Specialisation

4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering (4TU)

Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects in the building industry.

Focus in Delft

At TUD, the programme focuses on two aspects: 1) process and system innovation in the building industry in general and 2) the ‘Integral Design Concept’, which has been developed within the Infrastructure Design and Management section within the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. There are six main research areas within this: stakeholder participation, tendering and outsourcing, supply chain integration, value creation, dynamic life cycle support and asset management. Topics that are characteristic of TUD include the Asset management, Project Management and Legal & Finance.

Focus in Eindhoven

At TU/e, the specialisation in CME consists of ‘Construction Management & Urban Development’ (CMUD). The CMUD specialisation is scientifically oriented, focusing on the societal and scientific analysis of real-world problems that involve the combination of two scientific domains: urban development & management and innovation sciences. The CMUD specialisation is strongly related to the research activities of staff members and PhD candidates. Education and research are supported by two major departments: Built Environment, and Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. Courses that are characteristic of TU/e include the following: Urban Research Methods, Technological Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Built environment and smart mobility, and Smart Urban Environments.

Focus in Twente

At the University of Twente, the 4TU Master’s programme in CME focuses on the management of the design and construction process in the construction industry (buildings and infrastructure. Students gain thorough knowledge of both the engineering and organizational aspects of this intricate process. This combination is essential to mastering current practices in complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in dynamic environments.

The UT approach centres on the market and organizational environment and the organization of the construction industry and the management of the various stages of the design and building process. Keywords at UT include: cooperation through the entire lifecycle, helicopter view, stakeholder approach and engaged scholarship. The emphasis is on designing, managing and organizing the design and building process. Courses that are characteristic of UT include the following: Markets, Organisation & Innovation, Procurement Strategies and Tendering, Supply Chain Management and ICT and Industrialisation & Innovation in Construction.

The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering (4TU)

Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects in the building industry.

Focus in Delft

At TUD, the programme focuses on two aspects: 1) process and system innovation in the building industry in general and 2) the ‘Integral Design Concept’, which has been developed within the Infrastructure Design and Management section within the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. There are six main research areas within this: stakeholder participation, tendering and outsourcing, supply chain integration, value creation, dynamic life cycle support and asset management. Topics that are characteristic of TUD include the Asset management, Project Management and Legal & Finance.

Focus in Eindhoven

At TU/e, the specialisation in CME consists of ‘Construction Management & Urban Development’ (CMUD). The CMUD specialisation is scientifically oriented, focusing on the societal and scientific analysis of real-world problems that involve the combination of two scientific domains: urban development & management and innovation sciences. The CMUD specialisation is strongly related to the research activities of staff members and PhD candidates. Education and research are supported by two major departments: Built Environment, and Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. Courses that are characteristic of TU/e include the following: Urban Research Methods, Technological Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Built environment and smart mobility, and Smart Urban Environments.

Focus in Twente

At the University of Twente, the 4TU Master’s programme in CME focuses on the management of the design and construction process in the construction industry (buildings and infrastructure. Students gain thorough knowledge of both the engineering and organizational aspects of this intricate process. This combination is essential to mastering current practices in complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in dynamic environments.

The UT approach centres on the market and organizational environment and the organization of the construction industry and the management of the various stages of the design and building process. Keywords at UT include: cooperation through the entire lifecycle, helicopter view, stakeholder approach and engaged scholarship. The emphasis is on designing, managing and organizing the design and building process. Courses that are characteristic of UT include the following: Markets, Organisation & Innovation, Procurement Strategies and Tendering, Supply Chain Management and ICT and Industrialisation & Innovation in Construction.

Specialisation

The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering (4TU)

Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects in the building industry.

Focus in Delft

At TUD, the programme focuses on two aspects: 1) process and system innovation in the building industry in general and 2) the ‘Integral Design Concept’, which has been developed within the Infrastructure Design and Management section within the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. There are six main research areas within this: stakeholder participation, tendering and outsourcing, supply chain integration, value creation, dynamic life cycle support and asset management. Topics that are characteristic of TUD include the Asset management, Project Management and Legal & Finance.

Focus in Eindhoven

At TU/e, the specialisation in CME consists of ‘Construction Management & Urban Development’ (CMUD). The CMUD specialisation is scientifically oriented, focusing on the societal and scientific analysis of real-world problems that involve the combination of two scientific domains: urban development & management and innovation sciences. The CMUD specialisation is strongly related to the research activities of staff members and PhD candidates. Education and research are supported by two major departments: Built Environment, and Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. Courses that are characteristic of TU/e include the following: Urban Research Methods, Technological Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Built environment and smart mobility, and Smart Urban Environments.

Focus in Twente

At the University of Twente, the 4TU Master’s programme in CME focuses on the management of the design and construction process in the construction industry (buildings and infrastructure. Students gain thorough knowledge of both the engineering and organizational aspects of this intricate process. This combination is essential to mastering current practices in complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in dynamic environments.

The UT approach centres on the market and organizational environment and the organization of the construction industry and the management of the various stages of the design and building process. Keywords at UT include: cooperation through the entire lifecycle, helicopter view, stakeholder approach and engaged scholarship. The emphasis is on designing, managing and organizing the design and building process. Courses that are characteristic of UT include the following: Markets, Organisation & Innovation, Procurement Strategies and Tendering, Supply Chain Management and ICT and Industrialisation & Innovation in Construction.

The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering (4TU)

Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects in the building industry.

Focus in Delft

At TUD, the programme focuses on two aspects: 1) process and system innovation in the building industry in general and 2) the ‘Integral Design Concept’, which has been developed within the Infrastructure Design and Management section within the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. There are six main research areas within this: stakeholder participation, tendering and outsourcing, supply chain integration, value creation, dynamic life cycle support and asset management. Topics that are characteristic of TUD include the Asset management, Project Management and Legal & Finance.

Focus in Eindhoven

At TU/e, the specialisation in CME consists of ‘Construction Management & Urban Development’ (CMUD). The CMUD specialisation is scientifically oriented, focusing on the societal and scientific analysis of real-world problems that involve the combination of two scientific domains: urban development & management and innovation sciences. The CMUD specialisation is strongly related to the research activities of staff members and PhD candidates. Education and research are supported by two major departments: Built Environment, and Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. Courses that are characteristic of TU/e include the following: Urban Research Methods, Technological Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Built environment and smart mobility, and Smart Urban Environments.

Focus in Twente

At the University of Twente, the 4TU Master’s programme in CME focuses on the management of the design and construction process in the construction industry (buildings and infrastructure. Students gain thorough knowledge of both the engineering and organizational aspects of this intricate process. This combination is essential to mastering current practices in complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in dynamic environments.

The UT approach centres on the market and organizational environment and the organization of the construction industry and the management of the various stages of the design and building process. Keywords at UT include: cooperation through the entire lifecycle, helicopter view, stakeholder approach and engaged scholarship. The emphasis is on designing, managing and organizing the design and building process. Courses that are characteristic of UT include the following: Markets, Organisation & Innovation, Procurement Strategies and Tendering, Supply Chain Management and ICT and Industrialisation & Innovation in Construction.