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Project Management on Site


The requirements for those responsible on a construction site are complex: The construction project, including supplier management, must be completed, contractual and legal regulations must be complied with and, in addition, they are burdened with a legal responsibility with regard to occupational health and safety. Given the large number of challenges, professional construction site management is essential for successful project completion.

This training provides participants with sound project management know-how and its direct application in construction site management. Practical examples and group discussions round off the training.


  • Challenges in project management, requirements for construction site management
  • Definition and characteristics of a construction site
  • Processes on the construction site (opening and handover of the construction site, completion of the construction site, handover to the customer)
  • Interfaces between project, construction site and trades as well as typically occurring problems
  • Construction site planning (performance, deadlines, resources, costs, organization)
  • Dealing with changes in performance (supplement, addition, direction)
  • Planning of construction site facilities (logistics, storage space and infrastructure)
  • Construction site regulations and site safety (safety and health protection)
  • Risk management on the construction site
  • Construction site communication and coordination (in-house and external personnel and subcontractors)
  • Construction site controlling and reporting (internal and external)
  • Relevant stakeholders for the construction site
  • Customer acceptance and site closure
  • Career and training of site managers

Target Group

  • Site Manager
  • Section Construction Manager
  • Construction Manager
  • Assembly and Commissioning Manager



2 days as in-house training or 4 x 0.5 days as online training