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Grad school recommendation

lottie576

My primary interest is post graduate degree with focus on construction management/BIM.  It would be nice if the department has good foundation for materials/fabrication and history/theory. Could anyone give a good list? (Ivy/non Ivy/even non US)

Thanks in advance!

 
Oct 11, 17 12:34 pm
senjohnblutarsky

Virginia Tech has a Building Construction program in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.

http://www.bc.vt.edu/graduate-...

Not saying you should go there.  Just that the program seems to be in the vein of what you're after.

Oct 11, 17 1:00 pm
Non Sequitur

Take a quick 2y tech diploma course in whatever local college closest to you.  You won't get much CM or BIM training in academia.

Oct 11, 17 1:01 pm
randomised

TU Delft, just combine building technology with building management and Bob's your uncle...very practical.

Oct 12, 17 2:57 am

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