Construction Project Management Certificate
Approved for 22.5 hours of Real Estate Continuing Education
Our Construction Project Management Certificate (CPM) Program provides the knowledge and skills needed
by todays managers in the construction industry. Our courses enable you to put principles and theories into immediate action on the job.
This course is registered and approved by the AIA for professional continuing education for architects and engineers for HSW credit for license renewal by the New York state licensing board. All class sessions must be attended for CE credit.
Construction Project Management Packages & Registration
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Includes a CPM manual for each Saturday session with supplement updates on construction related issues.
Register for the Basic Package
For those that sign up for this class and Construction Project Management Course at the same time will receive $50 off the total price of the two courses ($800).
Combo Package: $450
Combo Package with Fair Housing (in order to satisfy your 22.5 hours of CE with Fair Housing)
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About The Course
Construction Project Managment (CPM) a/k/a construction management continuing education class had been offered in conjunction with other educational institutions such as: CUNY, Baruch College, CUNY Hostos Community College, Long Island University (LIU), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and Pace University. For most sessions we line up guest speakers (subject to availability) in the construction industry to make a presentation to the class. You will be notified who will be presenting once the classes start. Prior presentations included the following: NYC HPD "Doing Business in NYC"; Women in Construction; including interactive field trips to construction sites or work in progress structures (see prior class photos). The Construction Project Management (CPM) course is approved for HSW and LU's continuing education credits. NJIT had provided 1.5 continuing education credits for the course. New York State (NYS) has approved 22 ½ hours continuing education credits providing individuals such as administrators, architects, bankers, developers, engineers, general contractors, investors, lawyers, project managers, licensed real estate salespersons and brokers with an interest to acquire basic skills and knowledge in the field of construction project management with such topics as the best strategic business entities, general construction methods, contract administration, renovation scheduling and real estate development.
Taking the CPM class will provide you with a core understanding of the essential elements needed to be a
successful general contractor and or construction manager.
- The CPM class provides a comprehensive approach to understand the dynamics of the construction business
structure, how to formulate a reputable company, solve the puzzle as to how to review and prepare for the
business plan, bidding process, understand the RFI, RFQ and RFP procedures.
- The CPM class will provide a practical approach to better understanding how to craft a proposal, purchase
order, boilerplate contracts, custom contracts and the use of AIA contracts. Understanding improve contract
administration and risk management will provide you with an ability to reduce your legal services costs and
make the legal counselors provide you with better contractual language to defend your company from lawsuit or
defaults from clients.
- The CPM class will provide you with better knowledge and tools to develop your project scheduling and
planning protocols and procedure. To monitor your construction labor, materials and profit margins necessary
to be a successful construction manager and business owner.
Topic A: The Business Structure & Risk Management
- I. Type of Business Entities in the Construction Industry
- II. Role and Responsibilities in Construction Management
- III. Construction Insurance Coverage and Surety Bonds
- IV. Mechanic’s Liens and Liquidated Damages or Bonus
Topic B: Plans And Contracts Administration Methods
- V. Concept Design/Build, Proposals and Bidding Process
- VI. Contract Administration Methodology
- VII. Specifications, Scope of Work and Change Orders
- VIII. Construction Permits and Project Supervision
Topic C: Bookkeeping And Record Logistics Administration
- IX. Basic Overview of Cost Estimating Methods
- X. Project Budgeting and Record keeping
- XI. Monitoring of Cost Control and Variance Analysis
- XII. Payment Scheduling, Deliverables & Project Milestones
Topic D: Project Scheduling, LEED And Safety Protocols
- XIII. Construction Work Breakdown Structure & Gantt Chart
- XIV. Overview Of OSHA Compliance and Safety Protocols
- XV. Understanding Green Building Technology and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
- XVI. Punch List and Close – Out Procedures
Topic E: Construction, Renovation or Restoration Field Trip
- XVII. Interactive Field Trip – Site TBA
Who is the instructor?
Salvador Rozenberg, EMBA, R.P.A., CFMA, Licensed Broker
Salvador provides his client’s with services for all business related functions involving real
estate bookkeeping, construction, development, financial reporting and management. Prepares
business/marketing plans, scope of work, reviews bids, supervises renovations and restoration
projects, budgets/financial statements, leasing and leases analysis.
Salvador is a Part-time Adjunct Professor with the CUNY, Pace University and NYREI providing
instruction in construction, property management, landlord tenant law and zoning compliance &
Please feel free to contact Salvador with any questions you might have to email@example.com
The Instructor also teaches the Property Management Certificate Course
Thanks for such an awesome experience at NYREI. You have great knowledge and passion for one of the best industries, that has been an integral part of American Culture.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
NYC High Line in the midst of the Construction Jungle.
I am writing this letter two months after graduating from your program, Construction Project Management. It was indeed a prudent decision I made, given all the courses being offered by other institutions. As a real estate portfolio manager it was difficult managing properties without understanding the construction industry, amid these concerns I seek a course that will illustrate how these companies operate and what is involved in developing a construction project from scratch. One will not become a profession by completing this course but the student will reap out the general ideas of how to elicit information from GC and how to gather information from outside sources. This course helped me receive a 43% raise!!! It is absolutely crucial to use the proper vocabulary when speaking to different trades. Your passion for the industry and dedication to your students is astonishing.
Real Estate Portfolio Manager
I just wanted to write and tell you how much I enjoyed your class and that I learned a tremendous amount. The material was extremely extensive and insightful. I plan to put the knowledge that I gained to very good use in the near future. Thank you again.
Jared M. Wiener,
Associate Broker, Gumley Haft Kleier
Thank you for sharing your knowledge of the construction industry. I really enjoyed your class. Best wishes in all that you do.
VP of Transaction Planning, Reuters, Ltd.
Thank you for the CPM course and for the effort you put into creating the student reference guide. I'm certain to refer to it time and again.
Real Estate - Financial Analyst
I want to thank you for your Construction Project Management course, it was great. As I outlined in my optional course paper regarding your course is really interesting and it creates a basic outline of steps that need to be taken in order to open a construction company. I will definitely use my new acquired knowledge to sharpen my skills within my field as Architect and Interior Designer. I have to say that exactly in the session we reviewed the topics of contract adminstration issues I was doing a project contract between my client and the contractor and your class was really handy at the time. I thank you for this insight. I think your manual/course book is a valuable tool, is an interesting index of trade items that are useful for anybody who is interested in any type of construction endeavor; I will definitely go deeper into any of the chapters that apply more to my profession.
Architetto & Industrial Designer, ORA studio, Inc.
I have found this course to be immensely helpful giving me much greater insight and guidelines to create the foundation of my business. From it I take away a much greater understanding of all of the components for a contract as well as what issues to address to better my understanding and knowledge that is pertinent to dealing with everyone involved in the scope of not just a per project basis but the creation of this company as a whole. This would include lawyers, accountants, insurance companies, designers, architects as well as clients, subcontractors, and anyone else involved in the workings of my business.
The construction handbook cd has been as well very helpful and I have already been going through it and highlighting case studies as well as guidelines that I wish to observe in my construction career.
A final thank you Sal for sharing your passion and inspiration about not only your work and career but the construction and real estate industry as a whole. It is greatly appreciated.
Many thanks for your New York Real Estate Institute course called Construction Project Management.
Your course delivered as promised. For my purpose of continuing my education of construction management I found each class a rewarding experience. The printed course materials you provided were well designed and thorough, the class lectures were clearly delivered and held our interest, the visiting lecturers provided appropriate and topical information, the class trip was a great opportunity for visually grasping the scale of responsibility a construction manager undertakes and the CD you prepared for us of associated course materials was an unexpected resource. So thank you for your thoroughly professional approach to the material and for fulfilling the course description with a wide variety of teaching techniques.
On a more personal level I was impressed by how easily you were able to meld together our class group given the vast differences in backgrounds and levels of expertise in the construction industry. During every class I noted that you reached out to each of us to engage our interest and create a clear connection to the material that was being offered. You were able to provide confidence as well as information to those who most required a bit of encouragement. I know that your patience, kindness and good humor were an important part of the overall learning experience and it was a pleasure to be in your class.
So again thank you for this well delivered continuing education opportunity.
Carmen C. Bithoney,
Restorations and Renovations
I can't thank you enough for the CPM course, and your commitment to excellence and support that gave me the confidence to launch into my current adventures.
Framing to Finish
I wanted to say what a wonderful class you taught in Construction Project Management. If you are able to get other classes created such as Blueprint reading or CADD, please keep me in mind.
CB Richard Ellis
Thank you for everything. I really enjoyed the CPM course and the networking connections I was able to make.
Associate Project Manager
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc
Thank you very much for a wonderful experience taking your CPM course. I learned valuable information that I plan to apply to each of my companies. As a manufacturer, I was particularly interested in learning the viewpoint of my customer base and the responsibilites and tasks they experience each day.
List Of Company Participants
List Of company participants completed The Construction Project Management (CPM) certificate course.
Ann Sachs Tile Stone and Plumbing
Bank of America
Beach Lane Management, Inc
Captal One Bank
Citadel Property Management Corp
City of New York , Department of Citywide Services
City of New York , Health and Hospitals Corporation
City of New York , School Construction Authority
City University of New York , Real Estate Deparment
Computer Associates, Inc
Extell Development Company
Forest City Ratner
Grubb and Ellis Management Services Inc
Hidrock Realty Inc
J.P. Morgan Chase
Kimco Realty Corp
Meridan Development Partners
Metro North Railroad
New Jersey Transit
New York City Transit Authority
Tectonic Engineering and Surveying Inc
Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority
Walter and Samuels
October 2015 - West 37th Street, Concrete Pour For New Hotel
March 2015 - 241 W. 39th Freight Lobby Renovation
February 2015 - Lobby Renovation at 463 7th Av
May 2015 - Broadway Excavation
May 2015 - Hidrock Building Project
May 2014 - Energy Saver Building - Herald Square
October 2014 - Broadway Leather Art and Hines Building
October 2014 - Broadway Leather Art and Hines Building
March 2015 - M.Schoor Building Murial W 38th St, 7th Avenue
May 2014 - Energy Saver Building - Herald Square
February 2014 - Super Bowl Blvd Pavilion
February 2014 - Historic Macy's Building
February 2014 - Hotel Construction Site At W. 36th Street
October 2013 - NYC Highline
May 2013 - 213 W. 35th Street
February 2013 - W. 35 Street Building Construction
October 2012 - Marriott Hotel Suites
May 2012 - Empire State Building Floor Renovation
May 2012 - Hotel W. 36th Street
February 2012 - W.36th Hotel Development Projects
October 2011 - W.34nd Street
May 2011 - Hyatt Hotels on W. 36th Street
February 2011 - W.42nd Street
May 2010 - Bank of America Bldg At 42nd St & 6th Av
11 Times Sq. a/k/a Shark Tank Bldg
Fall 2009 - Hotel Construction Project
May 2009 Restoration Project at 36 W. 34th St.
May 2009 Fairfield Inn Hotel construction at 116 W. 28th St.
February 2009 W.41th St & 8th Ave.
February 2009 NYT Bldg
October 2008 - NYT Bldg
Renzo Piano-NYT Bldg-October 2008
May 2008 - Columbia U - Green Building Technology
May 2008 - Capital One Bank Project Manager presented with a certificate for her lecture for Women In Construction
New York Times Building February 2008
Pace U At BPG - October 2007
Bank of America Building - October 2007
Adolph Otto, Founder of the NYT October 2007
Bank of America Trading Floor - October 2007
HCC, Bronx - May 2007 - Yankee Stadium
Spring 2006 - 7 WTC
Spring 2006 - 7 WTC
Spring 2006 - 7 WTC