Department of Construction and Management & Quantity Surveying

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Programme: Construction Management and Quantity Surveying

The Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying is focused on providing vocational – focused programmes which incorporates a high level of academic theory and knowledge.

Responsibilities

Construction Management and Quantity Surveying graduates are developed into industry professionals that possess sound knowledge of construction, economics, business law, computers, good communication and literary skills. They are skilled with thorough technical understanding of design forms and construction processes, including procurement and management skills.

Career Opportunities

Employment opportunities that exist within the field of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying:

​ Construction Management and Quantity Surveying

  • ​Architect
  • Architectural Technologist
  • Bench Joiner
  • Bricklayer
  • Building Surveyor
  • Building Technician
  • Carpenter and Joiner
  • Civil Engineer
  • Civil Engineering Technician
  • Construction Planner
  • Design Technician
  • Estimator
  • Formworker
  • General Construction
  • Land Surveyor
  • Painter and Decorator
  • Plant Mechanic
  • Plant Operator
  • Plant Technician
  • Plasterer
  • Project Manager
  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Shopfitter
  • Site Inspector
  • Site Technician
  • Structural Engineer
  • Town Planner
  • Urban Designer
  • Wall and Floor Tiler
  • Wood Mechanist

Head of Department: Dr Molusiwa Ramabodu

molusiwar@uj.ac.za

Programmes​

FEBE Undergraduate Brochure

The Centre of Applied Research and Innovation in the Built Environment

The Centre of Applied Research and Innovation in the Built Environment (CARINBE) is set up within the School of Civil Engineering and Built Environment (SCEBE), under the governance rules and structures of the University of Johannesburg (UJ). The custodian of the Centre is the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment (FEBE). The Centre is situated on the Doornfontein Campus within the Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying. The CARINBE’S strategic intent is to become an internationally recognized think-tank, established to provide credible information to the built environment industry which is supported by robust scientific research. Learn more here.