankó
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The subject introduces the legal environment of construction projects: contracts, building permit, permission of use, etc..

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-30 03:11
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKS811
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
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The Students' task is to develop the architectural- and supplementary specialist plans, drawings and studies of a building (arbitrary chosen function and location) to the level requested for permits.
This subject is not available in English.

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2015-03-18 12:56
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKO901
Head of course: Dr. Sándor Bankó
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The subject introduces the legal environment of construction projects: contracts, building permit, permission of use, etc..

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:56
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKS999
Head of course: István János Vidovszky PhD associate professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
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The Global exam tests the Student's knowledge on Construction Management subjects 1-4.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:57
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM1I1
Head of course: Levente Mályusz PhD associate professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the basic knowledge of real-estate assessment, the process of real-estate development. There are case studies in the field of real-estate developments, both Hungarian and foreign projects. Individual task: planning of an RE development project.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-04 16:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM1IX
Head of course: Péter Wagner DLA professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-04 16:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM1I2
Head of course: Péter Wagner DLA professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-04 16:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM1I3
Head of course: Tamás Kőnig DLA invited lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-04 16:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM2IX
Head of course: Péter Wagner DLA professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-01-29 02:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM2I2
Head of course: Levente Mályusz PhD associate professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-01-29 02:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM2I3
Head of course: Tamás Kőnig DLA invited lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-01-29 02:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0634
Head of course: Péter Wagner DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the management aspects of refurbishing of buildings, with the help of case studies of realised projects and guest lecturers.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:59
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKS901
Head of course: István János Vidovszky PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The course’s aim is to give up-to-date information on different special fields of construction in three blocks. In the first block the construction technologies of special, sub- and superstructures are shown, involving topics like metro tunnels, metro stations, special slurry walls, special reinforced concrete superstructures and formwork systems. In the second block traditional and modern materials and technologies are presented regarding to eco- and green architecture, like construction technologies of the passive buildings, or green facades. In the third block students get information on the application of traditional construction technologies, restoration methods and the maintenance of monuments and historic buildings. Besides the theoretical lecturers many site visits are organized to present the practical aspects of the subject as well.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-04 16:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKA580
Head of course: Levente Mályusz PhD associate professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Link to department's website:


This subject's aim to confirm the building construction technical training of the students. This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:54
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0633
Head of course: Dr. István Hajnal assistant lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The goal of the subject is to present theory of Facility Management, introduction of Cost Efficiency concepts. Based on case studies and several site visits on commercial properties, list of managerial tasks will be indentified and explained as registration, maintenance, crisis management and others. The course also will cover related subjects as Workspace Planning and CAFM (Computer Aided Facility Management).
 

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:59
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM2I9
Head of course: Levente Mályusz PhD associate professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-02-01 12:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKM2I1
Head of course: Péter Wagner DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 1
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-02-03 01:34

Optional

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKB722
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:


The subject is the first part of the BSc Students' diploma work. During the semester preparation works of the planning are done: preliminary- and detailed brief, outline proposal, scheme design plans are made.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-29 20:08
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKS911
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:


The subject continues the planning process started in Comprehensive Design 2S. The Students develop the plans to the construction (detailed drawings) level.
This subject is not available in English.

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2015-03-18 12:57
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEKSD01
Head of course: Balázs Tőkés assistant research fellow
Credit: 30
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 30
Link to department's website:


The Students develop architectural- and supplementary specialist plans, drawings and studies starting with  preparation works of the planning (preliminary- and detailed brief, outline proposal, scheme design) to the level requested for permits, partly to construction plans. Students can select their projects (function, location).
This subject is not available in English.

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2015-03-18 12:56
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK5008
Head of course: László Neszmélyi invited lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-02-05 14:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0635
Head of course: István János Vidovszky PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2016-01-29 02:34

Elective

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0627
Head of course: Zoltán Rostás dept. teacher
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the theoretical background and methodology of architectural programming (briefing).
This subject is not available in English.

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2015-03-18 12:58
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0640
Head of course: Dr. István Hajnal assistant lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 1
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the properties of the real-estate market, theoretical and practical use of valuation.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:59
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0628
Head of course: Levente Mályusz PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


This subject concentrates on economical computation models connected to preparation and financing of real-estate investments.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:38
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0629
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:38
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0630
Head of course: Róbert Klujber dept. teacher
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject's aim is to introduce the connections between construction technologies and construction processes.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:38
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPEK0626
Head of course: Dr. István Hajnal assistant lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 1
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:


The subject introduces the process of real-estate development, starting with the decision-supporting analyses, localisation, along with legal tasks, real-estate market, ending with facility management.
This subject is not available in English.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-03-18 12:58

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